queen elizabeth’s funeral, Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral: The bell will ring 96 times in Westminster Abbey; Queen Elizabeth 2 at the funeral of Westminster Abbey

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s funeral today. Leaders from different parts of the world will also attend the funeral. Officials estimate that at least 10 lakh people will come to London to attend the funeral.

The President of India, Draupadi Murmu, arrived at Buckingham Palace to attend the event. The day-long public hearing in Westminster Hall ended at around 11am today. The dead body will be taken on a mourning procession of eight kilometers. For this, 1,600 soldiers will accompany. Queen Elizabeth’s death ended a reign of seven decades. During the funeral, the bells in the Abbey will ring 96 times. The bell is rung 96 times to signify the queen’s life.

Queen Elizabeth – 2

Queen Elizabeth II is Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. Elizabeth became Queen on February 6, 1952. She was crowned Queen of Britain on June 2, 1953. Queen Elizabeth was the ruler who placed great importance on further modernizing the British royal family and protecting the interests of the public. At the same time, they wanted to preserve the British tradition and the glory of the crown.

Birth, education, marriage

Elizabeth-2 was born on 21 April 1921 as Elizabeth Alexandra Mary. Born in Mayfair, London. Elizabeth II, nicknamed Lilibet, was the first child of George IV, Duke and Duchess of York, and Elizabeth. After King Edward himself abdicated in 1936, his brother and Elizabeth’s father, George IV, became King. With that, Elizabeth became the crown prince. Elizabeth and her sister Margaret were educated at home. Special teachers came home to teach.

Elizabeth came into the public eye during the Second World War. Elizabeth served in the Supplementary Territorial Service, the women’s wing of the British Army. In 1947, Elizabeth married Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Philip was a foreign-born British citizen who served in the British Navy during the Second World War. Initially, Elizabeth’s parents were not interested in her relationship with Philip, who was not of high financial standing. But later, Elizabeth’s mother said that Philip was a real Briton.

‘Dedicating my life to the country’

In 1943, Elizabeth made her first public appearance without her parents. After turning 18, Elizabeth started working as one of five councillors. His father, the king, began to carry out administrative duties, including when he went abroad. Commissioned into the Supplementary Territorial Service in 1945, Elizabeth completed five months’ training as a mechanic and driver and became a junior commander.

When the Second World War ended, Elizabeth and her sister Margaret celebrated in the streets of London, unknowingly joining the crowds on Victory in Europe Day. Elizabeth herself revealed this in an interview years later. Elizabeth said she was scared and people knew her.

Elizabeth’s first trip abroad was to Africa in 1947 with her parents. In a speech to the British Commonwealth during that trip, Elizabeth said: “I dedicate my life completely to the country. No matter how long or short it is. This life is to serve the nation and the people.

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Elizabeth came into power in 1952 with the death of her father. Elizabeth became Head of the Commonwealth and Queen. The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan and Ceylon were part of the British Commonwealth. Elizabeth was crowned Queen of England on 2 June 1953 aged 27. The coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey was televised. This was the first time in Britain that a coronation was broadcast on television for the whole world to see.

Queen Elizabeth’s reign saw many political changes. The transfer of power in the United Kingdom, the partition of Canada and the liberation of Africa are important events of their time. South Africa and Pakistan became republics during the Queen’s reign. Ceylon became Sri Lanka. In 2017, Queen Elizabeth celebrated the Sapphire Jubilee (65 years) of her coronation.

Children and grandchildren

Prince Charles of Wales, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex are children of couple Elizabeth and Philip. The first son, Charles, was born in 1948. Daughters Ann were born in 1950, Andrew in 1960 and Edward in 1964.

In 1969, the Queen announced Charles as his heir and made him Prince of Wales. In 1981, Charles, aged 32, married Diana Spencer. She became famous as Princess Diana. Charles and Diana had two sons, William and Harry. Diana and Charles later divorced. On August 31, 1997, Diana died in a car accident. William married Kate Middleton in 2011. Harry is married to Meghan Markle. Harry and Meghan stepped down from the royal family in 2019.

Designations and Acknowledgments

Queen Elizabeth came to power by holding various positions in the hierarchy. She became Princess of York on 21 April 1926. On 11 December 1936 Her Royal Highness became Princess Elizabeth. On 20 November 1947, Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth became the Duchess of Edinburgh. On 6 February 1952 she became Queen (Her Majesty The Queen).

Elizabeth received many military titles and honors throughout the Commonwealth. The Queen was also known as the Duke of Normandy, Lord Defender of the Faith and Duke of Lancashire.

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