Queen Elizabeth described her death as ‘Paradise in the Highlands’


Queen Elizabeth described her death as ‘Paradise in the Highlands’

Balmoral held an important place in Queen Elizabeth’s heart, where she breathed her last on Thursday, September 8.

“The Queen passed away peacefully in Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen Consort will remain in Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow,” the official announcement read.

Britain’s longest-serving monarch spent her last days on a 50,000-acre estate she described as a ‘Paradise in the Highlands’.

In the ITV documentary Our Queen at Ninety, Prince Andrew shared how the Royal Family spend time in Balmoral.

“Hiking, picnicking, dogs — lots of dogs, there are always dogs — and people walking in and out all the time,” he said.

“It is a nice base for grandparents, for us to come and see them there; where you just have room to breathe and run.”

The royals flew to the Scottish house every summer to spend precious time with the Queen and Prince Philip.

The monarch traveled to her beloved home to mark the start of her traditional summer vacation in July.

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