Britain Queen Elizabeth II: Britain's Queen Elizabeth is no more, dies at the age of 96

Britain Queen Elizabeth II: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has passed away. Doctors confirmed it before that she was in critical situation.

Queen Elizabeth II, was currently at Balmoral Castle in Stockland after the doctor confirmation The Royal Family confirmed that she is no more. 

Official confirmation of the death of the Queen

An official announcement has been made about the death of the Queen by tweeting on behalf of the British Royal Family. The tweet read that the Queen breathed her last at Balmoral Castle this afternoon. The King and the Queen Consort will be at Balmoral Castle today, returning to London tomorrow

Queen Elizabeth II was the longest reigning monarch of Britain.

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has died at the age of 96. she took her last breath at Balmoral Palace in Scotland. Elizabeth was born in Mayfair, London, as the first child of the Duke and Duchess of York. 

Codename Operation London Bridge

Buckingham Palace said in earlier statements that doctors were concerned about Elizabeth II’s health. He had said to keep the Queen under medical supervision. According to reports, the British government had planned the codename Operation London Bridge in the event of his death. 

After Queen Elizabeth II, now her son Charles (age 73 years) will be the King of Britain. 

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