How to leave a virtual message for Queen Elizabeth II on the official Royal Family book

How to leave a virtual message for Queen Elizabeth II on the official Royal Family book

Death of Queen Elizabeth II

A page has been opened on the Royal Family website to leave a reminder of the sovereign. A selection will then be sent to members of the royal family.

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Death of Queen Elizabeth II

Social networks are full of messages. TikTok, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter have become an open book in which to write memories, greetings and tributes to Queen Elizabeth II. The expressions on her face, the length of her reign and even her outfits have contributed to her becoming a sovereign of social media as well as of the Commonwealth and the United Kingdom. Also for this reason the Royal Family, always attentive to the social side, has decided to open a virtual Book of Condolence after her death. Here anyone can leave a message that will end up in the royal archives.

Access is easy. First you need to go to the official website of the Crown: royal.uk. After the official announcement of the death and the messages left by the other members of the Royal Family, a long post appears dedicated to all the ceremonials to follow for the Queen’s death: Mourning and Condolence arrangements at the Royal Residences. Here it is explained how to leave floral tributes in front of all the royal residences and it is clarified that there will be no physical book to leave a memory for the queen in front of these palaces. On the other hand, there is an official Book of Condolence in which everyone can write.

The procedure for leaving a message

Once the link dedicated to the Book of Condolence you land in a form where you can leave your name and surname, email address and city of origin. Once these fields have been filled in, just write a message, your words will be stamped with the Royal Family crest. As explained on this page, a selection of messages will be presented directly to royalty and will be kept for posterity in the Buckingham Palace archives.

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