Secret Letter Queen Elizabeth II in Australia is a mystery for everyone.
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Secret Letter Queen Elizabeth
A letter written by the recently deceased Queen Elizabeth II has been hidden in Australia and will not be read for another 63 years.
Queen Elizabeth II wrote this letter during her visit to Sydney in November 1986, that is, it has been 36 years. This letter was written by her to the people of Sydney, which was secretly stored in the historic Queen Victoria Building in Sydney.
Apparently no one knew what the letter contained because the envelope in which the letter was placed had clear instructions on the front of it as to when to open it, with the signature of Queen Elizabeth II on the envelope.
It was written that ‘on a suitable day in the year 2085, this envelope will be opened and then my message will be delivered to the people of Sydney. Now this envelope is inside a glass case.
Secret Letter Queen Elizabeth II
It should be remembered that the owner of the British throne was also the head of the country of Australia. And during her reign, Queen Elizabeth II visited Australia 16 times.
The letter from Queen Elizabeth is inside a vault in a historic building in Sydney and was written by her in November 1986 and is addressed to the people of Sydney.
nobody, not even the Queen’s personal staff, is aware of what the letter says because it is hidden inside a glass case in a secure location. One thing is sure, though: it can’t be opened until 2085.
Addressed to the Lord Mayor of Sydney, the instruction reads: “On a suitable day to be selected by you in the year 2085 A.D, would you please open this envelope and convey to the citizens of Sydney my message to them.”
It is simply signed, “Elizabeth R.”
As head of state, Queen Elizabeth II visited Australia 16 times.
“From her famous first trip to Australia, the only reigning sovereign to ever visit, it was clear Her Majesty held a special place in her heart for Australia,” Australia Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in a statement Friday.
On Friday, Sydney’s iconic Opera House was lit with a tribute to the Queen.
Neighbouring commonwealth country New Zealand Sunday also officially proclaimed King Charles III as its head of state in a televised ceremony, reported CNN.
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