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Queen Elizabeth secret letter will not be open for another 63 years!

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The historic Queen Victoria Building in Australia is home to a safe where a letter allegedly written by Queen Elizabeth II is stored. It has been there for 36 years, but the letter won’t be opened until another 63. During a state visit to Sydney in November 1986, the Queen wrote the letter. The Queen’s letter to the mayor of Sydney, Australia, is as follows:

Greetings. On a suitable day of your choosing in the year 2085, please open this envelope and deliver to the citizens of Sydney my message to them.

The structure housing the vault was officially opened in 1898 in honour of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. In 1954, the late Queen made her first trip to Australia. She was the nation’s first reigning monarch to travel there. Queen Elizabeth II has made 16 trips to Australia in total.

As you may know, Buckingham Palace has announced that the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II will take place on Monday, September 19, at Westminster Abbey in London. King Charles III, who assumed office on the morning of September 10, has designated this day a public holiday across the entire United Kingdom.

On Sunday, the body of the Queen will be flown from Balmoral Castle to Edinburgh, and on Tuesday, it will be flown to London. Learn about some of her life’s events in this page, as well as how Queen Elizabeth II seemed from her first year of existence, adolescence, when she first assumed the role of British leader, and right up until her passing.

 

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