Their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand have sent a message of condolence to Britain’s King Charles III, expressing their profound sorrow for the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

In the message, HM the King said that he, the Queen and all members of the Royal Family are profoundly saddened by the death of the Queen.

The King said that the Thai people join the people of Britain in mourning the great loss of their beloved Monarch and remember her enduring legacies of long service and dedication to the British people.

The King also said that he and the Thai people still remember the visits to Thailand by the Queen in 1972 and 1996, as an official guest of Their Majesties King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit, with pride and warmth.

Her Majesty the Queen Mother sent a separate letter of condolence to Britain’s King Charles III, expressing her deep sorrow on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

In the letter, the Queen Mother said that she had the opportunity to observe Queen Elizabeth II performing her duties on many occasions, from the first state visit to Britain in 1960, in the company of HM King Bhumibol, to the Queen’s formal visits to Thailand in 1972 and 1996.

The Queen Mother said that she was impressed by the statecraft and graciousness of the Queen and was moved by her genuine care and concern for the plight of the under-privileged and the needy.

She also said that every meeting with Queen Elizabeth II was an enriching experience and she is deeply saddened by her passing.

Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service

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