Elizabeth II granted audience with the King of Queens

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LONDON, UK – Official reports from Buckingham palace have announced that the first formal meeting between the late Queen Elizabeth and the King of Heaven have taken place as planned.

Top secret plans, known by senior British officials as the ‘London Bridge to Heaven‘, can now be revealed and show a highly anticipated renewal for the former monarch.

“We didn’t know the time or the hour, but this meeting has certainly been on the books for over 50 years now,” shared Lord Castlebrook, the chief facilitator of the event.

“The Queen told me herself several days ago that that she was very much looking forward to meeting the Son of Man.”

“She also expressed excitement at a renewed body, and being the one to ‘bend the knee‘ for a change.”

“Unfortunately I am not at liberty to share the details of the encounter, but I did hear the words ‘Well done, good and faithful servant’ spoken in gentle tones as she was approaching.”

A general statement has been released from heaven welcoming Elizabeth, who Damascus Dropbear has been informed is now asking to be referred to by her childhood name, Lilibet.

“We are delighted to receive her temporal majesty into our eternal majesty,” said kingdom spokesperson Gabriel Angelos.

“I can assure you she is feeling not only well but victorious – happy and glorious.”

“Jesus also wished to pass on a special message to all those mourning that He has indeed saved the Queen, as well as anyone else who calls on His name.”

It is further reported that Lilibet was at one stage bowled off her feet by a barrage of Corgies, but sustained no injuries.

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