BREAKING: Trudeau expresses his condolences following death of Queen Elizabeth II

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Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday afternoon, support from world leaders poured in as they expressed their sadness and offered condolences to the Royal Family.

Among them was Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, who delivered a raw, emotional statement, referring to the monarch as one of his “favourite people in the world.”

“It is with the deepest of sorrow that we learned today of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,” Trudeau began. “She was our Queen for almost half of Canada’s existence, and she had an obvious, deep, and abiding love and affection for Canadians.”

“She served us all with strength and wisdom for seventy years as we grew into the diverse, optimistic, responsible, ambitious and extraordinary country we are today.”

Trudeau went on to point out that he was the twelfth Canadian prime minister to serve under the Queen’s rule, adding that he was having trouble believing that his most recent visit with her ended up being the last. “I will so miss those chats,” he said.

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BREAKING: Trump expresses his condolences following the death of Queen Elizabeth II