Letter from Queen Elizabeth II to Sydney: A secret letter written by Queen Elizabeth II is locked inside a vault in Sydney, and interestingly, it is found in 63 more Can't open for years! According to 7NEWS Australia, the letter is inside a vault in a historic building in Sydney. It was written by him in November 1986 and is addressed to the people of Sydney.
7NEWS Australia reports that no one, not even the Queen's personal staff, is aware of what the letter says as it is hidden in a glass case in a safe place. However, one thing is certain: it may not be opened until 2085.
What are the instructions In this letter
addressed to the Lord Mayor of Sydney, the instructions read: "On the opportune day of your choosing in the year 2085 AD, would you please open this envelope and convey my message to the citizens of Sydney - Signature - "Elizabeth R".
The Queen visited Australia 16 times
As head of state, Queen Elizabeth II visited Australia 16 times. "From his famous first visit to Australia, it was clear that Australia had a special place in His Majesty's heart," Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in a statement on Friday.
As CNN reports, in 1999, Australia held a referendum to remove the Queen as head of state, but it was defeated. Tributes were paid to the Queen at Sydney's prestigious Opera House on Friday.
Neighboring Commonwealth country New Zealand announced King Charles III as its head of state in a televised ceremony on Sunday, CNN reports.