Monday, December 10, 2018


  1. Buckingham Palace will go black.
    While the news will undoubtedly spread via modern news technology, there’s a more traditional notification method that will be deployed. At famed Buckingham Palace, a footman dressed in black will put up a black-edged notice on the palace’s gates.
    The traditional color of mourning won’t be limited to this notice or to the Queen’s family, either. The royal family’s website will also go black, and even news reporters will wear it while on camera as a sign of respect and sadness.
  2. Laughter will not be televised.
    The BBC – the United Kingdom’s public service broadcaster and the first news service to be notified – will remove all comedies and other funny content from their schedule, as well as rearrange all other programs to accommodate more frequent news updates.
    The programming change will not be limited to television, either. The BBC’s radio arm will limit their programming to news and to “appropriate” music.
  3. All money will change.
    If you look at British money, whether coins or paper, you’ll notice one commonality: they all feature an image of Queen Elizabeth II. Once she passes and the crown passes to Prince Charles, however, all of the money will change— and within only 10 days.
    What’s more, the change won’t be limited to the United Kingdom. Counties that are members of the Commonwealth of Nations – including Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, and 48 others – and also use the Queen’s image on their money will also quickly switch over.
  4. Everybody will mourn.
    This point might seem obvious – one would expect a lot of people to mourn when the leader of their country dies – but what’s perhaps not so obvious is how official the mourning period will be. It will, in fact, last for 12 days, including a proclaimed national holiday on the day of the Queen’s funeral, which will occur 9 days after her death.
    Mourning periods will likely also be proclaimed in other Commonwealth countries, and all flags will, of course, fly at half-staff. Businesses and the stock market will shut down completely, sports events will be canceled, and the royal parks will even ban the playing of games.
  5. To learn the rest of the top 10 things that will happen when Queen Elizabeth II passes – as well as learn more about the details of the facts above and how the Commonwealth of Nations works – check out the video below.

1 comment:

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So, when can we start celebrating?

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