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Boris Johnson apologized to Elizabeth II

The office of the Prime Minister of Great Britain apologized for the party on the eve of the funeral of Prince Philip.

The office of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has officially apologized to Queen Elizabeth II for a party held the night before the funeral of her husband, Duke Philip Mountbatten. This is reported by Bloomberg.

"We are very sorry that this happened on a day of national mourning. We understand the public outrage now," Johnson's spokesman Jamie Davis said.

According to journalists, the party took place on April 16, 2022, in honor of the retirement of two employees of the British government. Employees of the government apparatus bought strong alcohol in a store nearby from 10 Downing Street with "suitcases", turned on loud music, and broke his son's swing.

Prior to that, Boris Johnson apologized to the public for the parties held a year earlier, in May 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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