in

Queen Elizabeth II death: Australia’s politicians tribute the Queen at her Parliament House statue


Australia’s prime minister and other political leaders have laid wreaths at Parliament House to honour the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Governor-General David Hurley and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton marked the monarch’s passing with a ceremony at the Queen’s Terrace on Saturday morning.

The wreath-laying comes more than 30 years after the monarch opened the new Parliament House in 1988, which included unveiling a statue of herself.

The Queen’s eldest son became King Charles III immediately after her death in the early hours of Friday morning at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and other political leaders have laid wreaths at Parliament House to honour the late Queen Elizabeth II

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and other political leaders have laid wreaths at Parliament House to honour the late Queen Elizabeth II

(L-R) Australian senators Bridget McKenzie, Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Michaelia Cash prepare to lay a wreath at the statue of Queen Elizabeth II at Parliament House in Canberra

(L-R) Australian senators Bridget McKenzie, Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Michaelia Cash prepare to lay a wreath at the statue of Queen Elizabeth II at Parliament House in Canberra

In a speech overnight, the new king promised to serve the…



Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Celebrities, fans and ex-players go WILD for incredible Frances Tiafoe-Carlos Alcaraz semi-final

Stephen Miller is among more than a dozen Trump associates hit with subpoenas