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Queen's last moments - she 'tidied everything up then simply let go'

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The Queen simply "let go" after she "tidied everything up" in terms of the transition between Prime Ministers, a source who knew her has said.

The Queen held her final audience with then Prime Minister Boris Johnson, before asking his succesor Liz Truss at Balmoral, Scotland to form a new government.

Days later she passed away "peacfully" at her Scottish retreat, leaving the world in mourning.READ MORE: Emotional King Charles fights back tears listening to Queen tributes in WestminsterPhotos from the castle on Tuesday (September 6) show Elizabeth II greeting the Prime Minister in front of a blazing fireplace just two days before her death – her last major act of public duty.A source who knew Her Majesty told the Times that, after this work had been completed, the Queen was ready to “let go”.They said: “I think she felt that with the change of prime minister she had finished tidying everything up, as she had been doing, and then simply let go.”In his first speech as King, Charles III dedicated much time to the commitment his mother held for over 70 years to her role as monarch.He said: “Queen Elizabeth’s was a life well lived; a promise with destiny kept and she is mourned most deeply in her passing.

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