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May 06 2023
Queen Elizabeth's grandchildren are coming together for King Charles and Queen Camilla's coronation day. On Saturday, all eight of the late Queen's grandchildren made their way into the crowning ceremony at Westminster Abbey. The King was supported by his sons Prince William and Prince Harry, and nieces and nephews — Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, LadyPeople
Sep 08 2022
The long reign of Queen Elizabeth II was marked by her strong sense of duty and her determination to dedicate her life to her throne and to her people.
She became for many the one constant point in a rapidly changing world as British influence declined, society changed beyond recognition and the role of the monarchy itself came into question.
Her success in maintaining theBBC News
Oct 03 2023
Police are searching for a missing brother and sister after the siblings left their home in Queens around noon Monday. NYPD officials said Carl Smith, 12, and his younger sister Colleen Rahmam-Smith, 11, walked out of their house on 195th Street and 120th Avenue in Jamaica after getting into an argument with their grandmother, whom they live with. Police said it was the first time either ofGothamist
May 06 2023
Kate Middleton slipped on something special for the coronation. The Princess of Wales, 41, honored Queen Elizabeth and Princess Diana at the crowning ceremony through jewelry, wearing the late monarch's George VI Festoon Necklace with the South Sea Pearl Earrings, which belonged to her mother-in-law. The glittering George VI Festoon Necklace features three strands of diamonds and was createdPeople
May 05 2023
It has been 70 years since the last British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, was officially crowned. With Elizabeth's son, King Charles III, set to be crowned on May 6, people are recalling his mother's coronation, which was the last time the British public witnessed the ritual. "The whole of London was sort of a cauldron of people rushing to the area to look at what was happening," said JamesFox News (Online News)
Sep 09 2022
Queen Elizabeth, Britain's longest-reigning monarch and the nation's figurehead for seven decades, died on Thursday aged 96.
Here is some reaction to her death:
U.N. SECRETARY-GENERAL ANTONIO GUTERRES
"As the United Kingdom's longest-lived and longest-reigning Head of State, Queen Elizabeth II was widely admired for her grace, dignity, and dedication around the world. SheReuters
Sep 08 2022
The death of Queen Elizabeth II, which Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday, is a watershed moment for Britain, at once incomparable and incalculable.
It marks both the loss of a revered monarch — the only one most Britons have ever known — and the end of a figure who served as a living link to the glories of World War II Britain, presided over its fitful adjustment to a post-New York Times (News)
May 25 2023
Whenever the late Queen Elizabeth II visited the U.S., the FBI remained on high alert to protect her from potential threats—often from the Irish Republican Army and its sympathizers, according to 102 pages of FBI records released Monday following the monarch’s death last year.
First requested by NBC News via the Freedom of Information Act and posted on the FBI’s electronic resourceDaily Beast
Sep 19 2023
Oak Park High School in Kansas City, Missouri has crowned a biological male as this year’s homecoming queen. The ‘coronation’ of Tristan Young was announced on the school’s official X (formerly Twitter) account on Saturday, however, the comments section under the post was closed. The incident is allegedly the second time the school, which belongs to the North Kansas City Schools district, hasInfoWars
Sep 27 2023
She claims to be the Queen of Canada, and now she's holding court in an abandoned school.
Romana Didulo, a QAnon-inspired conspiracy theorist, leads a group of supporters who have spent the last few years traveling around Canada in motorhomes and other vehicles.
Recently, the group moved into Richmound, a village of around 150 people in south-western Saskatchewan, and settled inBBC News