Barack Obama and Michelle Obama jointly pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on social media

As the world mourns the death of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, at the age of 96, more and more tributes continue to flood social media. Among the many tributes is the joint statement of the former presidents of the United States. barack obama and his wife Michelle Obama Some of the longer statements are:

“From her coronation day 70 years ago (first televised) to this moment when countless tributes are being posted online in her honor, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has fascinated the world.Her Majesty was only 25 when she assumed the gargantuan task of commanding one of the world’s greatest democracies.In the decades that followed, she assumed the role of Queen. — a reign defined by grace, grace and a tireless work ethic, defying the possibilities and expectations placed on women of her generation.”

The statement continued with Obama sharing his own experience of knowing the Queen.

“Michelle and I were fortunate to get to know Her Majesty The Queen. She meant a lot to us. Spreading out and welcoming us onto the world stage with her extraordinary generosity, we have, time and time again, acknowledged her for her warmth, her way of putting people at ease, and the moments in which she was of great pomp and circumstance. I was impressed with how it brought with it a fair amount of humor and charm.

Barack and Michelle visited Buckingham Palace several times during their stay at the White House and developed a special relationship with the Queen. Barack Obama previously spoke on the occasion of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee earlier this summer. It was full.

Current President Joe Biden recently posted a similarly lengthy statement on social media honoring the late Queen.

https://celebrityinsider.org/barack-obama-and-michelle-obama-jointly-send-out-a-tribute-to-queen-elizabeth-ii-on-social-media-532722/ Barack Obama and Michelle Obama jointly pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on social media

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