Lifelong Arsenal Fan, Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 96

By Sportarsh Team
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Queen Elizabeth II dies at the age of 96, ending the longest reign of any British monarch.

Doctors were worried about her health today, and her children and grandchildren rushed to Balmoral. The world mourns and celebrates the devoted sovereign who ruled the country for 70 years.

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The former Prince of Wales, the Queen’s son, becomes King and is expected to address the nation shortly. When her father, King George VI, died on February 6, 1952, Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary became Queen at the age of 25.

Her reign included 15 British Prime Ministers ranging from Sir Winston Churchill to Liz Truss, as well as 14 US Presidents. On September 9, 2015, she surpassed Queen Victoria’s reign as the longest-reigning British monarch.

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Was The Queen A Gooner?

Well…the answer is YES!..

The Queen (now deceased) is an Arsenal supporter, though she never openly admitted it to the world during her lifetime.

During a reception at Buckingham Palace in 2007, she told Cesc Fabregas that she was a “fan” of the team. As of now, Arsenal is the only English team to have had tea and biscuits at the Palace.

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