Queen Elizabeth Death: What is the relationship between Queen Elizabeth and ‘Kohinoor’? After Elizabeth’s death who claimed the diamond?

Queen Elizabeth Death : Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (Queen Elizabeth) passed away today due to old age. He breathed his last at the age of 96. Elizabeth II was on the throne of the British royal family for seven decades. When Queen Elizabeth’s name comes up, Kohinooris definitely mentioned. The Kohinoor diamond was encrusted on Queen Elizabeth’s crown. 

Kohinoor is one of the most expensive diamonds in the world. The 105.6 carat Kohinoor diamond was found in India in the 14th century. In 1849, the British East India Company occupied Punjab. After that the Kohinoor diamond went to the British. After that, Kohinoor was installed on the crown of Queen Victoria. The Kohinoor was set on a platinum tiara designed for Elizabeth at the time of the coronation of King George VI in 1937. The crown is on display in the Tower of London.

Who will the diamond go to now?

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Death of husband in 2021 

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip celebrated 73 years of marriage, and with it, her Prince Philip said goodbye. 99-year-old Prince Philip passed away on April 9, 2021. At that time, the royal couple was staying at Windsor Castle in London during the Corona Virus lockdown.

When the queen said, "My life is for your service" 

As Princess Elizabeth when she celebrated her 21st birthday. At that time, he addressed the nation for the first time. His speech was broadcast on radio from Cape Town. Then she said, "I declare that my life, be it small or big, will always be at your service."

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