Ben Fordham, a’superfan’ of Queen Elizabeth II, pays tribute

Ben Fordham, a’superfan’ of Queen Elizabeth II, pays tribute


There are nearly eight billion people on Earth. And it is difficult to think of someone who lived a life comparable to that of Queen Elizabeth II.

'I’ve always been a super fan and unofficial leader of her fan club down under,' radio host Ben Fordham told Daily Mail Australia of Queen Elizabeth II (pictured) following her death

'I’ve always been a super fan and unofficial leader of her fan club down under,' radio host Ben Fordham told Daily Mail Australia of Queen Elizabeth II (pictured) following her death

'Whenever we talked about her health on radio, we’d always play God Save The Queen', said Mr Fordham, pictured with wife Jodie

She is the monarch with the longest reign in British history. And today, her seventy years of service have concluded. Sadly, Her Majesty passed away at the age of 96.

What a journey.

In 1927, she was first spotted as a baby on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

She made an effect on British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the age of two. He stated, “She has an aura of power and introspection that is astounding for a baby.”

That was a portent of things to come.

Following Queen Elizabeth II’s death, radio personality Ben Fordham told the Daily Mail Australia, “I’ve always been a great fan and unofficial leader of her fan club down under.”

“Whenever we discussed her health on the radio, we always played God Save The Queen,” Mr. Fordham, seen with his wife Jodie, remarked.'I sent her a letter when she marked her Platinum Jubilee and received a lovely note back,' Mr Fordham told Daily Mail Australia. Pictured is the note the radio host received from the Queen

'I sent her a letter when she marked her Platinum Jubilee and received a lovely note back,' Mr Fordham told Daily Mail Australia. Pictured is the note the radio host received from the Queen

Indeed, she was born into affluence. However, she possesses a wonderful sense of duty.

During World War II, while Britain was under attack by the Germans, hundreds of children were taken to the countryside to avoid the German bombings.The envelope, bearing the Queen's mark, which carried the note sent to Mr Fordham

The envelope, bearing the Queen's mark, which carried the note sent to Mr Fordham

The Princess Elizabeth sent them a greeting over BBC radio.

She was just fourteen years old.

Remember that when peace comes, it will be for us, the children of today.

Mr. Fordham told Daily Mail Australia, “I sent her a letter when she celebrated her Platinum Jubilee and received a nice note in response.” Presented is the note from the Queen that the radio host got.

The envelope containing the note sent to Mr. Fordham, with the Queen’s mark.Then Princess Elizabeth (right) is pictured with her sister Princess Margaret sending a message on radio to children being evacuated during World War II. Mr Fordam said of the late Queen: 'She’s one of the most extraordinary human beings to ever walk planet earth'

Then Princess Elizabeth (right) is pictured with her sister Princess Margaret sending a message on radio to children being evacuated during World War II. Mr Fordam said of the late Queen: 'She’s one of the most extraordinary human beings to ever walk planet earth'

Elizabeth’s coronation as queen was unexpected. However, her uncle, King Edward, abandoned the Royal Family in order to remarry. In 1952, her father, King George VI, died suddenly.

Elizabeth was the heir apparent to the Throne.

She became Queen Elizabeth when she was 25 years old.

That day, she declared, “My entire life, whether long or short, would be dedicated to your service.”

Since becoming queen, she has maintained her word.

She has traveled to almost 100 countries. Participated in almost 21,000 formal engagements. She patronized 500 organizations and charities.

Her image has been on the currency of 33 nations. She has mailed more than 300,000 greeting cards commemorating 100th birthdays.

She has been a survivor and a rock-solid individual.

Queen Elizabeth has outlasted fourteen American presidents and fifteen British prime ministers. She consulted with sixteen Prime Ministers of Australia. She has visited our country sixteen times.

Then Princess Elizabeth (right) is photographed with her sister Princess Margaret sending a radio message to evacuating children during World War II. Mr. Fordam said of the late Queen, “She is one of the most outstanding human beings in the history of planet Earth.”

She lived through both World War I and the Great Depression. She has survived epidemics and pandemics.

Her Majesty has endured numerous controversies and disappointments.

She has done so with a straight face.

After 73 years of marriage, she lost her life’s love, Prince Phillip, in 2018.

Due to Covid’s presence in the neighborhood, she attended the funeral alone.

She has produced four offspring, eight grandchildren, and twelve great-grandchildren.

A lovely woman.

A leader with dignity and bravery.

In addition to a wicked sense of humor.

We appreciate her service.


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