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Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest-reigning monarch, dies ...

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, dies aged 96

Death draws to a close Britain’s second Elizabethan era and heralds the reign of her son, King Charles III

Queen Elizabeth II in her robes on the occasion of her coronation in June 1953. Photograph: Cecil Beaton/Camera Press

Thu 8 Sep 2022 22.14 BST


Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British history, has died aged 96, drawing to a close the country’s second Elizabethan era, and heralding the reign of her son, King Charles III.

The monarch, for whom abdication was never an option, died peacefully at Balmoral on Thursday afternoon two days after undertaking her final public constitutional duty, with the appointment of the 15th prime minister of her 70-year reign.


Her death means Charles now becomes king, and the Duchess of Cornwall the Queen Consort.

In a statement on Thursday evening, the King said: “The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family.

“We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished sovereign and a much-loved mother. I know her loss will be deeply felt throughout the country, the realms and the Commonwealth, and by countless people around the world.

“During this period of mourning and change, my family and I will be comforted and sustained by our knowledge of the respect and deep affection in which the Queen was so widely held.”


Queen Elizabeth II in her own words – video obituary

All four of her children had rushed to Balmoral after Buckingham Palace announced in a statement at 12.32pm that she was under medical supervision at Balmoral after her doctors said they were “concerned for her health”.

Charles was the first to arrive. As the nation awaited anxiously for news, the Duke of Cambridge, Duke of York, and Earl and Countess of Wessex flew from RAF Northolt arriving at Balmoral at around 5pm. The Duke of Sussex also travelled separately to Scotland, arriving after the other members of the family.



Queen Elizabeth watches a flypast from Buckingham Palace balcony following the Queen’s birthday parade, the trooping the colour, as part of platinum jubilee celebrations. Photograph: Daniel Leal/AFP/Getty Images 


At 6.30pm, Buckingham Palace announced: “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and the Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”

The Buckingham Palace flag was lowered to half mast.

Addressing the nation from outside Downing Street, the prime minister, Liz Truss, who was told of the Queen’s death at 4.30pm, spoke of “the passing of the second Elizabethan age”.

She praised the monarch’s “dignity and grace”, and a “life of service [that] stretched beyond most of our living memories”. She concluded with the words: “God save the King.”




Death and state funeral of Elizabeth II


On 8 September 2022, Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms, the longest-living and longest-reigning British monarch, died at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Her death was announced at 18:30 BST, followed by reactions from leaders around the world. She was succeeded by her eldest child, Charles III.

The Queen's death set in motion Operation London Bridge, a collection of plans including arrangements for her funeral, and Operation Unicorn, which set protocols for the Queen's death occurring in Scotland. The United Kingdom is observing a national mourning period of 10 days. A state funeral service will be held at Westminster Abbey on 19 September 2022 at 11:00 BST, followed by a committal service later that day at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Queen will be interred in the King George VI Memorial Chapel at St. George’s. The occasion of her state funeral will be a national bank holiday in the UK.



The Queen had been in good health for most of her life.Throughout 2021 and 2022, the Queen faced several health issues. In October 2021, British media reported that the Queen had begun using a walking stick during public engagements. The Queen stayed overnight in hospital on 20 October,  resulting in visits to Northern Ireland and her visit to the COP26 summit in Glasgow being cancelled on health grounds. In November, the Queen suffered from a sprained back and was unable to attend the 2021 National Service of Remembrance.


In February 2022, during the COVID-19 pandemic in England, the Queen was one of several people at Windsor Castle to test positive for COVID-19. Her symptoms were described as mild and cold-like, with the Queen later commenting that the disease "does leave one very tired and exhausted". Given the health impacts of COVID-19 and long COVID are known to be more severe among older people,  the Queen's health came into question by multiple outlets.


However, the Queen was reportedly feeling well enough to resume her official duties by 1 March. The Queen was present at the service of thanksgiving for Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey on 29 March, but was unable to attend the annual Commonwealth Day service that month or the Royal Maundy Service in April. In May, the Queen missed the State Opening of Parliament for the first time in 59 years (she did not attend in 1959 and 1963 as she was pregnant with Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, respectively).[20] In her absence, Parliament was opened by the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge as Counsellors of State.[21] The Prince of Wales, the heir apparent, gained more official responsibilities towards the end of the Queen's life[22] and stood in for her at the State Opening of Parliament.[23] In June, the Queen did not attend the National Service of Thanksgiving for her Platinum Jubilee; official sources mentioned her "discomfort" after standing during the military parade celebrating her official birthday on the first day of celebrations.[24] During the celebrations, the Queen was largely confined to balcony appearances.[25]


On 6 September, two days before her death, the Queen accepted the resignation of Boris Johnson and appointed Liz Truss to succeed him as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom at Balmoral Castle (where the Queen was on holiday) in a break with tradition; this was usually done at Buckingham Palace.[26] On 7 September, she was scheduled to attend an online meeting of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom to swear in new ministers in Truss's government, but it was announced that the meeting had been cancelled after she was advised to rest by doctors.[27] The Queen's final public statement, issued that same day, was a message of condolences for the victims of the 2022 Saskatchewan stabbings.[28]


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8 September

Balmoral Castle (pictured in 2004), where the Queen died

At 06:50 BST, the Queen's helicopter left Windsor Castle for Scotland in order to transport Prince Charles from Dumfries House to Balmoral Castle.[29] At 10:30, he arrived at the castle. Princess Anne was already staying at Balmoral and met him there.[29][30] Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall also travelled to Balmoral, although it is not clear if she accompanied her husband or arrived on her own.[31] Prime Minister Liz Truss was informed sometime in the morning by Cabinet secretary Simon Case that the Queen was gravely ill.[32]


At 12:00, the Prime Minister was updated on and Deputy Leader of the Opposition Angela Rayner informed of the Queen's ill health by notes circulated during a speech in Parliament by Leader of the Opposition Keir Starmer.[32][33][34] Within the hour, at 12:30, Buckingham Palace publicly announced that the Queen was "under medical supervision" at Balmoral Castle after doctors expressed concern over her health. The statement read:[35][36] "Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen's doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral." Speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle made a brief statement of good wishes in Parliament in response.


Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife the Countess of Wessex, and Prince Harry announced they were travelling to Balmoral, while the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex stayed in Windsor and London respectively.[37][38] At 12:40, the BBC, the national broadcaster of the United Kingdom, cut away from regular programming on BBC One to continuously cover the Queen's condition, with all BBC news journalists and broadcasters dressed in black later in the afternoon.[39] Special reports about her condition were run on other main television channels in the UK, including ITV, Channel 4, and Channel 5.[40] At 14:30, Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex's flight left RAF Northolt for Aberdeen Airport.[30]


By 16:30, the Queen had passed away. Simon Case informed the Prime Minister of the Queen's death at around this time.[41][42] Thirty minutes later, Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex arrived at Balmoral.[41] The Queen's death was publicly announced two hours later, at 18:30. The royal family announced her death on Twitter with the following statement:[43][44][45][46]

"The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."

Huw Edwards announcing the death of the Queen on the BBC's television channels

British television announcements of the Queen's death came at 18:34, and included the aforementioned statement being read verbatim by news presenter Huw Edwards during a live broadcast across all BBC Television channels (bar BBC Three and Four, which were not broadcasting at the time, and had programmes suspended following the announcement of the death;[47] and children's channels CBBC, which announced the news through their programme Newsround,[48] and CBeebies, which saw no interruptions to its regular schedule),[49] after which the national anthem was played.[50] It is estimated that at least 16 million people in the United Kingdom may have watched the announcement of the death at the time.[51]


엘리자베스 2세 여왕, 향년 96세로 별세

엘리자베스 2세 여왕이 향년 96세로 별세했다.

영국의 최장 재위 군주이자 격동의 세기 동안 안정의 기반이 된 엘리자베스 2세 여왕은 70년 동안 왕위에 지켰다.

영국 궁전에서는 그녀가 스코틀랜드의 여름 별장인 발모랄 성에서 사망했다고 발표했다. 그녀의 건강이 악화되자 왕실 가족들이 그녀의 곁으로 달려갔다.


엘리자베스 2세 여왕의 별세로 아들 찰스는 즉시 왕위를 계승하고 왕 찰스 3세 (King Charles III)로 즉위하게 된다.


뉴질랜드 시간으로 금요일 새벽 시간에 서거한 엘리자베스 여왕 2세는 영국과 영연방 역사상 가장 오랫동안 재임한 군주였다.


찰스 왕은 그녀의 사망이 발표된 직후 어머니의 죽음을 애도했다.


뉴질랜드 언론 매체는 여왕의 서거 소식을 전하고 있다.

엘리자베스 2세 여왕은 1952년 그녀의 대관식을 가지고 여왕에 즉위했다.

뉴질랜드 군주국의 숀 팔머는 그 기간 동안 수십 명의 미국 대통령이 왔다가 사라졌다고 말했다. 그는 그동안 프랑스 대통령이 몇 명이나 바뀌었지만, 여왕은 60년이 넘는 시간 동안 변함이 없이 그 자리를 지켰다고 덧붙였다.


엘리자베스 여왕과 뉴질랜드의 강한 유대 관계는 재위 기간 70년 동안 내내 지속되었다.

엘리자베스 2세는 27세의 나이에 오클랜드 부두에 발을 딛고 우리 해안을 방문한 최초의 통치 군주가 되었다.

때는 1953년 12월이었다. 제2차 세계 대전이 끝난 지 불과 8년 만이었다. 영국과의 정서적, 경제적 유대는 이보다 더 강할 수 없었을 것이다.

오클랜드 Queen Street에 이어, 46개 도시와 마을을 5주 동안 방문하는 동안 뉴질랜드에서는 새로운 여왕과 그녀의 남편 필립 왕자를 열렬히 환영했다.

당시 남부의 작은 와이카토(Waikato) 마을 티라우(Tīrau)에서는 군주를 보기 위해 10,000명 이상의 사람들이 모였다.

뉴질랜드인 4명 중 3명이 이곳에 머무는 동안 여왕을 보기 위해 여행한 것으로 추산된다. 1954년 1월 여행이 끝나갈 무렵 여왕은 자신만의 카후 키위(키위 깃털 망토)를 선물로 받았다.

1970년 세 번째 이곳을 방문했을 때 여왕은 가장 큰 두 자녀인 찰스와 앤을 뉴질랜드로 소개했다. 그녀는 또한 마오리인 테 아타이랑기카아후(Te Atairangikaahu)를 부인으로 추앙했다.

그녀의 다음 방문은 1974년 크라이스트처치 커먼웰스 게임과 일치했으며 1977년 왕좌에 오른 지 25년을 기념하는 Silver Jubilee 투어의 일환으로 돌아왔다.

그러나 시대가 바뀌었고 1981년 더니든에서 산책을 하던 중 암살 시도가 있었으나 실패했다.

17세의 크리스토퍼 루이스는 여왕 근처에서 소총을 쏘았다. 군주는 반 왕당파와 시위대 모두에게 공정한 게임이 된 것처럼 보였다.

1986년 공식 소장으로 가장한 두 명의 여성이 여왕과 공작에게 달걀을 던졌는데, 한 여성이 여왕의 코트에 튀기자 데이비드 랭 총리는 모든 뉴질랜드인을 대신해 여왕에게 직접 사과했다.

4년 후인 1990년에 여왕은 다시 더위를 피해 뉴질랜드를 방문했다. 그녀의 방문은 많은 사람들에게 축하가 아니라 불만의 상징이 된 와이탕이 조약에 서명한 지 150년 만에 이루어졌다.

그 당시 조약에 대한 왕실의 대응에 항의하기 위해 와이탕이에 온 많은 방문객들이 있었다. 시위대는 조약을 존중하러는 여왕을 향한 외침이 있었다. 한 명은 도착하자마자 젖은 검은색 티셔츠를 여왕에게 던졌다.

조약 근거에서 연설하는 동안 Aotearoa의 성공회 주교 Whakahuihui Vercoe는 항의하는 사람들의 감정을 되풀이했으며 그녀는 여왕이 조약을 존중하지 않았다고 외쳤다.

문제를 인정한 여왕은 조약이 불완전하게 준수되었다고 응답했다. 그녀는 와이탕이로 돌아오지 않았다.

1995년에 여왕은 개인적으로 영국 왕실의 사과를 타이누이 사람들에게 전달했다. 그것은 Waikato-Tainui iwi 조약 합의의 일부를 구성하는 사과였다.

2002년 골든 쥬빌리 행사의 일환으로 마지막 방문에서 항의는 의전으로 가려졌다. 헬렌 클라크 총리는 여왕과 함께 바지를 입기로 두 번 선택한 후 헤드라인을 장식했다.

엘리자베스 여왕은 다시는 뉴질랜드를 여행하지 않을 수도 있지만, 그렇다고 해서 영국에 있는 뉴질랜드인과의 유대 관계가 줄어들지는 않았다.

여왕의 통치 기간 동안 그랬던 것처럼, 최고의 기수 Mark Todd에서 오페라 디바 Dame Kiri Te Kanawa에 이르기까지 잘 알려진 뉴질랜드인과의 연결은 불가피했다. 차 한 잔을 위해 올 블랙을 모으는 것은 종종 달력에 기록되었다.

적절하게도 2006년에 버킹엄 궁전에 있는 그녀의 집에서 불과 몇 미터 떨어진 하이드 파크 코너에 뉴질랜드 기념관을 헌납한 사람은 여왕이었다.

엘리자베스 알렉산드라 메리(Elizabeth Alexandra Mary)의 화려한 대관식 당시 27세였으며, 이는 역사상 처음으로 방송되었다.

삼촌인 에드워드 8세의 퇴위와 아버지 조지 6세의 조기 사망으로 3위가 왕위에 올랐다.

이날 엘리자베스 여왕은 역할을 완수하기 위해 무엇이든 하겠다고 선언했다.


이미 필립 공과 결혼했고 찰스와 앤의 어머니였던 젊은 여왕은 왕실의 요구에 잘 준비되어 있었다.

팔머는 그녀의 개인적인 행복은 그녀가 알고 있던 삶을 고려할 때 높은 우선 순위는 아니었을 것입니다라고 말했다.

엘리저베스 2세 여왕의 통치는 남성이 지배하는 세계 무대에서 자신의 자리를 차지한 젊은 여성과 뒷자리에 앉을 수밖에 없는 남편의 역할을 찾는 도전으로 가득 차 있었다.

팔머는 그들이 협상을 많이 해야 한다는 이야기가 항상 있었고 그녀는 남편인 필립공을 가치 있게 만들기 위해 많은 일을 했다고 말했다.

그녀의 공직 생활은 모든 것을 포괄했다.

여왕은 테러리스트의 표적이 되었고 대중의 사랑을 받았고100회 이상의 왕실 순회 공연의 핵심은 안전이었다.

왕실에 대한 세계적인 관심은 그녀의 통치 기간 동안 전례 없는 수준으로 높아졌다.

그리고 엘리자베스 여왕은 윈저 가의 모든 것이 항상 좋지는 않았지만 그 모든 것을 통해 침착함을 유지하고 계속했다.