Before the controversial knighthood, the Queen’s’simmering resentment’ toward Tony Blair was exposed.

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Before the controversial knighthood, the Queen’s’simmering resentment’ toward Tony Blair was revealed.

Before Tony Blair was knighted, royal commentator Richard Kay claimed that the Queen harbored “simmering resentment” toward him.

Sir Tony Blair’s knighthood is being revoked, according to a petition signed by one million people.

The Queen made the former Prime Minister a Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter last week.

In the British honours system, it is the highest order of knighthood.

However, as of this writing, 1,005,596 people have signed a petition to have the ban lifted.

According to the petition, the former Labour Prime Minister “caused irreparable damage to both the United Kingdom’s constitution and the very fabric of the nation’s society.”

He is also accused of being personally responsible for the deaths of “countless innocent civilian lives and servicemen in various conflicts,” according to the report.

The authors of the petition say he should be held accountable for alleged war crimes and that he is “the least deserving person of any public honor.”

Before Mr. Blair, every previous Prime Minister had been awarded the Order of the Garter or the Thistle.

According to a report in the Sunday Times in 2020, the Queen’s alleged dislike of Mr Blair resulted in “bedlocking” of other senior figures, including her attempts to knight Gordon Brown.

According to reports, the Queen was hesitant to give his predecessor the same honor.

The Queen has “still simmering resentment” over Mr Blair’s handling of Diana, Princess of Wales’ death in 1997, according to Richard Kay, editor-at-large of the Daily Mail.

Royal aides, on the other hand, dismissed the notion that Her Majesty’s personal feelings might influence who gets into the Orders and who doesn’t.

According to a source, such a suggestion is “absurd” and “suggests a level of pettiness that does not exist.”

“It is absurd to suggest that the way honors are decided is churlish,” they continued.

Princess Diana was tragically killed in a car accident only months after Mr Blair became Prime Minister.

He gave a famous speech on the morning of Diana’s death, in which he referred to her as the “People’s Princess.”

He is also said to have urged the Queen to return from Balmoral to London.

She had initially declined to return, preferring instead to keep Prince William and Prince Harry out of the spotlight.

“News from the Brinkwire.”

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