Queen Elizabeth sits alone in St George's Chapel during the funeral of Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle on April 17. The queen, popular with the British public, is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch. Photo: Pool via AP Queen Elizabeth sits alone in St George's Chapel during the funeral of Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle on April 17. The queen, popular with the British public, is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch. Photo: Pool via AP
Queen Elizabeth sits alone in St George's Chapel during the funeral of Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle on April 17. The queen, popular with the British public, is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch. Photo: Pool via AP
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Letters | Commonwealth’s fate tied to British royal family’s shaky future

  • After Queen Elizabeth, can the younger generations of the Windsors inspire the confidence she has enjoyed throughout her record-busting reign?
  • Commonwealth nations that might have wished for closer economic ties with Britain following Brexit now have more to worry about

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Queen Elizabeth sits alone in St George's Chapel during the funeral of Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle on April 17. The queen, popular with the British public, is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch. Photo: Pool via AP Queen Elizabeth sits alone in St George's Chapel during the funeral of Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle on April 17. The queen, popular with the British public, is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch. Photo: Pool via AP
Queen Elizabeth sits alone in St George's Chapel during the funeral of Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle on April 17. The queen, popular with the British public, is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch. Photo: Pool via AP
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