UK Announces Permanent Memorial for Queen Elizabeth II

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The UK government plans to create a permanent memorial for Queen Elizabeth II. This will be revealed in 2026, which would have been her 100th birthday year. The Queen Elizabeth Memorial Committee, led by Lord Robin Janvrin, her former Private Secretary, will oversee this tribute.

The committee will suggest ideas for a permanent memorial and a national legacy program so that everyone in the UK can honor Queen Elizabeth’s lifetime of service. The government and the Royal Household will support these plans.

Lord Janvrin feels honored to lead this effort to remember Queen Elizabeth’s extraordinary contributions during her long reign. She was the UK’s longest-reigning monarch and a dedicated public servant.

The Queen Elizabeth Memorial Committee will also take into account the causes the Queen supported during her 70-year rule. They will gather ideas from the public across the UK.

The official announcement of these plans will happen in 2026, the year Queen Elizabeth II would have turned 100. More committee members will be appointed over time to develop and suggest ideas to King Charles III and the Prime Minister.

Re-reported from the article originally published in Deccan Herald

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