Irish Twitter mocks death of Queen Elizabeth II and crowning of 73-year-old Prince Charles for getting his first job at such age KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Friday, September 9, 2022

Irish Twitter mocks death of Queen Elizabeth II and crowning of 73-year-old Prince Charles for getting his first job at such age

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Irish Twitter mocks death of Queen Elizabeth II and crowning of 73-year-old Prince Charles for getting his first job at such age.

Her eldest son, Charles, the Prince of Wales, succeeds her as king. His wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is expected to become queen consort, a title that Queen Elizabeth requested at the time of her Platinum Jubilee.

Charles's eldest son, Prince William, is now heir to the throne. The news comes just hours after Buckingham Palace released a statement noting concern for the royal’s health. In a rare comment, the palace confirmed on Sept. 8 that the Queen would remain under medical supervision at her home in Balmoral. Following the news, the Queen’s children and grandchildren traveled to be by her side, including her son and heir, Prince Charles, as well as Prince William and Prince Harry.

Born to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on April 21, 1926, Elizabeth II was not predestined to take the throne, and she spent her first decade in a relatively minor role in the royal family. This changed with the death of her grandfather King George V in 1936. The next in the line of royal succession was her uncle, Edward VIII, who abdicated the throne less than a year after his reign so he could marry American socialite Wallis Simpson. His brother (and Elizabeth’s father) Albert, who later took the name George VI, became king, which paved the way to Elizabeth becoming heir presumptive, as she had no brothers.

"The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon," Buckingham Palace said in a statement Thursday afternoon. "The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."

At age 21, she publicly pledged her dedication to public service. Around this time, she also became engaged to Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. They married on Nov. 20, 1947. Together, they had four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward.

The monarch officially ascended to the throne in February 1952, when her father died. The coronation occurred on June 2, 1953; it was the first televised coronation ceremony. Following Elizabeth II’s ascension, the Queen and prince traveled extensively, and she made hundreds of state visits throughout her reign — she was the most widely traveled monarch to date and served as the Head of the Commonwealth of more than 50 nations.

Reactions below:

Mabel: Brits today: You’re laughing!? Our Queen is dying and you’re all laughing!? Show some respect!
Irish Twitter: 

Musa: On behalf of Native Twitter, I would like to extend my congratulations to Irish Twitter on this amazing day.

Michael: Irish twitter is still protected by a whiteness that African twitter doesn’t have. 
To some people, the Irish celebrating the death of the Queen is an internal family matter. For bipoc, its something else entirely.

Palesa: Y’all so scandalized you should see whats going on on Irish twitter 🤭😩
Anyway, be guided they don’t need visa 🥲.

Fred: *Queen Elizabeth dies* 
*Black & Irish Twitter become unhinged*
Me scrolling on Black twitter for the last 3 hours:

Park: Irish, Indian, Kenyan, Nigerian, South African, and Caribbean Twitter right now. 

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