Elton John and more celebrities respond to Queen’s death: ‘I will miss her very much’

Buckingham Palace confirmed the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8. At the age of 96, she was the oldest head of state in the world and Britain’s longest-serving. In the wake of the royal announcement, family friend Sir Elton John and celebrities such as Jennifer Garner honored Queen Elizabeth II on social media alongside members of the royal family, including the newly crowned King Charles III.

Previously, the palace issued a statement on September 8, declaring that the British Queen was “under medical supervision” following health concerns from her doctors. Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince William, the Duke of Sussex and other members of the royal family traveled to Balmoral Castle to be with the Queen.

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The UK will now enter 12 days of national mourning. Prior to Her Majesty’s eventual funeral, the Queen’s body will be in Westminster Hall, where members of the public will be able to pay their respects.

Here’s how celebrities from around the world reacted to the Queen’s death.

Sir Elton John

The Rocketman singer has been a close friend of the royal family, including the late Princess Diana, for decades. He concluded his tribute on Twitter, saying, “Queen Elizabeth has been a huge part of my life from childhood to this day, and I will miss her very much.”

Jennifer Garner

Garner took to Instagram to pay tribute to the Queen, calling her “a stylish and amazing woman”.

Helen Mirren

Lady Helen Mirren portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in the 2006 biopic the Queenand won the Academy Award for Best Actress. “I’m proud to be an Elizabethan,” she wrote in her Instagram tribute.

Dua Lipa

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The “Lift” singer paid tribute to the Queen with a simple black and white photo on her Instagram story.

David and Victoria Beckham

Victoria, who was awarded the OBE Medal by Queen Elizabeth II in 2017, paid tribute to Her Majesty on Instagram.

Naomi Campbell

The model was selected as a global ambassador for the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust in September 2021, prior to Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee year.

Mick Jagger

The Rolling Stones captain has relived his best childhood memories of Her Majesty on Instagram.

Kim kardashian

Kardashian shared a viral tweet about Rainbows appeared over the palaces of Queen Elizabeth II via UK on Instagram Story, plus photo of Her Majesty.

Maren Morris

To celebrate the Queen’s legacy, Morris recorded an audio cover of Patty Griffin’s “Up to the Mountain” in honor of Her Majesty.

Ghouinith baltrow

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Paltrow shared the BBC’s Instagram post commemorating the Queen’s death on her Instagram Story.

Kris Jenner

Jenner, the mum of the Kardashian family, sent her “love and condolences” to the royal family on Twitter.

Reese Witherspoon

The Legally Blonde The star shared a small salute on her Instagram story, writing, “Rest In Peace Queen Elizabeth II.”

Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X usually tweets with good humor online, so he probably doesn’t mean any insult to his reaction to the Queen’s death.

Andy Cohen

The Watch what’s happening live The host paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II with a simple photo on Instagram.

Dion Warwick

The singer called out the legendary when she sang for Queen Elizabeth II in a tweet to Her Majesty.

Pete Midler

The Hello Dolly! The star has described Queen Elizabeth II’s 70-year reign as Britain’s queen as “incredible”.

Nicki Minaj

Minaj shared the royal family’s announcement of Queen Elizabeth II’s death on her Twitter page.

George Takei

“There will never be anyone else like her,” Takei wrote on Twitter.

Lisa Vanderpump

British The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills The star sent her condolences to the royal family. “Her reign has been exemplary as she has seen our nation go through many crises,” she wrote in a note on Twitter.

Jesse J

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The British singer republished a headline announcing the Queen’s death, adding her bathroom emoji to remember Her Majesty.

Paris Hilton

Hilton remembered Queen Elizabeth II on Twitter as “the original girl boss.”

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden

The President and First Lady of the United States wrote a joint letter to remember the Queen. “Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was more than just a king,” they began. “You have defined an era.”

Edward Enninful

The Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue participated in the Platinum Jubilee Vogue magazine A cover from the beginning of this year with a sweet message describing the Queen as a “steadfast person” and an “inspiration”.

Phoebe Denifor

The Bridgeton The star shared a montage video of the Queen from her younger years, captioning the Queen’s own comments, “Our goal here is to watch, learn, grow, love and then go home.”


Alison Hammond

TV presenter Alison Hammond kept it short and sweet with her tribute to the Queen, simply sharing a photo of the Queen smiling with the song “RIP Your Majesty”.

Mallory Blackman

book author Noughts and crosses A series of books, Malorie Blackman, shared her tribute on Twitter, comparing the actions of the Queen and the UK government.

Nadia Hussein

The GBBO winner and TV chef shared a photo of a young queen at her coronation with the simple caption, “Rest in peace.”

Florence Boge

As a tribute to the Queen, model actress Rebecca Corbin Murray shared her Instagram post to her Stories which included a quote from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.

King Charles III

Soon after his coronation, King Charles III paid tribute to his mother, calling it a “moment of great sadness” for his family.

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