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  • Michelle Wright

    A copy of the February 1952 telegram sent by the Queen Mother to Elizabeth as she was returning from Africa after just learning of her father's death. Addressed To: Her Majesty the Queen.

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    tiny-librarian: A copy of the telegram sent to the new Queen Elizabeth II by her mother, as she flew back from East Africa after recieving news of the death of her father, King George VI. It reads: To: Her Majesty The Queen All my thoughts and prayers are with you. Mummie Buckingham Palace

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