Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday

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Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday yesterday (April 21). Queen Elizabeth, however, will be away for her birthday celebrations. The reason for this. Her husband Prince Philip died recently. The couple has been together for almost seven decades. Prince Philip and Elizabeth were married in 1947. 

Philip died on April 9 at the age of 99. His funeral was held Saturday in Windsor Castle. These events took place among a very small number of members as the corona is currently booming. Due to the death of Philip, two weeks of mourning were observed in the order. Officials said there would be no birthday celebrations at the Tower of London like every year, as well as gun shootings at Hyde Park in the capital.

It is also the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth. It is usually celebrated on the second Saturday in June. With the death of Philip, along with Elizabeth, the close relatives are also in deep Grief. 

She has been his companion in the country for 69 years. Allegations of racism and negligence are known to have led to the departure of her grandson Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan Palace. Even at Prince Philip’s funeral. 

Elizabeth was alone. However, local newspapers reported that the queen would be taken care of by her family in the coming days. Born on April 21, 1926, on Bruton Street in central London, Elizabeth does not Expected to become a queen. 

Elizabeth came to power in 1936 when her father, George V., and brother, Edward V., retired to marry Wallis Simpsons. She ascended the throne in 1952 at the age of 25. In September 2015 she overtook her great grandmother, Queen Victoria, during Britain’s long reign.

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