Queen Elizabeth II witnessed the rise and fall of the monarchy

Queen Elizabeth II

Britain’s longest-reigning Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday. Last June, he celebrated 70 years of his accession to the throne. On this occasion, various programs are organized in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries. 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth has been on the throne for 70 consecutive years since 1952. He is the longest-reigning monarch in the long history of the British monarchy. 16 Prime Ministers were appointed during his reign.
He was born on 21 April 1926 in a house near Berkeley Square, London. She was the Queen of the United Kingdom

And 15 other Commonwealth states. Queen Elizabeth II’s long reign has been known for her strong sense of duty and determination to sacrifice her life for her throne and people. As Queen Elizabeth II saw British influence in the world decline drastically, so did society change rapidly. At the same time, the role of the British monarchy has also been questioned. However, he successfully defended the monarchy even in many storms.
Queen Elizabeth II is the first child of British King George and Queen Elizabeth. His father ascended the throne in 1936. She spent her early days as a princess at White Lodge in Piccadilly, London, and Richmond Park. In 1940, members of the royal family were kept at Windsor Castle for security. He spent the First World War there. Princess Elizabeth and her younger sister Princess Margaret were educated at the house.

Queen Elizabeth II married Greece and Denmark’s Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh) in 1947. Philip died on April 9, 2018, at the age of 99. Elizabeth and Philip have four children. Prince Charles of Wales (the next King of the United Kingdom), Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex are among them.
When her father, King George, died in February 1952, Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne and became Head of the Commonwealth. His coronation set TV records around the world. Apart from this, he ushered in a new era for the monarchy and the British Commonwealth.
The 1950s can be seen as a golden age for the Queen.

People had great respect for the royal family and the queen. Young Elizabeth II then looked like a fairy tale princess. However, in the following decades, due to massive social changes, people’s respect for the monarchy began to decline. Apart from this, due to the new age of broadcasting and media promotion, many incidents of the royal family came to the fore. The queen’s children’s marriage issues and subsequent scandals dominated the media. Even then, people held high regard for the royal family because of the queen.

The marriage of the Queen’s eldest son Prince Charles and Diana in 1981 also sparked public debate. In the 1990s, there was a massive media fascination with Princess Diana. The much-talked-about couple started living separately in 1992 and divorced in 1996. At that time the queen gradually went out of touch. In a speech in 1992, Rani referred to this year as the scariest year of her life. The feud between Charles and Diana caused a rift within the royal family. Then the matter got further publicity in the media.
The Queen refused to fly the flag at half-mast on Diana’s death.

Then the common people were disappointed with the queen. However, the situation calmed down later when the Queen praised Diana.
The Queen emphasized her role in uniting the Commonwealth. Because this was his most difficult task in the post-war period. Many countries were freed from British colonization and were plagued with various problems. But he was praised for truly unifying the Commonwealth. In a speech at the United Nations in 2010, he spoke of the importance of countries working together.
Despite some issues in the 1990s, Rani’s popularity began to climb again around 2000. During her reign as head of state, Queen Elizabeth II refrained from interfering in political affairs. Rani mentioned her faith as a Christian in organizing various religious events. But even in his role as head of the Church of England, he was committed to protecting the rights of all religions. However, Rani was highly respected by the people of the world. He received royal greetings in the countries he visited. However, he spent most of his life in the royal palace (Buckingham Palace in London), and he could not stay there for the last time of his life. He breathed his last at Balmoral Palace in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, far from London. And through this, a glorious period of British rule has passed.
There were threats that he might be assassinated.

This is known from the recently released documents of the United States Central Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
The FBI informed the Secret Service that “Irish groups” planned to demonstrate at the stadium. The majority of the grandstand seats were purchased by an Irish organization.

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