Saturday, September 1, 2018

Buckingham Palace plays 'honor' of Aretha Franklin on a funeral day

Buckingham Palace plays 'honor' of Aretha Franklin on a funeral day

Buckingham Palace plays 'honor' of Aretha Franklin on a funeral day

The Queen of England honored the 'Queen of the Spirit' by playing an honor during the change of guard ceremony on Friday morning before the funeral of Area Franklin, MailOnline said.
And on the other side of Detroit, on the other side of the pond, more than 130 pink Cadillacs from across the United States have gathered in Detroit to highlight the street where Artha Franklin's funeral is taking place.
MailOnline said that the touching gesture gives tribute to his most famous songs, Freeway of Love.
Cars are paying tribute to the Queen of Hit's Song, the 1985 song that includes Chorus songs: "We are riding on the love of the freeway." In Pink Cadillac.
This idea came from Chrysant Ellis, who said that he was motivated after arresting the police line in his cars for the arrested officers.
 Aretha Franklin died on August 16 at the age of 76. After fighting with advanced pancreatic cancer, he was surrounded by family and friends at his home in Detroit. In a statement, the family has said: "It is with deep and deep sadness that we have passed a long time campaigner, Gwendolin Quinn, in order to pass the Queen of Arthur Louis Francis to the Queen of the Spirit in the statements made by Franklin's family Make announcements. "76-year-old Franklin was surrounded by family and loved ones at his home in Detroit, MI, on Thursday, August 16. "In one of the darkest moments of our life, we have not found the right words to express pain in our heart, we have lost the parents and the rock of our family, her children, grandchildren, and nieces. That was love, nephew, and cousin had no boundaries. "We are incredibly manipulating love and support from close friends, supporters and fans around the world, thanks for your compassion and prayers. We have felt your love for Aretha and it gives us comfort. That her legacy will live. As we are sad, we ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time. " parked on seven miles road to congratulate Ms. Aretha Franklin?'
"They are coming from everywhere," she said. "They are coming to Texas; Omaha, Nebraska; Florida; North Carolina; Maryland."
Aretha Franklin died on August 16 at the age of 76. After fighting with advanced pancreatic cancer, he was surrounded by family and friends at his home in Detroit.
In a statement, the family has said: "It is with deep and deep sadness that we have passed a long time campaigner, Gwendolin Quinn, in order to pass the Queen of Arthur Louis Francis to the Queen of the Spirit in the statements made by Franklin's family Make announcements.
"76-year-old Franklin was surrounded by family and loved ones at his home in Detroit, MI, on Thursday, August 16.
"In one of the darkest moments of our life, we have not found the right words to express pain in our heart, we have lost the parents and the rock of our family, her children, grandchildren, and nieces. That was love, nephew, and cousin had no boundaries.
"We are incredibly manipulating love and support from close friends, supporters and fans around the world, thanks for your compassion and prayers. We have felt your love for Aretha and it gives us comfort. That her legacy will live. As we are sad, we ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time. "

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