Agata and Andrzej Duda say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II. Hand in hand with the Bidenami, they become a hit on a foreign TV station. What is it about

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 Agata and Andrzej Duda say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II. Bidenami, become a hit on a foreign TV station. What's the matter

Great Britain says goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II with a majestic funeral steeped in tradition and a farewell reflecting the wide popularity she managed to maintain during her extraordinary , the seventy-year reign.

The Polish presidential couple proudly represented our country at the funeral of the Queen of England

Thousands have flocked to Westminster Abbey and the streets on the 40-kilometer-long procession route from central London to Windsor, hoping to glimpse the flag-hung coffin of the ruler as she travels in a hearse to her resting place in the Chapel of St. George in Windsor Castle.

Though the death of Queen Elizabeth, Britain's longest reigning monarch, had been expected and carefully elaborated over the years & ndash; funeral arrangements with the code name & ldquo; Operation London Bridge & rdquo; have long been the subject of speculation. Representatives of many European countries expressed their condolences to the royal family and subjects through social media. Andrzej Duda did it as well.

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Post from the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda (@prezydent_pl)

Meanwhile, the Polish-language media reports that the Polish presidential couple, next to the representative of the United States, dazzled the Internet user with elegance and balanced style.

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Post from the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda (@prezydent_pl)

Paying tribute to the late queen and showing respect to the new king and members of the royal family, Agata and Andrzej Duda did it on behalf of a million Poles. Standing over the catafalque, in the designated balcony place, they bowed their heads in tribute to the queen. Their arrival and all the rest was broadcast live by BBC.

As reported by the portal & ldquo; Życie.news & rdquo ;: The whole of Poland is looking for three teenagers. Nobody knows what happened to Nikola, Vanessa and Fabian. To this day, they have not returned to their homes and there is no contact with them

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