Queen Elizabeth II has died at age 96, in Scotland

It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Queen Elizabeth II of England. Surrounded by family, she passed away peacefully at her home in Scotland on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96. While the cause of death was not revealed, the queen’s long and illustrious life will be remembered by many.

As head of the British monarchy, Queen Elizabeth II presided over immense change and growth. She was married to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, for more than 74 years, and together they had four children: Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward. During her lifetime, she saw 14 Prime Ministers come and go, as well as vast changes in technology, culture, and society. Her impact on the world will be felt for generations to come.

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Elizabeth’s lengthy reign as the queen has come to an end. She was crowned in 1952 at the age of 26 and has since become the longest-reigning monarch in English history. Liz Truss, the most recent prime minister, was elected this month.

Plans for the queen’s succession are extensive and complex. Charles, her eldest son, will ascend to the throne later this month, following a 10-day mourning period. The queen’s death marks the end of an era, and she will be greatly missed but her legacy will live on forever.