According to the British royal family, Queen Elizabeth is still mourning the death of her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died on the 9th last week. April passed away, but that didn’t stop her from fulfilling her royal duties.
It must have been painful for the Queen to write her first official letter after her recent loss, and unfortunately Prince Philip’s name was not included.
British monarch sympathizes with St. Vincent and the Grenadines
The Queen, in her first official letter since her husband’s death, expressed her condolences to the people of St Vincent and the Grenadines, a Commonwealth country, after it was hit by a series of volcanic eruptions.
While previous statements of this nature usually begin with the Duke of Edinburgh and me, this was the first to be written since the death of her husband, and Prince Philip’s official title was sadly missing from the message.
I am saddened by the devastation and serious unrest caused by the volcanic eruptions of recent days and my thoughts are with the many people and families who have been evacuated from their homes and whose livelihoods have been affected, the Queen wrote. I thank the emergency services and all those who took part in the rescue operation.
She ended her remarks by telling the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines that their prayers will remain with them as they try to get through difficult times.
The Queen has not yet responded publicly to the death of her longtime husband, aside from the statement she made on his behalf about his passing. Other members of the royal family shared their messages and congratulations to the late Duke of Edinburgh, in memory of his life and in honor of his death.
The day after Prince Philip’s death, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, told the Queen’s daughter-in-law in tears outside Windsor Castle that the Queen was extraordinary.
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According to reports, Queen is processing her loss and is regaining her strength with family members by her side. Being with someone for 73 years and never seeing them again would undoubtedly have broken someone, but Queen continues to fulfill her duties, knowing that this is what Prince Philip would have wanted for her.
One person close to the royal family said the queen would never relinquish it, because duty, honor and public service are as deep in her as they are in him. So, to longer reunions with the lonely self in the future.
Volcanic eruption in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The eruption of the La Soufrière volcano in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has led to the interruption of classes for nearly 33,000 children who do not know when they will be able to resume their lessons. More than 70 of the islands’ 94 primary and secondary schools are among the 89 shelters for more than 4,000 residents forcibly displaced.
An estimated 16,000 to 20,000 people are on the run, many finding temporary shelter on their own.
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