Revealed: The late Queen's poignant last recorded words - as ex-PM Liz Truss ... trends now

Revealed: The late Queen's poignant last recorded words - as ex-PM Liz Truss ... trends now
Revealed: The late Queen's poignant last recorded words - as ex-PM Liz Truss ... trends now

Revealed: The late Queen's poignant last recorded words - as ex-PM Liz Truss ... trends now

The late Queen Elizabeth II's last recorded words have been revealed by former Prime Minister Liz Truss.

Ms Truss, 48, visited Britain's longest-serving monarch at her beloved Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, just two days before her death in September 2022. 

In her new memoir, which was serialised in the Mail, Britain's shortest serving prime minister revealed how she was advised by the Queen to 'pace' herself.

Ms Truss - the last of the 15 prime ministers to serve the Queen - has now told The Sun the final six words that the monarch told her when their meeting came to an end on September 6, 2022.

The Queen said: 'I'll see you again next week.' Ms Truss recalled: 'I absolutely thought that would happen.'

On September 8, just two days after the pair were pictured shaking hands, the world was plunged into mourning as Queen Elizabeth's death was announced by Buckingham Palace.

Ms Truss visited Britain's longest-serving monarch at her beloved Balmoral Castle in Scotland just two days before her death in September 2022

Ms Truss visited Britain's longest-serving monarch at her beloved Balmoral Castle in Scotland just two days before her death in September 2022

Liz Truss (pictured) was the last of the 15 prime ministers who served the late Queen Elizabeth II

Liz Truss (pictured) was the last of the 15 prime ministers who served the late Queen Elizabeth II 

The official cause of death would later be recorded as 'old age'. 

Ms Truss - who had flown to Scotland after defeating Rishi Sunak in the Tory leadership contest in summer 2022 - survived just 49 days in her role. 

Her brief tenure was marred by economic turmoil – including reforms that sent the pound tumbling – before her ousting from No 10.

Speaking about the final meeting with the Queen on The Sun's Never Mind the Ballots show, Ms Truss said: 'She was an extremely wise woman and so, so on the ball.' 

The Mail has previously revealed that Ms Truss writes of the late Queen in the book,

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