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Kyle Sandilands' letter he sent to his beloved Queen Elizabeth II before she died


Read proud royalist Kyle Sandilands’ sweet letter he sent to his beloved Queen Elizabeth II before she died – written on a ‘King Kyle’ letterhead

Kyle Sandilands’ love for the late Queen Elizabeth II knows no bounds. 

The radio presenter, 51, put his heart on his sleeve – or on paper – as, on Friday, he read out on the Kyle and Jackie O Show the letter he once wrote to the monarch.

As an added flare, and to make the Queen think he was a ‘head of state’, he printed the note with his brand’s King Kyle logo as the letterhead. 

Kyle Sandilands', 51, (pictured) love for the late Queen Elizabeth II knows no bounds

Kyle Sandilands’, 51, (pictured) love for the late Queen Elizabeth II knows no bounds

Poking fun at himself, Kyle read the letter aloud to his co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson. 

‘Dear Madam, I first saw you many years ago when you visited Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. I stood beside the Church of England with my grandmother and mother waiting for your arrival,’ he started. 

‘When you finally drove past, unfortunately you were looking in the other direction. I was waving regardless and my grandmother told me, “She doesn’t need to see you to know you’re there.” 

The radio presenter put his heart on his sleeve - or on paper - as, on Friday, he read out on the Kyle and Jackie O Show the letter he once wrote to the monarch (pictured)

The radio presenter put his heart on his sleeve – or on paper – as, on Friday, he read out on the Kyle and Jackie O Show the letter he once wrote to the monarch (pictured)

‘From that day on I always admired you and your whole family, and I was fascinated in what it takes and what life’s like as a royal. I’ve watched and followed all members of your family since that day.’

The shock jock went on to tell the Queen he ‘grew up poor’ and came ‘from a broken family’ to garner ‘sympathy points’. 

He said he became homeless as a teenager but was inspired by ‘Your Majesty’ to pick himself up and chase his dream of becoming a radio broadcaster. 

As an added flare, and to make the Queen think he was a 'head of state', he printed the note with his brand's King Kyle logo as the letterhead. (Pictured: A mock-up of Kyle's letter)

As an added flare, and to make the Queen think he was a ‘head of state’, he printed the note with his brand’s King Kyle logo as the letterhead. (Pictured: A mock-up of Kyle’s letter)

Poking fun at himself, Kyle read the letter aloud to his co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson (pictured)

Poking fun at himself, Kyle read the letter aloud to his co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (pictured)

‘Since then, I’ve become quite successful and I owe a lot of that to you,’ he continued.

‘You have inspired me my whole life and I think you’ve done that through a remarkable job, and you’ve done that for many people around the world.’ 

Kyle finished off the letter by writing it was an ‘honour’ to be the Queen’s ‘most humble and obedient servant’. 

'I stood beside the Church of England with my grandmother and mother waiting for your arrival,' he started. (Pictured with Prince Philip at Parliament House in Canberra during her Australia tour in 1954)

‘I stood beside the Church of England with my grandmother and mother waiting for your arrival,’ he started. (Pictured with Prince Philip at Parliament House in Canberra during her Australia tour in 1954)

He was devastated as he arrived to work Friday morning, paying tribute to Her Majesty after waking up to news she had died at the age of 96.

The KIIS FM radio host, a proud royalist and life-long supporter of The Queen, said the loss felt like a death in the family.

‘I feel like a family member has died,’ he told Jackie, 47, who broke down in tears several times during the broadcast.

He was devastated as he arrived to work Friday morning, paying tribute to Her Majesty after waking up to news she had died at the age of 96

He was devastated as he arrived to work Friday morning, paying tribute to Her Majesty after waking up to news she had died at the age of 96 

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