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The greatest valediction in world history writes ROBERT HARDMAN


As in life, so in death, she was incomparable. The sovereign whose reign and life and travels surpassed those of every other monarch has finally been laid to rest with unarguably the greatest valediction in British, if not world, history.

The odyssey of emotions that carried Elizabeth II from the forests of Aberdeenshire and on through two ancient capitals came to a spectacular journey’s end yesterday afternoon at Windsor Castle.

Had William the Conqueror’s fortress, at any point in its 1,000-year history, looked down upon scenes quite like this?

Here was the noblest avenue in the land – the Long Walk – filled to every ancient inch of its immense, oak and chestnut-crowned magnificence in honour of the Longest Reign.

Unspoken was the same heartfelt message from all: Welcome home, Ma’am. Thus ends the modern Elizabethan age.

Mourned by millions lining the roads through London, Surrey and Royal Berkshire, Elizabeth II went to her Maker via not one but two stupendous church…



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