Royal Family opens official book of condolence for tributes to the Queen

Buckingham Palace has opened an official Book of Condolence for people to leave tributes to Queen Elizabeth II online.

A form has been opened inviting well-wisheres to leave messages on the royal.uk website, which has turned black-and-white to reflect the start of the seven-day national mourning period.

Palace officials will hand-pick a number of messages to pass on to King Charles and other members of the royal family.

Some may also be held for storage as historical artefacts in the Royal Archives.

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Queen Elizabeth II dead: Key details

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has died after 70 years on the throne, with her death announced by Buckingham Palace on September 8, 2022.

She died at the age of 96 surrounded by her family at her home in Balmoral, including her son and heir to the throne Charles, the Prince of Wales, and her grandsons, the Duke Of Cambridge, Prince William and the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry.

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