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Royal bees living on the grounds of Buckingham Palace and Clarence House have been notified of the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the coronation of her heir, Charles III. It is reported by the Daily Mail. The royal beekeeper went to the bees, observing an ancient tradition. John Chappel wrapped the seven hives with black mourning ribbons. After that, “in a low voice” he informed the bees of the queen's death. "You have to knock on each hive and say: "The mistress is dead, but you don't fly away. The new owner will be good for you,” Cheppel said about the secret ritual.
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