With a brilliant ceremony, Great Britain said the finally, cheers at Queen Elizabeth. Hundreds of world leaders, including the US president, Joe Bidenattended the ceremony, while thousands of people gathered in central London.
The ceremony was impressive and was broadcast online to most of the world’s media, creating a simultaneous global event.
The… mysterious letter
With her death, proceedings were initiated in relation to the protocol to be followed after the death of the monarch. The queen remained on the throne for 70 years. Seven decades in which he saw 15 British Prime Ministers change hands.
Also, during this period, he had the opportunity to make numerous trips, including to Australia, where he traveled up to 16 times.
On one of her official visits, she delivered a… mysterious letter that cannot be opened until the year 2085. It will take 63 years for the contents of her letter, which was written in November 1986, to be revealed.
Elizabeth II wrote it illegibly and it was later placed in a vault in a historic building in Sydney.
The Queen Victoria Building (QVB), in an exhibit, shows only the outer part of the letter, on which the following text can be read.
“To the Honorable the Mayor of Sydney, Australia. Greetings. On a suitable day of your choosing in the year 2085 AD, please open this envelope and convey my message to the citizens of Sydney.’
Therefore, the contents of this letter will remain a mystery until the year 2085, while the letter is kept inside a glass case in a well-guarded area of the building.
Elizabeth’s first trip to Australia was in 1954, when she was just 27 and just two years after her coronation. The last time he visited the country was in 2011.
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