Death of Elizabeth II: from Helen Mirren to Paddington, a rain of tributes for the queen -…

Sovereign to the reign of an exceptional, extraordinary longevity, Elizabeth II died this Thursday at the age of 96. Rain of tributes in the wake of the announcement of the death of the most famous queen in the world.

Death of Elizabeth II from Helen Mirren to Paddington a

London Bridge is Down. This is the code name given to the plan planned since the 1960s and organizing the course of the days following the death of the queen Elizabeth II. It is now effective since this Thursday, September 8, in the early evening, at the announcement of the death of the queen. Dean of all crowned heads, reigning for 70 years, she died at the venerable age of 96.

An extraordinary destiny for the one the British affectionately described as “nation’s beloved grandmother”the true cement and soul of a country which accompanied the sometimes tragic upheavals of Great Britain throughout its reign.

In the wake of the announcement of her death, many tributes from all over the world saluted the memory of the sovereign. In good place obviously the British talents, starting with Daniel Craigwhich had turned this brilliant and facetious sequence with her in 2012, when he played James Bond.

“She leaves an incomparable legacy” did he react. “Like so many others, I was deeply saddened by today’s news and my thoughts are with the Royal Family, those they loved and all who loved them.”

“We mourn a woman who, with or without a crown, was the very embodiment of nobility” wrote on her Instagram account the actress Helen Mirrenwho won the Oscar for Best Actress for her extraordinary composition in The Queen. She later resumed the Queen’s clothes on stage at the theater in a play entitled The Audienceon Broadway and at the West End theater in London, from 2013 to 2015.

The English Pop Star Elton Johnwho was knighted by the Queen in 1998, spoke out. “Along with the rest of the nation, I am deeply saddened to hear the news of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. She was an inspiring presence and led the country through some of our greatest and darkest times with grace, decency and genuine benevolent warmth” he wrote on his Twitter account. “Queen Elizabeth has been a big part of my life from childhood until today, and I will miss her very much” added the 75-year-old singer.

The Rolling Stones group also reacted via a tweet, expressing “their deepest sympathy to the Royal Family on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was a constant presence in their lives as in countless others”.

The singer Mick Jagger added a more personal message on their own account. “All my life, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has always been there. As a child, I remember watching the highlights of her wedding on TV. I remember her as a beautiful young woman, the nation’s beloved grandmother. My deepest condolences go out to the Royal Family.”

Even the adorable bear Paddington is in mourning, having shared a cup of tea with her last June, for her platinum jubilee, which celebrated her 70 years of reign. “Thank you for everything Madam”…

The British branch of the Disney firm also did not fail to pay tribute, by publishing a nice drawing showing the queen with Winnie the Pooh:

Speaking of Disney, the former CEO Bob Iger also spoke out. “The world has lost an extraordinary person, Queen Elizabeth. I have always respected and appreciated her energy, her dedication, her courage…her deep sense of duty…and the fact that she loved her job and her people. loved back. The true and sad end of an era….”

Elizabeth II has “earned his rest” for his part wrote JK Rowlingthe author of the Harry Potter saga. “She carried out her duty to the country until her last hours, and became a constant and positive symbol of Britain throughout the world.”

We will end with the reaction of the actress Charlotte Ramplingwho spoke on France Inter this morning. “I felt invaded by something very powerful, not because Elizabeth II disappeared, but because it was as if I had lived all these years with her. She stabilized my country”.

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