Queen Elizabeth II finally surrender to the great truth of death.
The only person in the world who can visit any country without a passport…
British Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor has died at the age of 96 at Balmoral Palace in Scotland…
A person who does not need a driving license or number plate to drive a car…
A person who cannot be arrested or prosecuted…
The person who has the right to dismiss the Prime Minister…
Tax exempt person
A person with a private ATM
A person who does not obey the speed limit in traffic.
Head of State starring James Bond.
A person who has the power to grant pardon to any criminal.
A person who receives about 70000 letters a year.
The owner of all the flamingos, whales and dolphins in the UK.
The Queen has gin before lunch, wine with lunch and champagne with dinner.
The Queen who had to watch Windsor Castle burn down.
The bag used was indicative. If she put it on the table, it means that she wants to leave in five minutes, and if she put it on the floor, it means that she don’t want to continue the conversation.
A person who receives gifts of elephant, cow, crocodile, jaguar and kangaroo.
A person with about 130 portraits.
The day of the Queen’s death is known as D Day and the following 10 days are known as D Plus One D Plus Two.
The British national anthem and national currency will be changed. God Save the Queen is also called God Save the King.
The new currency will replace the queen with a king.
Soldiers and police officers will need new uniforms.
British passports and postage stamps will also change.
The symbol on post boxes across the country will be replaced.
The “Operation Unicorn” decision was to notify the Prime Minister in the event of death using the official code language “London Bridge is down”.
The Unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.
More than seven decades… Queen of 32 countries… Canada, Australia, South Africa and Pakistan etc…
An eventful biography.
The longest reigning person in the world after Louis XIV of France.
The most traveled head of state.
A person with a face on the currencies of 34 countries.
15 British Prime Ministers during their tenure. 13 US Presidents, various Popes and many world leaders.
Now she finally surrender to the great truth of death.
Does Charles automatically become king?
By law, Charles automatically became King the moment his mother died. Formal recognition will come from the so-called Accession Council, usually convened within 24 hours of the death of a sovereign.
Will Camilla be queen?
Camilla will take the title of Queen Consort, which indicates that she is the spouse of a king, instead of title of queen because members who marry into the royal family can’t inherit the throne.
Charles III, Britain’s conflicted new monarch
With the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth on Thursday, Prince Charles has finally become king of the United Kingdom and 14 other realms, ending a wait of more than 70 years – the longest by an heir in British history.
The role will be daunting. His late mother was overwhelmingly popular and respected, but she leaves a royal family that has seen reputations tarnished and relationships strained, including over lingering allegations of racism against Buckingham Palace officials.
Charles confronts those challenges at the age of 73, the oldest monarch to take the throne in a lineage that dates back 1,000 years, with his second wife Camilla, who still divides public opinion, by his side.
To detractors, the new king is weak, vain, interfering, and ill-equipped for the role of sovereign.
He has been ridiculed for talking to plants and obsessing over architecture and the environment, and will long be associated with his failed first marriage to the late Princess Diana.
Supporters say that is a distortion of the good work he does, that he is simply misunderstood and that in areas such as climate change he has been ahead of his time.
They argue he is thoughtful and concerned about his fellow Britons from all communities and walks of life. His Prince’s Trust charity has helped more than one million unemployed and disadvantaged young people since its launch almost 50 years ago.
“The trouble is you are in a no-win situation. If you do absolutely nothing at all … they are going to complain about that,” Charles once told a TV documentary. “If you try and get stuck in, do something to help, they also complain.”
Throughout his life, Charles has been caught between a modernizing monarchy, trying to find its place in a fast-changing and more egalitarian society, while maintaining traditions that give the institution its allure.
That tension can be seen through the lives of his own sons.
The eldest, William, 40, now the heir himself, leads a life of traditional duty, charity work and military pageantry.
Younger son Harry, 37, resides outside Los Angeles with his American ex-actress wife Meghan and family, forging a new career more in keeping with Hollywood than Buckingham Palace.
The brothers, once very close, are now barely on speaking terms.
King Charles gives first address as monarch.