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Helping bereaved children following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

A statement from Laura Lewis, CEO, regarding the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

We were extremely saddened at the announcement of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are with her family and everyone around the world who loved and admired her.
As a children’s bereavement charity, we understand that the death of the Queen may impact children, and adults, in ways that they might not have been expecting. It could be a person’s first experience of death or it may bring up memories and feelings surrounding a bereavement they have experienced in the past. All feelings are normal and can be different for each individual.

Daisy’s Dream are here to support you if you have been affected by the death of the Queen. If you want specific information about talking to a child about the death of the Queen then there are some great resources listed below:

Talking to children about the death of the Queen

The impact of the death of the Queen on young people

Or if recent events have brought up feelings around a bereavement they have experienced in the past you can contact us on 0118 934 2604, email us or visit our support pages listed below for further advice.

Talking to children about death

Children & funerals

Questions about dying