Party Hosting, Dog Sadness, and TV Weatherman Crash

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Queen Elizabeth, left “distraught” by the death of one of her oldest and most loyal dogs months before her death, sent the dog’s remains back to Windsor to give back to her old friend, that Reported on Saturday.

However, she was said to have hosted an informal dinner party for some of her cousins ​​in “shining form” just four days before her death. It will strengthen the feeling of decreased dramatically and unexpectedly in a very short period of time.

An informal dinner took place the Sunday before she died. an informant told Sun: “It’s unusual because it was so casual. No one was fashionably dressed. But the Queen was glittery. She was very, very cheerful. She was joking and funny. I was fine.”

‘The Crown’ star Matt Smith: Queen Elizabeth watched the show on the projector and Harry called me ‘Grandpa’

of daily mail Reported by Richard Kay Her ‘Dorgi’ (dachshund-corgi crossbreed) Candy died at the ripe old age of 18, at the beginning of the Queen’s summer vacation in Balmoral, Scotland.

According to Kay, the Queen has moved away from the practice of burying dogs where dogs are buried, instead flying candy to Windsor and requesting that the dogs be buried near a corgi named Vulcan, a longtime companion.

Her family’s staff were very surprised by the move, and “see it as a sign that the Queen intended to return to Windsor at the end of her vacation and oversee the placement of the tombstones herself,” says Kaye.

of daily mail In her last few weeks, she got a little obsessed with a famously hot BBC weatherman named Tomasz Shafanakar. She was amused to hear Cadence when his name was read, but she also loved watching him. “

Queen Elizabeth II dies “peacefully” at the age of 96. King Charles III succeeds her.

When it was suggested that she might not take the oath of office for new Prime Minister Liz Truss, Sun To tell, queen “Of course I have to. It’s my job,” he countered.

of Post She also quotes Rt Rev Dr Iin Greenshields, a senior parishioner from Scotland who had lunch with her on the Sunday four days before her death.

he said: She was so positive when I broke up with her on Sunday and I can’t believe how much things have changed in those few days. “

of Post She added that on Tuesday, just two days before her death, she told racehorse trainer Clive Cox about her horse affair.

Cox said: She was sharp as a tack. “

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