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FINAL RESTING PLACE ..............

 

As respect to her majesty the queen .......i feel it;s only befitting to blog on the last leg of her life  ..........and now she is in peace .........like i say unless you are a brit  ........true  brit .........not  a half shilling or  plastic ass ......the real  McCoy as they say .....you will truly not get it ......all we knew was her  majesty ....and all they nay sayers  and  fuckers  who  did not get it .........well we  had  something you will never  have  ....a true  queen ......followed  by a  king .......its that simple  ......but only real brits grasp the deal ........mongrels or  half  sandwiches  will not understand  the power and presence of  what we  had  .......very few countries experience greatness and a woman of  expediential  accomplishments ...........now she is  with her  husband  .......she will be sadly missed by me and  all other  true  brits who knew her greatness  and  accomplishments ......


There will be no one  like her ever again .........


Queen Elizabeth II's Final Resting Place Marked with New Ledger Stone

A ledger stone has been installed at the King George VI Memorial Chapel, following the interment of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. The King George VI Memorial Chapel sits within the walls of St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Credit: The Royal Family

The Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth II's final resting place at the King George VI Memorial Chapel has been marked with a new ledger stone, Buckingham Palace announced on Saturday.

The stone is made of Belgian black marble with brass letter inlays to match the previous ledger, and it now sits within St. George's Chapel in Windsor. The ledger stone now includes the dates of birth and death for George VI, Elizabeth, Elizabeth II, and her husband Philip, who died at age 99 in April 2021.

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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh arrive at St Paul's Cathedral for a service of thanksgiving held in honour of the Queen's 80th birthday, June 15, 2006 in London, England
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh arrive at St Paul's Cathedral for a service of thanksgiving held in honour of the Queen's 80th birthday, June 15, 2006 in London, England



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