Goodbye, Queen E

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By June Ramli

My late grandmother was a huge fan of the British Royal family.
So much so that in the past one of my most memorable childhood memories is remembering how my London-based aunty would always return to Malaysia with loads of goodies bearing the Royal family faces for my beloved grandmother.

The Commonwealth contingent made up of the Australian Defence Force, Canadian Armed Forces and New Zealand Defence Force join the British Armed Forces during Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II state funeral in London. Picture by Sergeant Jarrod McAneney.

All these merchandises would be well kept and hardly used making them look pristine at all times.
I even remember seeing some merchandise surrounding Charles and Lady’s D ill fated 1981 wedding littered throughout her house once.
She had held on to them even after the couple went their separate ways. 

Britain’s King Charles III  (C), waves to students. The former Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were on a royal visit to Malaysia in 2017 before traveling to India.  EPA-EFE/FAZRY ISMAIL

As a family, we have always loved Diana. 
But today’s commentary is going to be centred around on Queen E
Queen Elizabeth has always been a part of our lives and it is going to be uber weird now that she is no longer with us with her son Charles taking her place.
I have heard some really good things about Queen E in regards to her mannerism from a Malaysian dignitary who is now fighting a big corruption charge in Malaysia

Britain’s Charles,  delivers a speech during an official dinner with the Greek President at the presidential mansion in Athens, Greece. EPA-EFE/ANGELOS TZORTZINIS.

Apparently, Queen E was a really down to earth person who had no air at all.
This dignitary had stayed over at the Buckingham palace after attending a banquet of sorts and the next morning, a plain cloth looking queen donning a headscarf came over to send them off when it was time for them to leave the palace grounds. 
She even stayed and waited until the chauffeur drove them off.  

A picture dated 18 November 2007 shows (front) Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (C) and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (R) and Prince Charles (L), (back L- R) Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward at Clarence House during a dinner hosted by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall to mark the forthcoming Diamond Wedding Anniversary of The Queen and The Duke in London, Britain (reissued 09 April 2021.
A family portrait of the British royal family dated Nov 18, 2007.

The Queen’s rather chill or sempoi attitude as the Malays would call it, really shocked this dignitary to the core.
Nothing was said to me about her son King Charles III but after seeing some bloopers on Twitter, I already have my doubts on how long this family is going to last under his stewardship.
His mannerism had reminded me of the King from the Emperor’s New Groove
On another note, I feel that Australia should stand on its own to feet and stop making UK royals heads of states here.
The UK is after all a separate country with its own set of laws.
So, why does a working royal be given so much power in Australia when the country itself is miles and miles away from the UK.

Britain’s Prince William on Sept 9, 2020. EPA-EFE/Brian Lawless.

No one really knows how much this arrangement is costing the country. 
But despite that I did a simple Google search and found some figures here.
I know it is going to be very hard for Australia to separate itself from the UK, but try, mate.
Just so you know, this arrangement you have with the UK government really looks silly from the outside.

(L-R) Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex on Oct 12, 2018. EPA-EFE/WILL OLIVER.

Just imagine a Malaysian or Bruneian King holding a position of power in Australia?
I know it is not the same considering the history Australia has with the UK but it’s kind of the same considering the fact that this is still going on in 2022. 
Now how does that feel?

Britain’s Prince William (L) and Prince Harry arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, Britain, on Dec 14, 2017. EPA-EFE/ANDY RAIN

Weird right?
But this is just my two cents. 
Anyway, goodbye Queen E, thank you for the memories. 

Britain’s Prince William, (L) and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, (R) walk through a sea of red poppies inside the moat at the Tower of London in London, Britain on Aug 5, 2014. EPA-EFE/WILL OLIVER.

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