Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom passed away on Thursday(9/8/22) at the age of 96 while on holiday in Balmoral after 70 years on the throne. She passed away in the comfort of her Scottish estate, where she had spent the summer, on Thursday afternoon. Since 1952, when Her Majesty the Queen ascended to the throne, she has presided over extraordinary levels of social transformation. Her son, the new King of England, acknowledged her death as a “period of terrible loss” for the family and stated that her death will be “deeply felt” around the globe. He genuinely stated, “There are no words to explain how devastated we are by the loss of such a loving monarch and devoted mother.

Her death will be mourned by people all throughout the world, not just in the United States and the Commonwealth. During the approaching period of mourning, he wrote, his family will be “comforted and strengthened by our sense of the widespread esteem and profound affection with which the Queen was cherished.” King Charles III and his new queen consort Camilla returned to London on Friday(9/9/22), according to Buckingham Palace. Presumably. Senior royals gathered in Balmoral out of worry for the Queen’s health, as expressed by her physicians.

After doctors put the Queen under medical monitoring, she and her children all went to Balmoral, which is not far from Aberdeen. Her grandson and current heir, Prince William, was there, as was his brother, Prince Harry. Newly appointed Prime Minister Liz Truss thanked the Queen on Tuesday, saying that the monarch “gave us with the stability and strength that we needed.” Truss was appointed by the Queen on Tuesday(9/6/22). She made the following remarks regarding the new monarch: “We pledge our undying support to him, just as his mother did for so many years. As Her Majesty would have wanted, we say “God save the King” to mark the end of the second Elizabethan era and the beginning of a new chapter in the glorious history of our great country. The spiritual leader of the Church of England, for which the monarch is the ultimate governor, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, has expressed his “deep regret” at the news.