The news of the alleged aggravation of the Queen Elizabeth was endorsed by a statement published by Buckingham Palace around 8 September.
Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 96, on the estate of Balmoral estate, in Scotland, on 8 September 2022.
In peace, as stated in the Buckingham Palace press release issued at around 7.30 pm.
Her health conditions worsened after the last public appearance, which took place on 6 September, again in the rooms of the Scottish castle to meet the new Prime Minister Liz Truss formally, a tradition to which the sovereign, on the British throne for 70 years, has not he wanted to give up.
The world has been waiting with bated breath for the news coming from Balmoral, trying to read between the lines of the signals launched in the official communication: the information, unfortunately, was in the air, despite the steel temper of the sovereign, who also resisted for 70 years to the lashing twenties of scandals, gossip, family quarrels and has borne the weight of the Crown, with all that it entails from a public and private point of view, without ever yielding or wavering.
The affection of millions of Queen Elizabeth‘s fans and admirers worldwide has reached the beloved Balmoral Castle, a place of many happy memories for the royal family, waiting for the following events.
We can already imagine this will have an unprecedented historical significance.
At that point, a series of anomalies in the normals, and unfortunately, in recent years, fans of royal news have noticed more and more recurring announcements about the sovereign’s health.
What aroused more concern was the transfer to Balmoral of the leading members of the royal family, from Prince Charles, who arrived from Birkhall, his Scottish residence, to Princess Anne, already in Scotland for official events, to Prince William ., the Earls of Wessex, the Duke of York arrived by plane in a hurry.
It so happened that Prince Harry, in the UK for a series of business events with his wife Meghan Markle, could also rush to his grandmother’s bedside. Kate Middleton and the Duchess of Sussex did not arrive at Balmoral with their husbands. The first was seen in Windsor in front of her children’s school, and the second remained at Frogmore Cottage waiting for news.
An immortal ruler
For a long time, there has been a fable about the alleged but utopian immortality of a woman considered to be of iron, who has gone through the ages, the historical changes and the excellent public and personal upheavals of the last decades with great dignity, discretion and dedication.
There have been a lot of rumours about the alleged abdication of Queen Elizabeth in favour of her son and heir, Charles, who has been waiting for the throne for more than 70 years.
But who knows the history of the royal family and the personal events of the queen learns that such a thing could never have happened.
Elizabeth II, who became queen at 25 after childhood and adolescence, lived in the belief that she could live an everyday existence before discovering that she would succeed her father at the age of 10; she voted her life to the Crown.
And her life has become the Crown, with all that entails, even if we, without titles and aristocratic family tree, will never be able to understand this.
Her death, accompanied by a procedure that no one has implemented since 1952, the year in which the queen’s father, King George VI, passed away, leaving the throne vacant for his eldest daughter, is an event of historical significance.
Almost as much as her Platinum Jubilee celebrations as her 70 years on her throne, she had time to live as a protagonist in June 2022.
Everyone in court is convinced that the death of her beloved husband Philip of Edinburgh in 2021 was a terrible blow to Queen Elizabeth, who spent a lifetime with him before his farewell.
Whatever the cause of the slow extinction of the sovereign, who just two days ago shook hands, as she always did with the last prime ministers during her reign, with the new prime minister while keeping faith in his role and position, it doesn’t matter to know.
She died in her favourite house, a place for picnics and lilies, for hunting and walking in the rain, in the complex and wild nature of the Scottish Highlands, where she would have liked to live if she hadn’t become queen for her destiny she is now. Accomplished.