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A little late, but the 1-year-old who copied it received a letter from the queen

A little late, but the 1-year-old who copied it received a letter from the queen

A little late, exactly 2 months later, but a letter from the Queen of England arrived at the address of a 1-year-old girl.

Jalayne Sutherland dressed as Queen Elizabeth for last Halloween. He wore a blue overcoat, put on wigs, hats and pearls around his neck.

Jalayne's mother, Katelyn Sutherland, sent a letter and some photos of the girl's dress to Buckingham Palace and was surprised to receive a reply.

A little late, but the 1-year-old who copied it received a letter from the queen

A representative of Queen Elizabeth had sent the letter to their address on December 9th.

"The Queen would like to thank you for your letter and for the photos you have attached. Her Majesty was delighted when she saw the pictures of your daughter, Jalayne, in her gorgeous dress. "She hopes you all have a very happy Christmas", was written in the letter that the little girl's parents posted on social networks.

A little late, but the 1-year-old who copied it received a letter from the queen

The queen herself celebrated, but in accordance with the rules set by the Omicron variant of Covid-19. She delivered her annual televised speech on Christmas Day, focusing especially on the loss of her husband, Prince Philip, who died 99 in April, after a 73-year marriage in which they lived happily ever after.