28. Her Majesty was the monarch of 14 countries in addition to Great Britain and Head of State of the 54-member Commonwealth of Nations.
29. But these were not her only roles. was doing.
30. As Head of State, Her Majesty had to remain neutral on political issues. Therefore, she did not vote or run for office. however, royal website According to accounts, the monarch had ceremonial and formal roles related to the British government, such as opening new sessions of parliament and approving orders and proclamations through the Privy Council. I was also able to meet
31. The Queen will meet in Parliament in May 2021 67 days time— as Buckingham Palace said, opened it every year during her reign, with the exception of 1959 and 1963 (when she was pregnant and pregnant with Princes Andrew and Prince Edward) and 2022.”temporary mobility issues.”
32. Audiences, or one-on-one meetings, were part of Her Majesty’s work.according to royal website, there are more than 170 ambassadors and high commissioners in London at any one time, and the monarch will have an audience with each one shortly after the individual assumes the role. She also met weekly with the prime minister to discuss government issues.
33. By 2016 the Queen will 660+ investments (an event that honors individuals for their merit, valor, or service to Britain and its overseas territories).
34. His Majesty had more than 600 patrons.
35. Her reign was not entirely without criticism. For example, after Princess Diana died in 1997, Her Majesty the Queen did not return to London at first, staying at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, and the fact that the British flag was not originally flown at half-staff. faced criticism of The day of Diana’s funeral. The monarch later addressed the death of the Princess of Wales in a televised statement.
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