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Since Elizabeth II passed away, which happened on September 8 this year at Balmoral, many fans of the royal family have been wondering: why did no one see the late monarch during the farewell ceremony? At least 200 thousand people came to say goodbye to the Queen, who had to stand in line for at least 16 hours, but they never saw Elizabeth’s face. Conspiracy theorists have already begun to build crazy theories about what could have caused this. However, when reporters of The Telegraph turned to specialists for clarification, the answer turned out to be very simple.
The last time a British monarch abdicated, it sparked a constitutional crisis in the UK, but it also led to the long reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
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Queen Elizabeth passed away on Thursday, September 8 which, coincidentally, was also the first day of school at Lambrook for Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. For the next week, as their mother Kate Middleton drove them to school each day, the trio could see preparations for the Queen’s funeral continually unfold—and one part of the process in particular fascinated them, the new Princess of Wales said.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly flew home from the U.K. on Wednesday, September 21—nearly two weeks after they originally planned to return to California after a European mini-tour set to conclude on Thursday, September 8. Ultimately, of course, that day became one the world will remember forever: the day the Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral Castle at 96.