The sound of cannon fire echoes across London. 96 shots: one round for each year of Queen Elizabeth’s life.
Buckingham Palace has been in grief and mourning for an entire country. Thousands of people gathered, as if she fully believed she was really gone.
“She seemed like an amazing figure in history. She didn’t choose to do this job, but she’s on her last leg,” Terry said at Buckingham Palace.
“You knew it was coming,” Ellie said. was. […] And this is someone’s true loss [was] Such a global icon and a wonderful presence for all of us. It is also a celebration and reflection about
For many, Elizabeth II represented being British. An immovable symbol, a model in an ever-changing world. She was a monarch who lived for her work and brought dignity and decency.
Britain has concluded an important chapter in its history. Thousands are left with an unprecedented sense of disorientation.
It takes a long time to process.
Watch Anelise Borges’ report from Buckingham Palace in the video player above.