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08 Sep 2022

“She always put duty first, long after others of her generation had retired. When she became queen, people anticipated a new Elizabethan age of peace and prosperity. Such optimism was justified, with decades of great change and mostly rising living standards. During her long life, she weathered many storms. Elizabeth II mostly stood apart from controversy in the royal family - particularly in her later years - and will justly be remembered as one of the best-loved monarchs of the modern period.”

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