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Nigerians In Diaspora Storm Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral In Stunning Asoebi Outfits (Photo)

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Nigerians in Disapora have stirred up reactions looking at the lengths they went to honor the late Queen Elizabeth II of England..






Queen Elizabeth, who ruled the United Kingdom for the longest period of time and served as its symbol for seven decades, passed away on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96.

“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement”.

Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the ripe old age of 96, yet many people were shocked to learn of her passing when Buckingham Palace issued an official announcement.

Photos of the late Queen inundated the internet when the tragic news broke, and many people shared touching tributes to honor the Monarch’s legacies.

Her state funeral was place in London’s historic Westminster Abbey this morning, September 19.

Days of meticulously planned public activities, like as a regal procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, were held in advance of the funeral.

Throughout the four days the queen lay in state, there were many people waiting in long lines to pass the queen’s coffin. They waited up for miles.

The queen’s coffin was carried in a strolling procession to Hyde Park after the formal funeral service.

Once in a state hearse, it was transported to the queen’s ultimate resting place at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel, where her late husband Prince Philip and sister Princess Margaret are also buried.

Many people came out on the streets to mourn the Queen. Nigerians were spotted slaying in Disapora wearing asoebis made of ankara cotton with the Queen’s face embroidered on them as a means of honoring the longest reigning monarch in their own special way.

After her passing, her eldest son Charles, 73, immediately ascended to the throne of the United Kingdom and was also named king of 14 other nations, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.

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