She was the queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms from the 06th of February 1952 until her death in 2022.
As the first British Sovereign queen, Elizabeth travelled more than 40,000 miles that year, apart from that she visited the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. She also visited 70 cities and towns in 50 Countries in the United Kingdom. The Queen does not have a required British passport as she was issued in the name of Her Majesty. So Queen Elizabeth had accomplished so many things.
When Queen Elizabeth died Sep 08th 2022, it highlighted the end of Britain’s longest governing Sovereign. At the time of her inauguration in 1953, she ruled over seven independent countries, which grew to 32 nations during her 70 years of rule. Therefore Queen Elizabeth took over so many countries.
The Service of Queen Elizabeth to Sri Lanka
Queen Elizabeth visited Ceylon in 1954 and it was a 10-day tour. During this tour, She was treated to an Imperial Parade in Colombo, Then she was taken on the train ride to Kandy and also visited Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Nuwara Eliya.
Again in 1981 to have a look at the construction of the Victoria dam the Queen returned to Sri Lanka which is Sri Lanka’s largest project launched under the “QUEEN’S COMMONWEALTH CANOPY”
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Horse Racing was Queen Elizabeth’s abiding affection. From puppies and ponies to sailing and stamps made she engaged in leisure time honestly. The Queen’s love of horses is illustrious. Queen Elizabeth adored calling her ponies and she kept winning every major race in Britain. Moreover, the Queen enjoyed collecting various kinds of Stamps, always using a camera, and sailing and trawling trips are the best to derive pleasure with her family.
Queen Elizabeth’s Deceased Life
Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 96 (1926- 2022). The queen had been suffering from several health issues such as back pain over the years and knee surgery in the 2000s was reported including the positivity for COVID-19 earlier in the year. Queen’s health issues had been reported during her lifetime. However, she died peacefully at her summer residence at the age of 96 after taking over the UK for 70 years. As soon as she died the crown was shifted to her firstborn son named Charles.
Queen Elizabeth II’s death certificate was revealed on Thursday,29th September. The document, published by National Records of Scotland says the late British monarch died at 3:10 p.m. UK time (10:10 a.m. ET) on September 8 at Balmoral Castle in Ballater, Scotland. The cause of death is listed as old age. The queen’s funeral took place in Westminster Abbey where her inauguration was held six years later. Queen’s State Funeral took place on Monday, September 19. Once Queen Elizabeth clearly illustrated that “GRIEF IS THE PRICE WE PAY FOR LOVE”