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    Princess Anne's granddaughter Isla Philips wore a pretty equestrian crop and stirrup brooch to the Queen's funeral - in a subtle tribute to Her Majesty's love of riding. The daughter of Peter Philips, 10, joined the royal family including her auntie Zara Tindall and her sister Savannah, 11, at Windsor to say goodbye to the Queen on Monday. Princess Anne's grandchild donned a respectful black dress which she completed with a beautiful gold brooch which was pinned to her ensemble, and was a fitting nod to Her Majesty's love of horse riding.  The brooch appeared to show a riding crop through a stirrup, with royal fans speculating it could have been a gift from the Queen to her young great-granddaughter. Isla's aunt Zara and grandmother Princess Anne have both often worn similar golden brooches to pin their cravate in place while riding in competitions. It comes after fans spotted Princess Charlotte's horse shoe brooch was near identical to one owned by the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth, in the 1920s. It is thought she herself had received it as a gift from her...
    The Queen Consort has revealed an amusing anecdote from the day she married King Charles - revealing Her Majesty's sense of humour. Speaking on a televised tribute to the late monarch, Camilla, 75, who wed Charles, 73, in 2005, described how the Queen saw the funny side of a shoe mishap on the big day on April 9 that year. Camilla revealed that due to nerves, she donned odd shoes on the morning of her wedding. Because the shoes had different height heels, she ended up hobbling as she walked to the car, prompting laughter from the monarch.    Queen Consort Camilla (centre) pictured at her wedding to King Charles (left) has shared an anecdote from the day that reveals the late monarch's (right) sense of humour Camilla (pictured during tonight's televised tribute to Queen Elizabeth), says the late royal had a 'good sense of humour' The Queen Consort explained: 'I remember coming from here, Clarence House, (to) go to Windsor the day I got married when I probably wasn't firing on all cylinders, quite nervous and, for some unknown reason, I...
    The wife of Ukraine's President Zelensky, Olena Zelenska, has been pictured bowing her head in Westminster Hall as she pays her respects to the late Queen Elizabeth II.  Ms Zelenska was spotted entering Westminster Hall, where the late monarch is currently lying in state, just a few minutes before US President Joe Biden arrived on Sunday afternoon. She is expected to lead representation for war-torn Ukraine at the funeral for the late monarch on Monday. She was pictured along other members of the Ukrainian contingent, dressed in all black and wearing a golden brooch on her chest. As she contemplated the solemn occasion, her expression was sombre and she bowed her head in respect. Ms Zelenska stayed in the hall for several minutes as members of the British public filed past below.  The wife of Ukraine's President Zelensky, Olena Zelenska, bows her head as she pays tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (R) and his wife Olena have presented a united front since Russia invaded Ukraine in February RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Katie Couric praised Queen Elizabeth II's unwavering commitment to duty as she paid tribute to Her Majesty following her death at the age of 96 on Thursday. Speaking to DailyMail.com at the Daily Front Row Awards, the celebrated new anchor stated: 'She was such a steady and constant presence during her 70-year reign.  'I think there's something so dignified about the queen in an era where so many people are thirsty and sharing their innermost thoughts, there's always been an air of mystery around her because she hasn't been so accessible.' A true inspiration: Katie Couric reflected on the Queen' Elizabeth II's iconic reign as she paid tribute to the late British monarch Rest in peace: The news anchor stated that Her Majesty represented 'something different for everyone' during her 70-year reign The 65-year-old journalist continued: 'I think because of that she's almost a Rorschach test where people see what they want they want see. She represented something different for everyone.' Katie then added: 'She was so committed to service and the notion of duty that she sacrificed a lot....
    A wreath of the Queen’s favourite flowers which was laid over her coffin also served as a touching tribute to her late husband, Prince Philip. The wreath, which was prepared by Balmoral staff, included sweet peas, dahlias, phlox, white heather and pine fir – all gathered from the Aberdeenshire estate. Sweet peas – which were among the Queen’s favourite flowers – were also in the wreath laid on the Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin after his death in April last year. Sweet peas, which are associated with April birthdays, can symbolise departures and farewells while dahlias can represent a lasting commitment between two people. The wreath, which was prepared by Balmoral staff, included sweet peas, dahlias, phlox, white heather and pine fir – all gathered from the Aberdeenshire estate The Queen personally selected the flowers for her late husband’s coffin with a wreath that included white lilies, roses and freesias. Yesterday the Queen’s coffin was transported to Edinburgh by William Purves, a family-run funeral directors based in the Scottish capital, accompanied by a back-up hearse. London-based funeral directors Leverton & Sons...
    PRINCE WILLIAM has paid an emotional tribute to the Queen after she died aged 96 on Thursday. The Prince of Wales was present at Balmoral as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away. 1Prince William paid tribute to his late grandmotherCredit: PA In a heartfelt statement, Prince William thanked his beloved late grandmother, revealing his gratefulness for her wisdom. He said: "On Thursday, the world lost an extraordinary leader, whose commitment to the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth was absolute. "So much will be said in the days ahead about the meaning of her historic reign. "I, however, have lost a grandmother. And while I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I have had the benefit of The Queen’s wisdom and reassurance into my fifth decade. "My wife has had twenty years of her guidance and support. My three children have got to spend holidays with her and create memories that will last their whole lives. "She was by my side at my happiest moments. And she was by my side during the saddest days of...
    GARETH SOUTHGATE paid tribute to the Queen for “her impeccable duty” as the ultimate British leader. England manager Southgate spoke on Friday of his pride at singing God Save the Queen before 57 matches as a player and 74 as boss. 2Southgate paid tribute to The Queen after she passed awayCredit: Alamy 2Southgate met The Queen back in November 2002Credit: Getty Southgate said: “My thoughts today are with His Majesty King Charles III, the FA president HRH The Duke of Cambridge and the Royal Family. “In remembering and celebrating the life of Her Majesty the Queen, we are also acknowledging her remarkable leadership and lifetime of dignified service. “She showed the world what it is to be British. “Her values, her dignity, her resilience were an exemplar to us all and she has provided us with stability and reassurance in the best and also most difficult of times.” READ MORE IN FOOTBALL'PLAY IN HER MEMORY' England and South Africa Test to resume to pay tribute to The Queen'AN INSPIRTATION' Harry Kane & Tyson Fury lead tributes as sporting world mourns...
    THE CRICKET Test match between England and South Africa will resume play on Saturday and pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Friday's cricket fixtures were cancelled as a mark of respect on announcement of her death aged 96. 1England's Test match against South Africa will take place on SaturdayCredit: Rex The decision to allow international, domestic, and recreational fixtures to take place has been taken after consultation with DCMS and in line with Official National Mourning guidance.  England's Test match against South Africa will begin at The Oval on Saturday and the Women’s IT20 match between England and India will also go ahead at the Riverside in Durham. It has also been confirmed before each match, a minute’s silence will be observed followed by the national anthem.  Players and coaches will also wear black armbands as a sign of respect. READ MORE IN SPORTA SPIN OFF All the England fixtures and results from a packed 2022 scheduleTIME TO MOURN Prem and EFL call off weekend's football as sport pays respect to The Queen "Branded inventory" will be replaced...
    MARRIED At First Sight UK star Jess has revealed her hidden tattoo tribute to Queen Elizabeth II - revealing she was left "sobbing" after the news of her death. The reality TV favourite - who rose to fame on the E4 dating show earlier this month - took to her Instagram stories to reveal the black and white tattoo of Her Majesty. 3Jess rose to fame on MAFS UK earlier this monthCredit: Eroteme 3Jess revealed her tribute to the QueenCredit: Instagram/jesspotter_xx Jess, 31, posted a selfie of her crying after revealing she had been left heartbroken after Her Majesty's tragic death yesterday. In a sombre statement, Buckingham Palace yesterday confirmed Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British history, had passed away - making her son, Charles, King. Buckingham Palace announced in a statement tonight: "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." Reacting to the news, devastated Jess took to her Instagram to reveal she had a tattoo of the Queen on...
    LEWIS HAMILTON paid tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ahead of this weekend's Italian Grand Prix. The Queen died peacefully aged 96 on Thursday - marking an end to her historic reign and making her son, Charles, King. 2Lewis Hamilton has paid tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IICredit: AP 2The Queen, pictured with the F1 legend in 2020, passed away aged 96 on ThursdayCredit: PA Charles, who will now be known as King Charles III, gave a sombre statement as he led the nation in mourning last night. The Premier League and EFL have postponed all matches this weekend along with a host of other sporting events. The Queen's passing comes as... Liz Truss hailed the Queen as ‘the rock on which modern Britain was built’ King Charles told of his 'greatest' sadness as he paid tribute to his mother The Queen went from a shy daddy's girl to a hero who dedicated her life to the country The Union flag flew at half mast as the devastating news was announced Prince Charles has now become King Charles III Prince Harry was pictured holding his head as he travelled to Balmoral to be...
    JOSE MOURINHO has paid an emotional tribute to Her Majesty Elizabeth II. The former Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham manager said he was "so sorry" to hear the news of her death. 2Jose Mourinho has paid tribute to Her Majesty Elizabeth IICredit: Getty 2The UK has entered a period of national mourningCredit: Getty Buckingham Palace confirmed yesterday in a statement that The Queen had passed away peacefully at Balmoral aged 96. Mourinho learned of the news while his Roma side were in Europa League action against Bulgarian side Ludogorets. And after the game, Mourinho, 59, paid tribute to Her Majesty, calling The Queen "a wonderful figure". He told Sky Italia: "I am so sorry to hear this news. Read More On The QueenLONDON BRIDGE IS DOWN Inside the day by day plan for the 10 days up to the Queen's funeralTIME FOR MOURNING Royals to officially mourn Queen for at least two weeks at Charles' wish "I am not a foreigner in Britain, it is my home, my family’s home, we’ve lived there for many years. "She was a wonderful figure. I don’t know...
    KING Charles has paid a warm-hearted tribute to his beloved "mummy" - after rushing to be by her side before her death. Charles, 73, who will now be known as Charles III, released a statement about his "greatest sadness" as he praised the longest-serving monarch in British history. 5The Queen had a special relationship with her eldest son, now known as King CharlesCredit: Getty - Contributor 5King Charles has paid a heartbreaking tribute to his mumCredit: Getty - Contributor 5The Queen last seen two days ago at BalmoralCredit: Reuters 5King Charles made a statement following The Queen's death at 96 He had affectionally called her "Your Majesty, Mummy" as he poured his heart out in an emotional tribute during her Platinum Jubilee in June. Penning a tribute to the 96-year-old, King Charles wrote: "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...
    Michelle and Barack Obama have shared a touching tribute to their longtime friend Queen Elizabeth II, after it was announced that she had passed away on Thursday at age 96. The former President, 61, and First Lady, 58, said in a joint statement posted to their Twitter accounts that they were 'joining so many others who are celebrating her life and mourning her passing.'  'Michelle and I were lucky enough to come to know Her Majesty, and she meant a great deal to us,' Barack wrote. 'Back when we were beginning to navigate life as President and First Lady, she welcomed us to the world stage with open arms and extraordinary generosity. 'Time and again, we were struck by her warmth, the way she put people at ease, and how she brought her considerable humor and charm to moments of great pomp and circumstance.' 'Like so many of you, Michelle and I are grateful to have witnessed Her Majesty’s dedicated leadership, and we are awed by her legacy of tireless, dignified public service,' he concluded in the statement.   Michelle and...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have released a heartfelt tribute to the late Queen. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex changed their Archewell website to just a single black page, writing: "In loving memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. 1926-2022." 6Harry and Meghan's website shared a touching tribute to The Queen 6The couple have made the rest of their site unavailable tooCredit: Splash And users are no longer able to access any other part of the website as a mark of respect. Other senior royals have also swapped their smiling social media profile photos for official crests. The Royal Family's social media profile changed to the United Kingdom's royal coat of arms. Prince William and Kate Middleton's account Kensington Royal changed its image to their official royal coat of arms. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATHFAREWELL MA'AM Latest tributes as Queen Elizabeth II passes peacefully at Balmoral aged 96PIERS MORGAN I shed a tear when I heard the Queen died - Britain has lost its rock It had been an official portrait of the smiling couple....
    MEGHAN Markle's dad Thomas has paid tribute to the Queen after she tragically died this afternoon. He released a statement on the monarch’s passing and extended his "deep sorrow for the entire royal family". 2Thomas Markle said the Queen will 'always be loved and never forgotten' In a joint message from Thomas Markle Sr. and his son Thomas Jr, he said: “On this very sad day, the world has lost the most amazing queen in history. "Queen Elizabeth II, you will always be loved and never forgotten as our hearts, prayers and thoughts will always be with you, along with our deepest sorrow and sympathy for the entire royal family." Thomas Markle Sr. has been estranged from his daughter for some years and missed her wedding to Prince Harry. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II died this afternoon at Balmoral Castle. A statement from Buckingham Palace said: "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." READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATHPIERS MORGAN I...
    Kim Jong-un was among the world leaders, global icons and religious leaders who paid tribute to the Queen yesterday, hailing her tireless dedication to duty. Presidents, prime ministers, pop stars and sporting legends all came together to congratulate her on 70 years of service. Even North Korea’s rogue leader Kim Jong-un sent a letter to the Queen. The state’s foreign ministry confirmed on its website that Mr Kim sent a letter congratulating the Queen and the British people.  North Korea and Britain established diplomatic relations in 2000 and have maintained embassies in each other’s capitals despite a steady decline in relations. Kim Jong-un, leader of North Korea, congratulated the Queen on the first day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations US President Joe Biden led the rest of the plaudits, saying: ‘For 70 years, you have inspired people with your selfless devotion and service to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Throughout your reign, the relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States has grown stronger and closer than ever.’ French president Emmanuel Macron described the Queen as ‘the golden...
    Princess Eugenie has paid a moving personal tribute to her 'grannie' the Queen on the eve of the monarch's historic Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Eugenie, 32, writing in The Spectator magazine, said she hoped her one-year-old son August would grow to have the Queen's 'patience, her calmness and her kindness while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye'. She described the nation's longest-reigning monarch as having transcended time and been 'a constant rock for so many'. Reflecting on her 'own special little family' with the arrival of August, who was born in February last year, Eugenie said: 'I think of my grannie and what she has stood for, for so many people and for our family during these 70 years. 'I'd love Augie to have her patience, her calmness and her kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.' Princess Eugenie has paid a moving personal tribute to her 'grannie' the Queen in a piece for The Spectator. PIctured together on a rare joint engagement at...
    In a magical merger of history and pageantry, English Heritage has illuminated Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain with eight images of the Queen’s 70-year reign, starting with her coronation in 1953, to mark the Platinum Jubilee.  The illuminated stone circle on Salisbury Plains, Wiltshire, included a black and white photograph of the now 96-year-old at her coronation in June 1953, when she was just 27. The Queen’s love for animals was also celebrated within the photos, which include her riding a horse and walking her beloved corgis in the 1960s and 1980s. The illuminated stone circle on Salisbury Plains, Wiltshire, included a black and white photograph of the now 96-year-old at her coronation in June 1953, when she was just 27 In one image from the 1960s the Queen, who has been riding since the age of three, was seen racing her horse wearing a smart riding jacket and headscarf. Another shot depicted her walking some of her corgis at the Cross Country course on the second day of the Windsor Horse Trials in 1980. The monarch wore a colourful navy,...
    The Queen's great-grandchildren are set to ride in a horse-drawn carriage as part of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations - in a rare public appearance together. According to royal editor Roya Nikkhah, writing in The Sunday Times, all of Her Majesty's UK-based great-grandchildren will take part in the special event at the final performance of 'Gallop Through History' during the Royal Windsor Horse Show, on 15th May. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, Savannah and Isla Phillips, Princess Eugenie's son August Brooksbank, Princess Beatrice's daughter Sienna Mapelli Mozzi, and Zara Tindall's children Lena, Lucas and Mia Tindall will take part.  It comes after undated footage of George, Charlotte and Louis climbing into a horse-drawn carriage at Windsor Castle while their mother watched on was shared on social media last month, which could have been a practice run for the event.  Prince Harry and Meghan's children Archie and Lilibet will not feature in the show, but it was confirmed last week that the couple will join the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June with their young son and daughter.  Ten of the Queen's twelve...
    PRINCE Charles has paid tribute to his "darling wife" Camilla after Her Majesty announced she will become Queen. In an address marking her Accession Day, Her Majesty, 95, said it was her “sincere wish” that the Duchess of Cornwall will be known as Queen Consort. 9Camilla will be handed the title Queen when Prince Charles takes the throne — in a stunning royal reversalCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9In an address marking her Accession Day, Her Majesty, 95, said it was her 'sincere wish' that the Duchess of Cornwall will be known as 'Queen Consort' Camilla was given lesser title Princess Consort after marrying Charles in 2005.  The Prince of Wales expressed his gratitude message marking the Queen's and paid tribute to his wife. "On this historic day, my wife and I join you all in congratulating Her Majesty The Queen on the remarkable achievement of serving this nation, the realms and Commonwealth for seventy years. "The Queen's devotion to the welfare of all her people inspires still greater admiration with each passing year. "We are deeply conscious of the...
    Queen Rania of Jordan today addressed Her Majesty's recent health issues, saying she was a 'strong woman' with 'hopefully many more years ahead of her'. The 51-year-old wife of King Abdullah II, who was speaking at Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman after welcoming the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall there this morning, said: 'we can all just hope to be as active as she is at that age' before sending the Jordanian royal family's best wishes to the British Monarch.  The 95-year-old Queen was said to be 'deeply disappointed' at having to take the 11th hour decision not to lead the nation's remembrance of its war dead in Westminster on Sunday because of a back sprain.  Heir-to-the-throne Charles and Camilla represented the Queen at the Cenotaph before jetting out on their first overseas tour since the pandemic began on Sunday afternoon.   The British royals touched down in Amman this morning and have spent much of their first day with King Abdullah II and Queen Rania.   
    Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers  Rating: Neutrino: Hunting the Ghost Particle Rating: Princes Philip and William were driving through rural Scotland one day when they spotted some youngsters on a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award trip. Philip stopped the car, wound down the window, and asked how they were getting on. ‘Jog on, grandpa,’ is the polite version of their reply. According to William, the Duke turned to his fellow passengers and said with a smile: ‘The youth of today.’ That was one of the better stories in Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers (BBC1). Originally planned to mark Philip’s 100th birthday, it made a fitting memorial instead. Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers (BBC1) was originally planned to mark Philip’s 100th birthday, but made a fitting memorial instead He’d probably have hated it: he famously never liked a fuss. But we got a rounded portrait of the man described by his granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor as ‘one of the most interesting people I have ever met’. We were reminded of his difficult childhood, his naval career,...
    Kate Middleton paid tribute to the Queen on Remembrance Sunday by donning a set of Her Majesty's diamond and pearl earrings. The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, wrapped up warm in a bespoke Catherine Walker coat, which featured tassel shoulder detail, and was adorned with a poppy.  The mother-of-three, who attended the scaled back commemorations alongside Prince Charles and Prince William, also opted to wear the Queen’s diamond and pearl drop earrings for the occasion. Both Kate and the Queen have chosen the earrings before to wear on particularly special occasions, with the Duchess choosing the set to leave the Lindo Wing with Prince Louis in 2018. Kate Middleton, 38, paid tribute to the Queen, 94, on Remembrance Sunday by donning a set of Her Majesty's diamond and pearl earrings for the scaled back event Her Majesty pictured wearing the same diamond and pearl earrings during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations The Queen sported the earrings for a service of thanksgiving and carriage procession during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012. And Kate chose them for a day of engagements in The...
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