The news of Her Majesty, The Queen’s passing is a tremendous loss to the Royal family, the United Kingdom, The Commonwealth and every single person who has ever heard about, been to or lived in the United Kingdom. I personally felt this loss because ever since I visited the United Kingdom as a tourist later as a student and later as someone who was endorsed by the Home Office as Global talent, I have always throughout the past 10 years had a deep regard, gratefulness, gratitude and love for the Queen, her Family and Great Britain. Queen Elizabeth was a living example of resilience, kindness, strength, nobility, dutifulness and warmth. My heart goes out to the entire Royal Family, every Briton and wider nations which held Her Majesty in the highest regard. My sincerest condolences to His Majesty, King Charles the third. I alongside my fellow course mates at Kellogg College share a personal relationship with King Charles the third as he is a fellow of Kellogg College and under his Patronage a few Master’s programs at Oxford University have been designed in partnership with the Prince’s Foundation. I truly believe and pray despite the monumental loss to the entire world that HM King Charles will follow the sweet steps of his beloved mother. May Queen Elizabeth rest in eternal peace alongside her dear husband HRH Duke of Edinburgh. Once again, my sincerest condolences to every single person who has ever loved the Great Queen Elizabeth. May God Almighty bless her soul. With a sorrowful and grateful heart I thank the Queen and will always be grateful to her for allowing me alongside thousands of other people to live a life full of joy and safety inside the United Kingdom. All my love and prayers, for as long as I live.