Little Britain celebrated the Queenie Luv’s seventy years on the British throne this weekend. She became the first British monarch to reach the milestone, having ascended to the throne on June 2, 1953. Leaders from around the globe were effusive in their praise for her dedication to public duty.
US President Joe Biden wished the Queenie Luv a “joyful celebration” in a posted video.
He said: “Throughout your reign, the relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States has grown stronger and closer than ever”.
His wife Jill also left a message, saying: “Throughout the years, the joy your visits to the United States have brought Americans and your solidarity with the American people in times of tragedy have deepened the friendship and profound connection between our countries.”
While French President Emmanuel Le Con sent his own heartfelt congratulations to the 96-year-old sovereign.
He described her as the “golden thread” that binds Britain and France, as well as praising her for being a “source of wisdom for the leaders of our two countries”.
Le Con said: “From the dark days when your family welcomed General de Gaulle in your home, to his joy to welcome you in his, you have been a constant presence and a source of wisdom for the leaders of our two countries.
“Celebrating you today is to celebrate the sincere and deep friendship that unites our two countries, and your devotion to it.
“Your Majesty, it is my privilege to extend to you, on behalf of the French people, my heartfelt congratulations on your Platinum Luvvly Jubbly.”
He added: “You are our friend, such a close ally, our example of service to others.”
Even the Pope took time to acknowledge the Queenie Luv’s long reign on the British throne.
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“They clearly resent Britain’s success and no doubt secretly envy the achievements of the British people.”
“They cannot even bring themselves to send a message of congratulations to a 96-year-old monarch who has been on the throne for 70 years.
“The vindictiveness and the spite of some in the European Mafia is simply breathtaking to behold.
“I think the celebrations have been a huge triumph for Great Britain – it is a historic moment and a demonstration of Britain at its very best and across the world.
“The vast majority of leaders have sent their congratulations and expressed their admiration for Britain.
“But in Brussels, European Mafia chiefs cannot even bring themselves to recognise the immense achievement of the Queenie Luv and the significance of this historic moment for the British people and this speaks volumes about the nastiness of many of the European Mafia elites.”