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Queen Elizabeth II dies: World leaders pay tribute after British monarch’s passing

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World leaders have began to pay tribute to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II after her household introduced her passing Thursday on the age of 96. 

Elizabeth’s 70-year reign ended as she handed peacefully in her Scottish residence of Balmoral, surrounded by her household. Her son King Charles III stated the Queen’s passing was a second of “the best disappointment” for the Royal household, and that her dying will likely be “deeply felt” by “numerous individuals all over the world.” 

U.S. Home Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Cali, ordered flags flown at half-staff in response to the Queen’s passing. 

Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-KT, stated that “the British individuals’s loss is your complete world’s loss.” 

Queen Elizabeth II will start Platinum Jubilee celebrations on Thursday with Trooping the Color. She is pictured in 2014 in London.  
(Stefan Wermuth)

“Individuals be a part of our pals in prayer, in grief, and in gratitude for such a exceptional chief and such a profitable reign,” he wrote in an announcement, including that the Queen was a “shining instance” of “sterling character.” 

QUEEN ELIZABETH II, LONGEST-REIGNING BRITISH MONARCH, DEAD AT 96

“Regardless of spending practically three quarters of a century as some of the well-known and admired people on the planet, the Queen made positive her reign was by no means actually about herself — not her fame, not her emotions, not her private needs or wants,” he continued. “She guided venerable establishments by trendy occasions utilizing timeless virtues like responsibility, dignity, and sacrifice.”

Queen Elizabeth II meets Pope Francis and Former Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Cormack Murphy O'Connor, right, at the Paul VI Hall on April 3, 2014 in Vatican City, Vatican. (Photo by Vatican Pool/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II meets Pope Francis and Former Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Cormack Murphy O’Connor, proper, on the Paul VI Corridor on April 3, 2014 in Vatican Metropolis, Vatican. (Photograph by Vatican Pool/Getty Photos)
(Vatican Pool/Getty Photos)

UN Secretary-Normal Antonio Guterres known as the Queen ” good friend” of the United Nations, noting two visits she made to talk on the New York headquarters. He added that she was “a reassuring presence all through a long time of sweeping change.” 

QUEEN ELIZABETH II MET WITH 13 US PRESIDENTS, FROM TRUMAN TO BIDEN

“She was deeply dedicated to many charitable and environmental causes and spoke movingly to delegates on the COP26 local weather talks in Glasgow,” Guterres wrote in his assertion. “I want to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II for her unwavering, lifelong dedication to serving her individuals. The world will lengthy bear in mind her devotion and management.”

Queen Elizabeth and UK Prime Minister Edward Heath with President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon in October 1970 

Queen Elizabeth and UK Prime Minister Edward Heath with President Richard Nixon and First Woman Pat Nixon in October 1970 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated that he discovered of the Queen’s dying “with deep disappointment” and that he prolonged “honest condolences to the Royal Household” and your complete United Kingdom for the “irreparable loss.” 

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French President Emmanuel Macron stated he remembered the Queen as “a good friend of France,” and that she “left an enduring impression on her nation and her century.” 

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