It turned out that the Queen of England Elizabeth II left a secret letter for the people of Australia. The Queen requested that the letter not be opened until 2085. No one knows its contents anymore.
Queen Elizabeth II, the 70-year-old ruler of the throne, who died on Thursday in England. The letter Elizabeth wrote in Sydney, Australia in 1986 became a hot topic after her death.
The Queen sent a letter to the mayor of the time.
She asked that the letter addressed to the people of Sydney not be opened and read before 2085.
The letter has been kept in a glass dome in a non-public part of the building ever since. No one knows the contents of the letter, even from his close associates.
The Queen’s note, which was sent along with the letter to the Mayor of Sydney, reads: “Please open this envelope and convey my message to the people of Sydney on the day you see fit in 2085.”
Queen II, who was born on April 21, 1926 and has been on the throne for 70 years. Elizabeth passed away at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on Thursday (September 8th) after months of health problems.
The Queen’s death caused a deep mourning in all Commonwealth member states, especially England. Tens of thousands of people laid flowers around Buckingham Palace in London, the capital of England.