Queen Elizabeth (1926-2022) and the Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021)

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There will be no official public event to mark the first anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth, a royal spokesman has said.

The King is to spend 8 September "quietly and privately". The day also marks his own accession to the throne.

There are also no plans for a private gathering of the Royal Family on the anniversary.

Senior royals will be in Balmoral in Aberdeenshire over the summer, the place where the Queen died last year.

Queen Elizabeth's death at the age of 96 followed the longest reign of any British monarch


It's expected that family members will be there at various times over the summer, but a Buckingham Palace spokesman has suggested they will not hold any formal, private, gathering to mark the death of the late Queen.
The same as the late Queen did on her own accensionday.
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