Vice President Kamala Harris uses Twitter to honor the Queen

Queen Elizabeth’s death sent shockwaves around the world and brought an outpouring of grief from her family, royal fans and foreign leaders. King Charles III notably shared his raw feelings after Buckingham Palace announced the death of the long-reigning monarch, saying in part that the Queen was a “much-loved mother”. Countless other personalities today spoke of the 96-year-old’s passing, including former US Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, whose remarks were surprisingly touching. At a time of his Social truth tribute, the divisive politician noted that the Queen would ‘forever reign in our hearts’.

President Joe Biden shared a statement about Her Majesty’s death, noting in part that she was a unifier and showed immense “dignity” during her many years of service. Now Vice President Kamala Harris is also taking to Twitter to honor the Queen and express her condolences to the British Royal Family.

Harris’ remarks were brief but poignant, with number two in charge Tweeter on behalf of herself and her husband Douglas Emhoff, “Queen Elizabeth II lived an incredible life of service and had a profound impact on countless lives and historic events.”

She went on to add, “We send our condolences to the Royal Family and join the people of the UK and all those around the world who mourn his loss.”

As of this writing, tributes from around the world continued to pour in.

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