Johnson called the day of the death of Queen Elizabeth II the saddest in the history of Britain
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The deceased Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain seemed “eternal” to the British, and they, like children, wanted to believe that her reign would not end, said former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, reports Mirror.
Wave after wave of sorrow rolls across the world from Balmoral. <…> I know, after this news, millions and millions of people put aside their business, whatever they were doing, to think about Queen Elizabeth, about the bright and shining light that has now gone out,— said the prime minister.
He called the day of the death of Elizabeth II “the saddest day”; in British history.
Johnson resigned as prime minister on September 6.
After the death of the monarch, statements were made by Johnson's successor as prime minister, Liz Truss, as well as the Prince of Wales, Charles, who has now ascended the throne under the name Charles III. The prime minister compared Elizabeth II to “the stone on which modern Britain was built” and said that her death was a shock to the nation and the whole world.
The king, in turn, called the day of his mother's death ” moment of greatest sadness and stated that the loss of Elizabeth II “will be deeply felt throughout the country, the kingdoms, the Commonwealth and countless people throughout the world.”
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Elizabeth II died on the evening of September 8 in the Scottish castle of Balmoral, surrounded by relatives. Early in the day, doctors reported that her condition was deteriorating. After the death of the monarch in the country and the states of the Commonwealth, a 10-day mourning began. The Queen's funeral is expected to take place after this period, Sky News wrote. In the near future, her body will be moved to Buckingham Palace.
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