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Queen Elizabeth II’s death marks one year with tributes from King Charles and princes

This Friday (8) marks one year since the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The date brought tributes from members of royalty, such as Prince William, Princess Kate Middleton and King Charles III.

William and Kate used their official Instagram profile to express themselves.

“Today we remember the extraordinary life and legacy of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth. We all miss her. W & C”, says the post.

Charles III, current highest representative of the British monarchy, also spoke out on the social network.

“In loving and eternal memory. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, April 21, 1926 – September 8, 2022”, wrote the message.

Furthermore, the king also shared, on the royal family’s official account, an audio to pay tribute to his mother.

Harry returns to the UK

Back in the United Kingdom to participate in an awards ceremony at an institution that supports children with health problems, Harry also paid tribute to his grandmother.

“As you probably also know, she would have been the first person to insist that I still come and stay with you all, instead of going to her. And that’s exactly why I know, exactly one year later, that she’s looking at us all tonight, happy that we’re together,” said the Duke of Sussex during the event on Thursday (7).

So far, the Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle, has not commented on the date.

Recently, the couple was spotted together enjoying Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour concert at the SoFi stadium in Los Angeles. On the occasion, both were caught dancing to one of the singer’s biggest hits, “Crazy in Love”.

Queen died of “old age”

In September last year, Queen Elizabeth II’s death certificate was released and the cause of death was recorded as “old age”. The document points out that the monarch died at 11:10 am (Brasília time), on September 8, at Balmoral Castle, at the age of 96, in Scotland.

The UK’s longest-reigning sovereign has suffered from “episodic mobility problems” since the end of last year, according to Buckingham Palace.

Source: CNN Brasil

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