One-year-old girl disguises herself as Queen Elizabeth II and Buckingham Palace sends her a congratulatory letter


Few can boast that Queen Elizabeth II addressed them personally, and an Ohio girl and her parents are now on that list.

Few can boast that Queen Elizabeth II addressed them personally, and an Ohio girl and her parents are now on that list.

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Despite his young age, 1-year-old Jalayne Sutherland has a real treasure in her hands, a letter from Buckingham Palace, where Queen Elizabeth II herself sends a greeting and congratulated her on her outfit.

Everything arose from the idea of ​​her parents, to characterize her as Queen Elizabeth II for last Halloween.

The girl wore a pastel-colored coat and hat, a white wig and even wore a pearl necklace. To save this epic moment, the little girl’s mother decided to photograph her with two corgi dogs, the favorites of the queen loves.

“As we walked we received many, many compliments, but my favorite reactions were when people bowed to her, they even made the royal salute and said: ‘Your Majesty!'”, Added the woman to local media.

After the cute images went viral, Jalayne’s mom sent the photos of the costume to Buckingham Palace, not knowing what would happen months later.

After receiving the curious image of the monarch, the queen’s maid of honor, Mary Morrison, responded with a letter.

“The Queen wants me to write to you and thank you for your letter and the photograph that you carefully attached,” he said.

Her Majesty thought it kind of her to write to her, and the Queen was glad to see the photograph of her daughter, Jalayne, in her splendid attire.”He continued.

In the letter, Morrison detailed to the little girl’s family that His Majesty wished them a “Very Merry Christmas” and also attached some information about royal pets.

After spreading this moment, the case went viral on social networks with multiple comments that celebrated the noble gesture of Queen Elizabeth II.

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