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Offbeat Queen Elizabeth II.: Buckingham Palace receives more 50,000 condolence letters

16:20  01 october  2022
16:20  01 october  2022 Source:   spiegel.de

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stacks of condolences: Numerous people wrote to the Buckingham Palace after the Queen's death. Apparently you can expect an answer - if not by the king personally.

  Königin Elizabeth II.: Buckingham Palace erhält mehr 50.000 Kondolenzschreiben © Pool/ Getty Images

The news of the death of the Queen caused concern in many people - even if most of them had not personally known Elizabeth II. This dismay is also reflected in the amount of expression of mourning that will be received by the British royal family: the Buckingham Palace has received more than 50,000 condolence letters. The day after the state burial alone, 6500 letters were received.

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, before the Queen's death, according to the information, around 1000 letters with questions or good wishes reached the palace. Every letter and every card are read and answered carefully by the small correspondence team, it said in a statement.

pictures show big stacks of post - some are personally to the son of Queen,

King Charles III. , addressed, children's script is recognizable for others.

Elizabeth II died on September 8th at the age of 96 at her country residence in Balmoral in Scotland. It was buried on September 19 with a state burial of historical extent on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

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