Queen Elizabeth II, the most modish empress ever, died at the age of 96 at Balmoral castle. Her eldest son King Charles addressed the nation, saying, " Queen Elizabeth was a life lived; a promise with destiny kept, and she is mourned most deeply in her passing".

Queen Elizabeth II,  in full Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, was born on April 21, 1926 in London, England.  Unlike most of royal babies, she was born in a house in Mayfair. Her nickname was Libbey. She was the eldest daughter of Prince Albert, duke of York and his wife. There were so few chances for her to rule as a monarch, but when her uncle, i.e. King George's younger son, abdicated in her father's favour in December 1936, made way for her destined monarchy. From the beginning only, she was a very up-to-the-minute kind of person.

The princess’s education was supervised by her mother, who appointed a governess-Marion Crawford. Not exposed much to the outer world, because of the royalty factor, she still got that warmth and kindness towards people.

During world war II, Elizabeth, with her younger sister Rose was mostly out of London, living at Balmoral castle in Scotland and the Royal Lodge, and Windsor castle. This loneliness made her responsible for her younger one and the nation.

Elizabeth joined the Women's Auxiliary territorial service during the war showing her passion to serve her country.

After her father’s demise, she was coronated as the Queen; this journey from a patriotic girl to a neutral STATES’ HEAD was not very charming as seen in the movies. She had to face many ups and downs, too, like any other human, to succeed in this life. Along with the praises, she heard criticism about being “an absent mother”, “an unexpressive in case of constitutional decisions”, and “very distanced from the public” in certain incidents. These critical statements didn’t crumble her feelings to be loyal and truthful toward constitutional morality. The Queen was reticent about her personal life, living with full simplicity. But she worked with full devotion to maintain the integrity of the Nation and performed her duties with full justification.

Revealing the glimpse of The Royal Family through television in the 1970s was a bold step for her, showcasing her evolving thoughts about the modern world.

The interest in the Royal family was a priority for the public after the popular show The Crown made a debut on Netflix in 2016, disclosing many concealed aspects of the royal life to some extent.

 Countries, Queen  ruled as the State Head:

Elizabeth, the queen of the United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, The Bahamas, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua new Guinea, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Solomon islands, Tuvalu and St Vincent and the Grenadines. In 2021, Barbados declared itself as free from Queen's rule.

  How the demise of the queen is affecting Britain’s economy?

 The demise of this empress could be threatening to the economy of Britain and other countries ruled by her. As England is already facing a recession and a nuclear crisis, the cost of change in the national anthem, The Royal Cypher, coins, stamps etc. will worsen the inflationary trends. These changes will take a lifetime and which is not only going to affect the consolidated fund but can disrupt the governance of the various nations.  This can lead to an economic crisis as after the covid-pandemic the global market is very unpredictable. In such emergency cases, PM Truss and King Charles III have to cooperate in making the economy stable by taking some proactive procedures to avoid chaos.

As pledged by the successor King Charles III, "I too now solemnly pledge myself, throughout the remaining time God grants me, to uphold the constitutional principles at the heart of the nation". He assured his loyalty, respect and love in serving his nation. He also announced the title Prince of Wales to his eldest son Prince William. 

Now is the time to prove the legacy through constitutional measures.

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