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Gordon Ramsay Pays A Tearjerking Tribute To The Queen
Following Queen Elizabeth II's death on September 8, 2022, chef Gordon Ramsay, who hails from Johnstone, Scotland (U.K.) and has some shared history with the queen, tweeted a heartfelt tribute that made fans emotional. In 2006, the chef was knighted as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in honor of his contributions to the hospitality industry.
Alongside a photo of the queen smiling and wearing a yellow outfit, Ramsay wrote on Twitter, "You will be so missed, a truly remarkable woman who gave so much to us all in Great Britain and worldwide. So humble, selfless, and giving. Someone who made such an impact on us all over her decades of service. Rest in perfect peace, your Majesty. Gordon."
While several Twitter users expressed their grief for the queen and applauded Ramsay's message, some shared their own tear-jerking statements. One person wrote, "Even in her final hours she put duty to her country before herself. Welcoming the new Prime Minister just 48 hours ago. Thank you your majesty, there will never be another to match you. RIP."