In the absence of his mother, Prince Charles will become the new monarch.
At 96, Queen Elizabeth II, the queen with the second-longest reign, passes away.
The official statement from the Buckingham Palace is as follows: “This afternoon at Balmoral, the Queen passed away quietly. The King and the Queen Consort will stay at Balmoral through this evening and travel back to London the next day.”
The Queen’s doctors were worried about her health, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace that was delivered on September 8, 2022. “The Queen’s doctors have suggested that she remain under medical observation after conducting additional examinations this morning. They are worried for Her Majesty’s health. The Queen continues to enjoy herself at Balmoral “the complete sentence read. Since October 2021, she had been suffering various health concerns.
After the announcement was made public, various news organisations claimed that the Queen’s close relatives were travelling to Balmoral Castle.
The most recent information at the moment, according to the BBC, showed that Prince Charles and Camilla had already arrived at the castle, while Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward were still travelling to Scotland.
According to a representative for the couple, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are also travelling to Balmoral to be with the Queen. According to their spokeswoman, Prince Harry and Meghan, who are currently on a brief European tour and are residing at Windsor’s Frogmore Cottage, “will be travelling to Scotland.”
The Queen’s health is a concern for Liz Truss, the UK’s newest prime minister, who said on Twitter. “The news from Buckingham Palace this lunchtime will greatly concern the entire nation. My thoughts are currently with Her Majesty The Queen and her family, as are the thoughts of everyone throughout our United Kingdom “She wrote.
Princess Elizabeth, who succeeded her father King George VI as the monarch, was a formidable figure. According to Royal.uk, she was officially crowned the Queen on June 2, 1953, when she was only 26 years old.