Queen Elizabeth II supporters have been circulating a side by side image of the first and last photos taken of the late Queen, as seen below.
Queen Elizabeth II first & last picture. #QueenElizabethII #KingCharlesIII pic.twitter.com/01IBWhaBZs
— HRH Prince William, Prince Of Wales ➐ (parody) (@HRH_William_) September 13, 2022
Sex Pistols gave us the song ‘God Save The Queen,’ and now, with The Queen’s passing, everyone wanted to know how the band would pay tribute to the longest-living monarch of the United Kingdom. Queen Elizabeth II ruled for over 70 years before her passing. She helped everyone and had an endearing personality.
People loved her for the way she talked and treated people. Her work was classy, and she spoke to people with poise and respect. It’s one of the attributes one must have if one wants to become larger than life. With her passing, the world is shocked. So are the Sex Pistols members.
John Lyndon, Glen Matlock and Steve Jones had their way to paying tribute to The Queen. We all know that she got admiration from fans and people from different walks of life. Her work and style impressed all, and she continues to be an inspiration despite her passing.
Rest in Peace Queen Elizabeth II.
Send her victorious.
From all at https://t.co/vK2Du0ZzDS pic.twitter.com/kq4M6WfeML
— John Lydon Official (@lydonofficial) September 9, 2022
God save the king – hope he’s not a silly old thing…
— Glen Matlock (@GlenMatlock) September 8, 2022
How do you feel? pic.twitter.com/fDGnLHv3Sc
— JONE$Y$ JUKEBOX (@JonesysJukebox) September 8, 2022
John called her victorious even at this juncture, and Glen tried to rhyme in his tweet. He wrote, “God save the king – hope he’s not a silly old thing…” Steve had his spin on the tweet, and it shows that they have their way of wishing for the longest-living monarch.
What needs to be seen is how the people reacted to these tweets. We aren’t posting those responses here as you can go and read them for yourself. We want you to understand that The Queen’s passing has left a void in everyone’s heart that can’t be filled.
Do you have any final message for The Queen? Share it in the comments.