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Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, & More React To The Queen's Death

The Queen Opens Flanders Field WW1 Memorial Garden

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Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch, has died at the age of 96, Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday, September 8.

It's the end of a very long era for The Royal Family and England. The family has been rocked with scandal over the past few decades but The Queen was always poised and steadfast in her reign on the throne. She's been dealing with many health issues the past few months and at 96-years-old, she was called home to the Lord's throne.

Many tech giants and corporate royalty reacted to the loss of the Queen on social media.

U.K.-headquartered luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin tweeted, "The Queen has dedicated her life to public service, and throughout her long reign as a passionate champion for British culture, enterprise and innovation. We were honoured she visited Aston Martin in 1966.” 

“Manchester United shares the sorrow of the entire nation following the announcement from Buckingham Palace on the passing of Her Royal Highness The Queen Elizabeth II,” wrote the team’s official Twitter account.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wrote, “I can think of no one who better personified duty. My deepest condolences to all the Brits mourning her passing today.”

Another one of the most influential and richest men in the world sent his thoughts to the Royal family too. "I feel honored to have met HM Queen Elizabeth, and I am very sad to hear of her passing. My deepest condolences to the Royal Family and the British people,” Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said on twitter.

Formula 1, headquartered in London sent their condolences on twitter as well saying, “For more than seven decades she dedicated her life to public service with dignity and devotion and inspired so many around the world.”

Designer brand Dior sent out their deepest condolences to the Royal Family on the loss of such an icon. They wrote, “The House is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, an unwavering symbol of grace, dignity and dedication. All our thoughts are with the @RoyalFamily and our British friends.”

Of all the tweets there was one that I came across on a fan account called @prince_latest with a simple "Together again" and a picture of the Queen with her King.

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