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R. I. P. Your Majesty 21/04/1926 - 08/09/2022


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I am not a royal subject but respectfully post some pics of the departed Queen visiting our favorite ladyboy country.

These are all pics published in memoriam by the Bangkok Post (https://www.bangkokpost.com/photo/2388275/queen-elizabeth-ii-in-thailand-in-november-1996) and should therefore be OK also as far as mod1 and Duke.

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It was one of those events that you could not stop watching. I gave up at 2.00am after starting at 8.00pm. Could not stay awake any longer.

A fascinating spectacle that I believe no other country could match for its overall presentation. Well done the UK and the Commonwealth.

A fitting end to a Queen who attended to her duties with class and distinction.

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