Queen Elizabeth II remembered by Dolly Parton, Martina McBride and more: ‘She carried herself with grace’

The outpouring of love for Queen Elizabeth II after her passing Thursday continues with Hollywood celebs speaking about the impact the queen had on the world.

The ongoing idea in their remarks referred to the job the queen played in history and how she took care of the huge obligation with such grace.

Queen Elizabeth II arrives at the Queen Elizabeth II delivery office in Windsor with Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, April 20, 2016, in Windsor, England.
(Chris Jackson/WPA Pool/Getty Images)

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum and “Halloween” actress Kyle Richards expressed her fondness for the queen, mentioning multiple times she was one-of-a-kind. Richards credited the Netflix show “The Crown,” for humanizing the queen.

“I have such a lot of adoration and profound respect for her. There actually won’t ever be in any way similar to her from this point onward,” Richards told THT Digital. “In watching the show ‘The Crown,’ I truly felt like I got to truly see what her identity was much more, despite the fact that I realize it’s approximately based. She’s simply such a unimaginable person, and I feel like it’s miserable that we’ll at no point in the future have anybody like that. I truly trust that.”

Kyle Richards said watching "The Crown" made her love and admire the queen even more than she already did.

Kyle Richards said watching “The Crown” made her love and admire the queen even more than she already did.
(Momodu Mansaray/Getty Images)

Since she reigned for 70 years, Queen Elizabeth was the only monarch most people still alive have ever known.

“It’s the conclusion of an important time period, correct? She’s forever been there,” Martina McBride told THT digital. “For so many individuals, they can’t recall when she wasn’t the queen of Britain. I never got to meet her, yet from the external searching in … she had such respect and class and strength, and she is certainly going to be missed. She’s one of those individuals you’ll never at any point neglect. She has a spot in history for eternity.”

Cart Parton presented a recognition on the queen on Twitter, reviewing the time she met the queen her after one of her exhibitions. Like so many others, Parton remarked on the manner in which the queen conducted herself and how she figured out how to carry on with her existence with nobility and strength.

Dolly Parton met the queen in 1977 when she performed in London. She praised the queen for being graceful and strong.

Dolly Parton met the queen in 1977 when she performed in London. She praised the queen for being graceful and strong.
(Paul Natkin/Getty Images)

“I had the honor of meeting and performing for Queen Elizabeth II on my trip to London in 1977,” Parton wrote. “She carried herself with grace and strength her entire life. May she Rest in Peace. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time.”

Jamie Lee Curtis stood in awe of the queen’s complete dedication to her role as the monarch and to her country, mentioning that she was still carrying out her duties in her last days.

“She had a life of service to her country, and that is something that we should all think about and take in and realize that we are here for a much greater purpose than just our own selfish lives,” Curtis told THT Digital. “She embodied that from the day she was born until the day she died.

“The fact that she was shaking the hand of the new prime minister two days ago, doing her service to the country, to me, is an astonishing example of that level of respect that we should all be giving her.”

Jamie Lee Curtis praised the Queen's dedication to the crown and her country, hoping her life will inspire others.

Jamie Lee Curtis praised the Queen’s dedication to the crown and her country, hoping her life will inspire others.
(Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

The queen died Thursday after a 70-year reign, making her the longest-reigning British monarch in history.

 

Leave a Comment