- One of the Queens legacies is the Common wealth family, which started off with just a collection of 7 countries, and has now grown to 56 strong nations through her unwavering strength and leadership.
I have never known any monarch on the throne apart from her. I have had the absolute honor to have served the queen for all my career, I was born after she reigned so this is a profound moment for us.
These are remarks by British High Commissioner to Uganda H.E Kate Airey in mourning the Queen of England, Elizabeth II who passed away Thursday, at her Scottish estate, officially known as the Balmoral Castle.
Her phenomenal sense of duty, public service but also the dignity and grace with which she did that, was an inspiration to many of us as British diplomats serving overseas, we look forward to serving King Charles now going forward.
According to H.E Airey One of the Queens legacies is the Common wealth family, which started off with just a collection of 7 countries, and has now grown to 56 strong nations through her unwavering strength and leadership,
“There shouldn’t be any worry about any changes with her demise, the British monarch and the Queen herself championed continuity” we highly believe that King Charles will manage well.
Interview with the British High Commissioner to Uganda Her Excellency Kate Airey following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
This is a special truly egalitarian organization which is growing from strength to strength with more counties wanting to join in. All countries however small have an equal voice and have tackled issues that affect all of us including Climate change, economic growth, women issues among others, she adds.
Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning monarch in British history, died at age 96, the royal family announced her death, saying the queen “died peacefully” at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
A condolence book has been opened up at the British High Commission for the public to offer their condolences over the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
H.E Airey notes that the book will be available from today till next week on Friday, 10am to 3pm.
The overpowering love and support from within and across the world goes to show that the Queen had a Phenomenal leadership, members of the public will be allowed to access the High Commission through the Lincoln lane entrance to be able to sign the book, she says.
Ugandans are very warm people, this even the Queen talked about.
After her visit to Uganda during the CommonWealth conference in 2007, she spoke warmly about Uganda,
She mentioned the friendliness of the Ugandan people being such a strength of this nation as well as the connection between the UK and Uganda being deep and broad.
The Queen will receive a state funeral at London’s Westminster Abbey ten days after her death and will thereafter be buried at Windsor Castle. Meanwhile, King Charles III has declared that the period of Royal mourning for the Queen will be observed until seven days after the funeral.
The date of the Funeral is yet to be announced.