Queen Elizabeth II, dressed for a formal occasion. She wears her family's orders and orders of her kingdom on the sash over her shoulder, and several items of family jewelry.

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How A Hollywood Restaurant Is Honoring The Queen
On Thursday, September 9, the Royal Family announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II and a famed LA eatery found the perfect way to celebrate her life over the weekend. The Cat & Fiddle, one of LA's remaining British pubs, honored the life and loss of Queen Elizabeth II by hosting a special afternoon tea.
A British custom that originated in the 1800s among the U.K.'s most prestigious and wealthy, high tea is a "mini meal" that bridges the gap between lunch and dinner. On September 10th and 11th, the pub hosted a reservation-only traditional afternoon tea, which was originally designed as a sophisticated affair d to cure hunger pangs via tea and savory bites.
The Cat & Fiddle offered sandwiches, scones, sweets, and tea or champagne to Southern Californians looking to enjoy a historical afternoon tea in memoriam of Queen Elizabeth II. It is unknown at this time if the restaurant plans to repeat the event, but you can keep an eye on their website and Facebook page for upcoming events and announcements.