Queen Elizabeth II Death: ‘Kohinoor’ trend after Queen Elizabeth II’s death; But why?

Queen Elizabeth II Death : Britain

Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96, after ruling Britain for more than 7 decades. Queen Elizabeth II is Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. 

The ‘Kohinoor’ trend after the death of Queen Elizabeth II 

Currently, after the death of Elizabeth II, many major countries around the world are mourning and paying tribute to her. Meanwhile, ‘Kohinoor’ is trending on social media. There have been over 21 thousand tweets about Kohinoor on Twitter till the time of writing.

Inlaid Kohinoor on the Crown of Queens 

The main reason why Kohinoor trended after Queen Elizabeth’s death was Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. On which the famous Kohinoor diamond of India is encrusted. Apart from this, it is said that there are more than two thousand eight hundred diamonds on his crown. In which the most famous diamond, the Kohinoor, is encrusted. Currently, users on social media are talking about bringing back the Kohinoor diamond after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. 

Enthroned as Empress at the age of 25 

Queen Elizabeth II of Britain and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh were married on 20 November 1947. Elizabeth’s husband Philip is in their relationship. Elizabeth fell in love with him at the age of 13. People thronged outside Buckingham Palace to catch a glimpse of the royal couple. At the time of the royal couple’s wedding, India was gearing up to celebrate its independence. The couple’s first child, Prince Charles, was born in 1948. After this, Princess Anne was born in Buckingham Palace in 1950.

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