Queen: My prayers for Tonga
Daily Mirror|January 21, 2022
THE Queen has sent a message to Tonga saying she is "shocked and saddened" at the devastation Saturday's volcanic eruption and tsunami caused.

She told the Pacific nation's king Tupou VI: "My thoughts and prayers are with the people as you work together to recover."

Her message came as a 57-year-old was dubbed a "real life Aquaman" after he spent 27 hours swimming to safety.

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