What was Queen Elizabeth's favorite song?

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It is thought to be "in the wee small hours of the morning" by Frank Sinatra
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What was Queen Elizabeth's relationship with her father?

Answer . \nWell, I believe that her relationship was "daughter". :-)\n. \nI think you're asking about the closeness of the relationship, which by most accounts I've read was very close. The entire family (King George VI, Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother), Princess Elizabeth and Princess (MORE)

What was Queen Elizabeth's ascension?

Answer Elizabeth I ascended to the throne on 17 November 1558 and her Coronation was on 15 January 1559. Elizabeth II ascended to the throne on 6 February 1952 and her Coronation was on 2 June 1953.

Why are Queen Elizabeth's initials ER?

Elizabeth, Regina. Elizabeth, Queen. She is the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. Her mother, Queen Elizabeth, did not use these letters. She was not the reigning monarch, but was consort to her husband, King George.

What was Queen Elizabeth's grandparents called?

Queen Elizabeth's grandparents were as follows. King George V and Mary of Teck (Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes) on her father's side and Claude George Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne and Cecilia Nina Cavendish-Bentinck on her mother's side. .

Is Queen Elizabeth's husband alive?

She is married to Prince Phillip. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark ; 10 June 1921) http://wiki.answers.com/#cite_note-1 is the husband of http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Elizabeth_II . He is Britain's longest-serving http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Conso (MORE)

What is Queen Elizabeth's religion?

she was either really cause she was good to both protitent and catholololic she was actually an evangelical the term protestant didn't come around to later. she was good to catholics as the majority of the country was catholic and protestants because she relied on them to bring about religious chan (MORE)

Queen Elizabeth's last name?

The last name of Queen Elizabeth the first was Tudor. She was thedaughter of Henry the 8th and was the last of the Tudor's to be amonarch.

Who were Queen Elizabeth's guards?

her guards were called Crosses, They were large Highland Scotts. We thing they were McLean's of Duart. They were Called Crosses Because of the large Claymores they carried looked like crosses when they held them point down. Highlanders were famous for being very loyal, McLean's were protestant. She (MORE)

Did Queen Elizabeth's father die?

There are many Queen Elizabeths. Assuming you are talking about the current queen of the United Kingdom:. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom's father was George VI of the United Kingdom, who died on 6 February 1952. . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Elizabeth

What is Queen Elizabeth's surname?

Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor;born 21 April 1926). Her surname is Windsor. She did not take husband Phillip's surname, Mountbatten, when shemarried. The queen's grandfather George V changed the family surname toWindsor because their proper surname, Wettin, sounded too Germanfor (MORE)

Queen Elizabeth's grandchildren?

She has eight: Prince William, Prince Harry, Peter and Zara Phillips, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise, and James (Viscount Severn).

What was Queen Elizabeth's role as Queen?

Queen Elizabeth II has been the United Kingdom's reigning monarch since 1952. Elizabeth was proclaimed queen on 6 February 1952 following the death of her father, http://wiki.answers.com/topic/king-george-vi ; she was formally crowned the next year, on 2 June 1953. Her husband, http://wiki.answe (MORE)

Who were queen elizabeth's allies?

Her allies where sir roy flech and she married him also had a divorce 12 years after they had there sons Benard,Grant,Jay,Leo,lenardo,Anne and wee baby Henry. They were at a young age when their parents divorced, In fact Henry was only 5 months old!1 She found another husband sir francis Drako marri (MORE)

Who was Queen Elizabeth's boyfriend?

If you mean Queen Elizabeth I, then the answer would be that shedidn't have one. To learn more about her marriage and life, see therelated link below. If you mean Queen Elizabeth II, than she married Prince Philip,Duke of Edinburgh.

How old is Queen Elizabeth's mother?

Queen Elizabeth mother died on the Sunday 31st of March 2002 and she was 101 years old and Queen Elizabeth the 2 was 76 years old and Queen Elizabeth father died on 6th of February 1952 and he was 56 years old and Queen Elizabeth the 2 was 25 years old and Princess Margaret died on 9th of February 2 (MORE)

What were Queen Elizabeth's accomplishments as queen?

being queen for 57 years and she restored England's coin system and re-established the Protestant Church of England. She also began decades of support for writers, artists, musicians, scientists, and explorers. .

Who will be Queen Elizabeth's successor?

Barring his death from an accident, old age or other, Prince Charles, her son, will be King of Engand when she dies or abdicates. In the event of Charles' demise before then, his son Prince William would be King.

What was Queen Victoria's favorite song?

Probably like most people Queen Victoria's favorites changed over time. She lived to a respectable old age for her times. We do know she preferred librettoes from Light Italian Opera, some songs of Wagner, and Rossini and Mendelsohn. Her favorite however seems to have been Shubert tunes which the re (MORE)

What is the timeline of Queen Elizabeth's life?

Queen Elizabeth II was born in 1925 then her sister Anne was born her father became king of Britain and then she hit married to prince Phillip and had two children prince Charles and princess Anne then her beloved father passed away while Elizabeth an Phillip were in Africa. 16 months after that tra (MORE)

What was Queen Elizabeth's favorite William Shakespeare play?

Elisabeth the first made no comments on, or about WilliamShakespeare, as far as we know. There is no record of them evermeeting. Elisabeth died in 1603, not 1600, as previously suggested.Other playrwrights of the time, including Christopher Marllow weremore promiment.

What was Queen Elizabeth's main success?

She curbed the internal conflicts that would have prevented England from maintaining its role in European commerce, much less its expansion to a predominant world power. --- She prevented England being subsumed into a grand continental alliance under the Holy Roman Emperor (or later, Philip of S (MORE)

What was Queen Elizabeth's famous speech?

My loving people, we have been persuaded by some that are careful of our safety, to take heed how we commit ourself to armed multitudes for fear of treachery; but I assure you, I do not desire to live to distrust my faithful and loving people....I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman, (MORE)

What was queen elizabeth's coffin made of?

For her funeral she was in a lead coffin (covered in purple velvet and a life-like effigy). But she must have had a double coffin (a coffin inside a coffin) because in the 1800's when her tomb was opened it was reported she had a wooden coffin so her wooden coffin must have been inside the lead one, (MORE)

Who is queen elizabeth's favorite son?

Charles! Although he's weird and should have gotten a better outlook with his pretty mum and handsome father, he is still the heir and has grown into the role of being next in line to the trone.

Who was Queen Elizabeth's I eldest son?

Queen Elizabeth I was unmarried and was known as the Virgin Queen. She had no children and the crown passed to her cousin King James VI of Scotland who became King James I of England.

Who was Queen Elizabeth's heir apparent?

Due to the fact that Elizabeth had no children and her father,Henry VIII legitimized the claims of persons who had plottedagainst Elizabeth (such as James VI and Mary, Queen of Scots -Elizabeth's closest 'royal' relatives), there was no heir apparentor presumptive named.

Have there been 3 Queen Elizabeth's?

No. That's why the current queen is Elizabeth II and not Elizabeth III, Elizabeth IV, etc. (if you would have thought about it you wouldn't asked such a question)