Dopo la morte della regina Elisabetta II, persone da tutto il mondo hanno versato il loro cuore in lutto. Celebrità e personaggi politici hanno condiviso tributi al monarca che ha fatto la storia, incluso suo figlio, il re Carlo III. “La morte della mia amata Madre, Sua Maestà la Regina, è un momento di grande tristezza per me e per tutti i membri della mia famiglia”, ha detto in un dichiarazione di Buckingham Palace. Il re Carlo III ha quindi elogiato sua madre definendola “una sovrana amata e una madre molto amata”, prima di aggiungere che “la sua perdita sarà profondamente sentita attraverso il paese, i regni e il Commonwealth e da innumerevoli persone in tutto il mondo”.

Grimes was accused of hurling snowballs at Queen Elizabeth II

To understand Grimes' story, it's important to remember that the musician is actually from Canada. Born Claire Boucher, Grimes was raised in Vancouver (via Business Insider), and her unusual connection to Queen Elizabeth II occurred when the queen toured Canada in 2002.

"Once the queen was [going to] drive past my high school on a snow day, and all day the teachers threatened us, 'No snowballs,'" Grimes tweeted on Sept. 14, 2022. "As she drove past, it was dead silent, all teachers [on] high alert. And just as the procession was almost past, a single snowball arced from the crowd and hit her car." 

In another part of the Twitter thread, she added: "I was wrongfully accused and had to spend many hours in interrogations. Still to this day, the culprit remains unknown." However, Grimes added that the display of rebellion was "glorious" — so even if she didn't do the deed, whoever did certainly left an impression. 

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