Faye O’Connor had the opportunity to speak with the Queen for a while: “I was very nervous, but she had the ability to feel lonely with him, she was very kind,” she insisted.
British Ambassador to Uruguay, Faye O’Connor remembered During an interview he gave to the media this Friday, A very special anecdote whose hero is Queen Elizabeth II, In the scenario that the United Kingdom is going through today Queen’s departure, his story takes on special value. In fact, she considers this experience her “highest honour.”
Not long ago, Elizabeth II named her in the “List of Honors for Her Birthday in 2011”. He received the memorial in 2012 and told all the details of that momentous day.
Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle had options for receiving this recognition. But she chose the latter because, unlike the former, “it’s more intimate” and the ceremony is “slightly shorter.”
Furthermore, he insisted: “I always remember the Queen saying that Buckingham Palace considers it her office, but Windsor Castle considers it her home. So, I thought it would be nice to go to a place that had lots of Have feelings too. For him”.
For the occasion, she could bring three people with her, with O’Connor choosing her parents and her granddaughter. “Obviously, I remember that day very well,” he admitted.
After receiving the commemoration, he had the opportunity to speak with Elizabeth II for some time. “I was feeling very nervous, but she had the ability to feel lonely with him, she was very kind,” she insisted.
The UK ambassador to Uruguay said, “Certainly in that context it was a very special day for me and my parents, and it was great to have the opportunity to see our house from the inside.” All of this gives “a personal touch” to the mourning he is going through like many other Britons who, regardless of whether they knew the Queen personally or not, “for all his years of reign.” “Feel a very close connection.
Along the same lines, O’Connor highlighted the condolences and expressions of appreciation received in Uruguay. “We had condolence messages, many officials and people called me immediately. People from all regions and parties came to sign the book of condolence. We feel that the relations between the countries are very close, and the queen was loved in Uruguay” , he concluded.