His Majesty King Peter Goldishman has finally made it official that the Monarchy was in mourning following the death of one his best friends Julio Neves aged 42.
Mr Neves was once briefly appointed ambassador of Mount Vema to Angola and was granted Citizenship. The close friend of His Mount Vema Majesty, is said to have passed away aged 42 just before his birthday after battling a short illness.
A spokesperson for Mount Vema said that the King was made aware of it and that the Monarchy considered it to be a private matter. However just a day after His Majesty 43 birthday, the King decided to make the news official and to assure the surviving children that they will always have a special place within the community.
His Mount Vema Majesty was devastated to have lost one of his best friend, and the only one of his childhood friends that remained in contact since primary school. They remained close throughout until recently.
It is such a sad loss for His Majesty, Mr Neves family and everyone in the community. He was one of the most reliable friends the King had.
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