95 Years of Queen Elizabeth: Meet 10 Curiosities about a King
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Photo 1 of 10 – her name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor; His childhood nickname, Lillipeth. The Queen was born by Caesarean section and her mother was 25 years old. (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 2 of 10 When greeting the Queen, you must first say Your Majesty, then Madam. You should never “talk about” it; She is the one who reaches out and starts the conversation (Image: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 3 of 10 – The Queen has already submitted 130 official photos; And he loves photography. (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 4 of 10 – She specializes in horses and canine dogs, her favorite dog breed. She had over 30 dogs throughout her reign and created a new breed, the dorgis. Today she has two Corgi dogs, Holly and Willow, and two Dorgis, Kandy and Vulcan (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 5 of 10 – He made 266 international trips during his reign; It is the British monarch who has traveled the most. (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 6 of 10 She is the only British woman who does not need a passport. (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 7 of 10 During World War II he served in the British Army with the rank of Second Lieutenant and worked as a mechanic. (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 8 of 10 – She loves to drive her Land Rover but neither has a license nor does her cars have a license plate (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 9 of 10 – The imperial crown with which Parliament opens every year with 2,868 diamonds (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Photo 10 of 10 – The Queen only uses one model of the bag, the Launer brand, and it costs R $ 8,500. She has over 200 copies in her wardrobe (Photo: Instagram / theroyalfamily)
Wednesday (21) marks the 95th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II of England. The Queen, the first time since assuming the throne, spent her birthday without her husband, Prince Philip, who died earlier this month.
Elizabeth assumed the throne in 1952 when her father passed away, at the time she was only 25 years old. In the year after her father’s death, she was crowned the first British coronation to be televised around the world, crowning the Queen at the head of four independent countries such as the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It is also considered the queen of other countries such as: Jamaica, Barbados, Bahamas, Granada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua, Barbuda, Saint Kitts and Nevis.
At present, the woman is already a great-grandmother and her eldest son Charles, Prince of Wales, succeeded her to the throne. Despite various criticisms of the royal family and attacks by republican movements, the Queen remains firm in her stance and in the continuation of the monarchy in the country.
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