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Danish royal family lead foreign royals tributes to Queen


In a message to King Charles, Queen Margrethe II wrote:  ‘Deeply moved by the sad news of your beloved mother’s death, I send you and Camilla my warmest thoughts and prayers,’ the Danish royal wrote. 

‘Your mother was very important to me and my family.

‘I send you and Camilla my warmest thoughts and prayers.

‘She was a towering figure among the European monarchs and a great inspiration to us all. We shall miss her terribly.

‘Her 70 years of reign and service to the people of the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth are an unprecedented and remarkable achievement.

‘We shall always remember her important contributions to their development and prosperity’.


King Felipe to King Charles III said: ‘Your Majesty, dearest Charles, Deeply saddened by the sorrowful news of the passing away of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, your beloved Mother, I would like to offer Your Majesty and the British people, on my behalf and on behalf of the Spanish Government and people, our most heartfelt condolences.

‘Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth has undoubtedly witnessed, written and shaped many of the most relevant chapters in the history of our world during the last seven decades.

‘Her sense of duty, commitment and a whole life devoted to serving the people of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland set an example for all of us and will remain as a solid and valuable legacy for future generations. 

Queen Letizia and I send Your Majesty and the whole Family our love and prayers. You are all in our hearts and thoughts.

‘We will miss Her dearly. With all my friendship and affection, Felipe.’


King Harald of Norway, a close cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, said: ‘Our thoughts are with His Majesty The King and the members of the Royal Family on the loss of Queen Elizabeth. For nearly a century, Her Majesty devoted her life to the service of the Commonwealth, following the British people through good days and bad, in times of happiness and sorrow. We also send our condolences to the British people.’ 


King Carl XVI Gustaf said: ‘With sadness, my family and I have today received the news that my dear relative, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, has passed away.

‘The Queen served Her countries and the Commonwealth with an outstanding devotion and sense of duty. She has been a constant presence, not only in British society but internationally. In addition, she has always been a good friend to my family and a link to our shared family history.’


King Philippe and Queen Mathilde wrote: ‘It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. She was an extraordinary personality.

‘We will always keep fond memories of this great Lady who, throughout her reign, showed dignity, courage and devotion.

‘Each of our encounters will remain etched in our memories forever. The United Kingdom has lost an exceptional monarch who left a deep mark on history.

‘We extend our deepest condolences to the Royal Family and the British people. Rest in peace, Your Majesty, with your beloved husband.’


The Grand Ducal Court of Luxembourg said on Twitter: ‘Their Royal Highnesses are deeply moved and saddened by the news of the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II, a monarch deeply attached to the friendship between our two countries. HRH the Grand Duke will send a message of condolence on behalf of the people of Luxembourg to the British Royal Family.’

Former Princess Tessy also posted her own statement on Instagram.


Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece thanked The Queen ‘for the kindness HM gave to my parents and family in times of need.’ 

Crown Princess Marie Chantal also said: ‘A sad day today on hearing that Her Majesty the Queen passed. May she Rest In Peace and I am sure the heavens have a special place for her. She taught us duty, honor, love and above all else courage. She ruled immaculately and was so loved. Thank you for your service and for showing my in-laws such kindness and love during their darkest days.’

Pavlos’s younger brother, Prince Nikolaos, also posted a tribute to ‘Aunt Lilibet’ on Instagram.


King Abdullah of Jordan said: ‘Jordan mourns the passing of an iconic leader. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was a beacon of wisdom and principled leadership for seven decades. She was a partner for Jordan and a dear family friend. We stand with the people and leadership of the UK at this difficult time’

Queen Rania said: ‘With a heavy heart we bid farewell to an icon of selfless dedication and unwavering commitment, a queen who embodied the traits of a faithful and devoted sovereign. The reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will forever be remembered. May her soul rest in eternal peace.

Crown Prince Hussein said: ‘Today we lost an exceptional and extraordinary leader. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was a great friend of Jordan throughout her reign. Our deepest condolences to the Royal Family and to the people of the United Kingdom.’

Prince Ali said: ‘Heartfelt condolences to our friends in Britain and the Royal family, may she rest in peace. Not only was she an outstanding head of state, but Queen Elizabeth II symbolised what a monarchy is about, leading a life of service and humility.’


The King and Queen of Bhutan said: ‘In an incredible reign of 70 years, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has inspired generations of people across the world. Through her tireless and selfless service to her people, Her Majesty will always be remembered for the wisdom, grace, dignity and strength she personified.

‘The passing of Queen Elizabeth II marks the end of an era, and we send our condolences to His Majesty The King, The Queen Consort, members of The Royal Family and the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.’


Alexander, the Crown Prince of Serbia and godson of The Queen, said:

‘It is with great sadness and grief that I have received the news about the death of my dear godmother, HM Queen Elizabeth II. I send my prayers, my wife and those of my family to Almighty God to give her everlasting peace in his Kingdom, and my deepest condolences to my dear cousins, His Majesty King Charles, and all other members of the Royal family of the United Kingdom. I share their grief in this difficult moment.

I will always fondly remember her great spirit, wisdom, and courage. It is well known how important godmothers and godfathers are for us Serbs, that is a special, sacred bond, and that is why this is so difficult and hard for me. Her dedication to serving her country and the people was a bright example of the role of a monarch in today’s world. She will be deeply missed by her people and all the persons in the world who had the pleasure of knowing this amazing woman, a role model, and an inspiration.’

 United Arab Emirates

The Ruler of Dubai said: ‘We join the world in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, a global icon who represented the finest qualities of her nation and people. Her incredible lifetime of service and duty to the United Kingdom is unparalleled in our modern world.’

The Ruler of Abu Dhabi and President of the UAE said: ‘I extend my sincere condolences to the family of Queen Elizabeth II and the people of the UK. Her Majesty was a close friend of the UAE and a beloved and respected leader whose long reign was characterised by dignity, compassion and a tireless commitment to serving her country.’


Margareta, the Custodian of the Romanian Crown said:  ‘Her Majesty Margareta of Romania and HRH The Prince Consort learned with immense sorrow of the news of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

‘The British sovereign passed away this afternoon at Balmoral Castle. Queen Elizabeth II and King Michael I, both descendants of Queen Victoria, were linked throughout their lives by affection, admiration and warm friendship.

‘Throughout her life, for Margareta Custodian of the Crown, Queen Elizabeth II was an unparalleled support, a model of royal leadership and courage, and a beacon.

‘Queen Elizabeth was always present in the life of the Romanian Royal Family and kept an uninterrupted family connection. After the passing of King Michael and the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II remained the fundamental point of reference, a moral, intellectual, emotional and institutional support.


Prince Leka of Albania posted a tribute to The Queen on Instagram: ‘Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, rests in peace today after more than 70 years of exclusive service to the state, the British people and 14 Commonwealth nations around the globe that knew her for their sovereignty. 

‘A living testimony of the embodiment of national sovereignty in its most common sense, Elizabeth II represents the timeless message of state continuity, the Crown, which stands unshakable with devotion and consciousness in the face of challenge and uncertainty rive rive rive has arrived. Related by blood, albeit from afar, to Queen Geraldine, she will remain a mentor to anyone aspiring to serve the national interest, wherever she is, and to the greatness of the state that is the refuge and shield of society. I like to accompany this tribute with the photograph of the intimate moment when the Queen decorated the great Albanian Mother Teresa with the Order of Merit, in 1983. May God accept him in His mercy and welcome His British Majesty King Charles III.’



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