ITV This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby shares childhood letters to the Queen

The Queen passed away peacefully on Thursday at the age of 96, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace.

Her death ended a 70-year reign, the longest in history, having ascended the throne following the death of her father, King George VI, on February 6, 1952.

Following the news, the ITV presenter posted a rare Instagram of her children paying handmade tributes to Her Majesty.


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The This Morning co-host earlier this week reflected on the daytime program with Phillip Schofield on how she and her children had coped with her death.

On Monday’s show, Holly opened up: “[Queen Elizabeth II] was just always there for so many of us. So many of us have never known otherwise, so suddenly that she’s gone…

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“I think that’s why I wanted to take the kids down on Saturday because I think you’re trying to explain it to young people.


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“You’re almost trying to understand it yourself. I found it very helpful as it helped me internalize it for myself when talking to them.”

The 41-year-old presenter shared the letter written for the late Queen by her children Harry, Belle and Chester on her social media.

Their eldest child Harry, 13, wrote: “Dear Queen, what a journey it has been from being a normal young Queen who has only met 1 Prime Minister, to becoming a national treasure who has met 15 Prime Ministers and being the greatest Queen to have England ever had seen.

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“Britain is so incredibly proud of your service to this country. And finally, I want to say thank you for football. I wouldn’t be playing for the team I am today without you guys. Long live the king.”


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Their daughter Belle, 11, wrote: “Your Majesty, I hope you are having an excellent time in Heaven with Philip and your mother and father.

“Me and my family will be laying flowers for you at Buckingham Palace and going out to dinner to enjoy something special!

“We will think of you and miss you.”

Meanwhile, her seven-year-old Chester wrote: “To Your Majesty, Thank you for being our Queen.”

Viewers flooded her comments section to express support for Holly’s parenting style and admiration for the letters.

Co-host Alison Hammond replied: “I just broke my heart”

Alongside a red heart, one fan commented, “Oh my god, that’s adorable isn’t it, and a wonderful example of how someone so old and from a very different era has positively impacted and impacted the very young.”

A third person posted: “Wowsers. Beautiful and sooo funny too…”

With a fourth addition: “You must be incredibly proud.”

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