Earlier, we already talked about the mystical deuce for the queen.
Her father King George VI died in 1952, his brother and nephew King Edward VIII (the Queen's uncle) died in 1972, and the monarch herself died in 2022.
Queen Elizabeth II at the funeral of King George VI's father / Photo: Getty Images
Also in 2002, two more people close to the queen died - her mother Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, known as Queen Mother Elizabeth, and the younger sister of the monarch - Princess Margaret.
And in 1992, there was a large-scale fire in Windsor Castle, which in the last years of Elizabeth II's life became her favorite residence, as well as the last refuge for her husband, Prince Philip.
What about nine?
The number nine is also mystically associated with the British royal family.
Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, died on April 9, at the age of 99 and on the 99th day since the beginning of the year.
The Duke of Edinburgh was born on June 10, 1921, there is only one nine in his date of birth, and he passed away on April 9, 2021, and if you add up all these numbers, you will get the same nine.
Prince Philip / Photo: Associated Press
And on April 9, 2002, Queen Elizabeth II buried her mother, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who died at the age of 101 years and 8 months on March 30, 2002.
And on this same day, April 9, only in 2005, the queen's son, King Charles III, married for the second time.
Strange choice of date isn't it?
Also, on February 9, the sister of Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret, passed away.
And the funeral of the princess took place on February 15, 2002, on the 50th anniversary of the funeral of her father and the father of Queen Elizabeth II - King George VI.
Princess Margaret / Photo: Associated Press
We will remind that all five members of the family - King George VI, his wife Elizabeth, daughter Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip are buried in the Memorial Chapel of St. George in Windsor in one crypt.
And Princess Margaret was cremated and buried in the same crypt, but in a slightly different place.
We showed in the photo what the burial place of the queen and her relatives looks like.
King George VI Chapel, burial place of Queen Elizabeth II, her husband Philip, sister Margaret and parents
A photograph has been released today of the new plaque installed in the King George VI Memorial Chapel following the burial there of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip.
The plaque bears the names of George VI and his wife Elizabeth, as well as their eldest daughter Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip.
The names are separated by an Order of the Garter star, indicating that all four were members of the Order of the Garter.
The courting brush was installed in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, announcing the interior of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.
The King George VI Memorial Chapel sits within the walls of St George's Chapel, Windsor.
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) September 24, 2022
St George's Chapel itself was commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II in 1962 as her father's burial place and was designed by George Pace.
The project was completed in 1969.
From next week, the burial site of the Queen and her family will be open to visitors and people can pay their respects to the monarch.
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