Owner Edmund Fry prepares an elderflower drink for visitors to his English Rose Tree Cottage teahouse in Pasadena, California following the death of Queen Elizabeth II today September 8, 2022. Fry and his wife Mary are the owners and staff of Rose Tree Cottage, founded forty years ago to bring the very best in British tea, food, royal birthdays, china, Barbour clothing, AGA pans and tea from afternoon in California. – Admirers of the head of the British throne for more than 70 years of mourning for their beloved king, the longest service in British history, pay tribute from around the world. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)
TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – The death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday September 8, 2022 saddened not only British citizens but also citizens and world leaders who shared their condolences.
Here are photos of condolences from citizens and leaders of a number of countries who have been captured.
US President Joe Biden accompanied by US First Lady Jill Biden signed a book of condolences at the British Embassy in Washington to honor him after the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
The Canadian flag flies at half mast atop the Peace Tower following the death of Queen Elizabeth II of England on September 8, 2022 in Ottawa.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, saying the late head of state of Britain and the Commonwealth of Nations will forever remain an important part of Canadian history.
The American flag flies at half mast at the United States Capitol in Washington, DC and at the United States White House. People place wreaths on the British flag outside the British Embassy in Washington, DC.
People light candles and lay flowers outside the British Embassy in Oslo following news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
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