Light-hearted Queen Elizabeth jokes in her garden in new TV show
10 April 2018 | 2:57 pm
Wearing a floral dress and no hat, Queen Elizabeth strolls in dappled sunlight through the garden at Buckingham Palace with an old acquaintance, making quips and even mentioning the prospect of her own demise in a light-hearted way.
The world is paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who has died at the age of 96. She reigned for 70 years over a British economy that was transformed in many ways. Our Business Editor Kate Moody looks at how the economy has changed, the cost of living crises that have bookended her time on the throne, and what's in store for businesses during the period of national mourning.
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Funeral arrangements for the late queen have been announced as her heir, King Charles goes on a tour of Britain to lead mourning. Follow DW for the latest.
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