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Dame Joan Collins offered her memories of Queen Elizabeth II a day after her death and also contemplated the reign of King Charles III.
Collins, a famous British actress and author of ‘Dynasty’, joined Fox Nation’s ‘Piers Morgan: Uncensored’ in a special tribute to the Queen.
She said she initially had a bad feeling when the English press reported on Elizabeth’s deteriorating health and started showing pictures of her childhood as a princess.
“The more we saw the Queen when she was little, when she was a teenager, when she was 21 and this really wonderful speech, the more upset we were. And when we finally heard the news at 6:30 a.m. [Greenwich time]I couldn’t stop crying,” Collins said.
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“Even if you expect it, and obviously we’ve thought about it, you really think, ‘She’s iconic – she’s never going to go away. She will always be there for us. ” — She’s been a part of my whole life. I mean, I can’t remember not being there when she was there.
Collins also recalled how the Queen was present when she was made a lady and told host Piers Morgan that she was such a gracious person at the time.
“She said, ‘Oh, I’m so happy for you. You deserve it. You’ve been playing for a long time now. It was always a pleasure to be with her,” Collins recalled.
Collins later added that former President Donald Trump said one of the highlights of his presidency was meeting the Queen at Windsor Castle and having dinner with her.
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“I interviewed him immediately afterwards and he was giddy with excitement. He was really like a fanboy around her, and he was the President of the United States.”
Collins said Queen Elizabeth isn’t afraid to show a more laid-back side, like footage of her smiling in conversation with Trump, or the famous prologue from the London Olympics ceremony where she and the actor from the then-007 Daniel Craig appeared to jump out of a helicopter. to start the games.
Collins specifically recalled the Queen in an unusual way for a monarch appearing with Paddington Bear for a scene in which they had tea and marmalade sandwiches together.
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The ‘Dynasty’ star added that as a child she remembered Princess Elizabeth’s devotion to Britain as she was attacked by the Germans.
Elizabeth had volunteered as a truck driver and mechanic to help with the war effort.
“I remember my mum showing me the front page of the Daily Mail, and there was the Queen and I think the King, standing in all the rubble outside Buckingham Palace,” she said. declared. “And the Queen wouldn’t leave England. She wouldn’t leave London. She absolutely said she was standing here next to everyone.”
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Collins said Elizabeth’s son, the current King Charles III, would also make a great monarch.
“He has a wonderful voice, a really beautiful voice. I think he cares a lot about the community, the country, every country. I mean, he has so many great causes,” Collins said.
“I thought it was very interesting when he said he was going to have to give up a lot of his charity work. I don’t know who he’s going to pass it on to, but of course I guess it’s very difficult to be a prince and then a king.”
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