What was Queen Elizabeth's favorite song?
It is thought to be "in the wee small hours of the morning" by Frank Sinatra
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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… Margaret) maintained that closeness despite the pressures of the abdication which brought King George to the throne and made Elizabeth the heir apparent. The general understanding is that Elizabeth's sense of duty is at least in part due to what she learned from her father. (MORE)
well she doesnt do anything. She lounges around and waits until one of her poop then she can go find a servant!
She has two horses named Whitton Poppy and Sandringham Sailor II.. She has two horses named Whitton Poppy and Sandringham Sailor II.
Queen Elizabeth IIs mother was Queen from 1936 - 1952, when her husband was King. She was never Queen in her own right.
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.
She enjoyed horse back riding, dancing, studying Greek and Latin and hunting, among many others.
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.
plo incorrect She defeated the spanish armada she was strict seta a good example was very smart and made England a country of world power
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. .
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…rt and the oldest serving spouse of a reigning monarch (MORE)
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…ge. religion was a big deal back then so she wasn't either, them believing in different doctrines and practices makes that pretty impossible to be both. she however did like the catholic vestments but she was strictly in modern day terms protestant (MORE)
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.
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 …picked the biggest meanest she could get. She also liked that they spoke only GAELIC. MAKING THEM MUCH HARDER TO BRIBE. (MORE)
Queen Elizabeth I's father (King Henry VIII) died on 28 January 1547. Queen Elizabeth II's father (King George VI) died on February 6th, 1952
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
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 …English public sentiment during World War I. Wettin had becomethe surname of the monarchs after Queen Victoria married PrinceAlbert. Albert's surname, which he passed on to his children, wasWettin. Because Albert was from the noble family of Saxe-Coburg andGotha, the royal household was known as Saxe-Coburg and Gotha until1917, when, along with the surname Wettin, George V changed thename of the British royal household to Windsor. The Queen and all members of the Royal Family holding the style andtitle His/Her Royal Highness do not hold or use surnames. However,all current members of the Royal Family are members and descendantsof the House of Windsor. The House of Windsor was created by KingGeorge V by Royal Proclamation in 1917. (MORE)
She has eight: Prince William, Prince Harry, Peter and Zara Phillips, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise, and James (Viscount Severn).
anyway she is a very good head of state . Being a brilliant queen almost 3 years till she breaks a record
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…rs.com/topic/prince-philip , comes from the royal family of Greece and was created Duke of Edinburgh prior to their wedding on 20 November 1947. Elizabeth and Philip had four children: http://wiki.answers.com/topic/charles-prince-of-wales (b. 1948), Anne (b. 1950), Andrew (b. 1960) and Edward (b. 1964); as the eldest, http://wiki.answers.com/topic/charles-prince-of-wales is heir to the throne. Queen Elizabeth is the sister of the late http://wiki.answers.com/topic/princess-margaret , daughter of the late Queen Mother, mother-in-law to the late http://wiki.answers.com/topic/diana-princess-of-wales , and grandmother to the princes http://wiki.answers.com/topic/prince-william and http://wiki.answers.com/topic/prince-harry . She also shares a name with a famous predecessor, http://wiki.answers.com/topic/elizabeth-i . The queen celebrated her Golden Jubilee in 2002, marking 50 years on the throne (MORE)
There have been two Queens named Elizabeth in English and British history. Take your pick from the related questions below.
Queen Elizabeth IIÃ¢??s birth name is Elizabeth Alexandra MaryWindsor. She has served 62 years on the throne as of 2014.
It is kind of hard to imagine a queen having a nickname, but QueenElizabeth does. Her nickname is Lilibet.
Queen Elizabeth's man goal was to bring order and peace to England, to protect the people as if they were her children.
Queen Elizabeth II had only one sibling, her sister Margaret, who died about 10 years ago.
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…ed him and had 2 girls. Krissie and Elizabeth. (MORE)
Queen Elizabeth I was able to speak and read six languagesfluently. She also was talented in archery, music, and dancing.
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.
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…002 and she was 71 years old and Queen Elizabeth the 2 was 76 years old and Queen Elizabeth the 2 had 4 children names was Prince Charles is 61 year old , Prince Andrew is 49 years old, Prince Edward is 45 years old and Princess Anne is 59 years old and queen Elizabeth the 2 married to Philip Mountbatten on 19th of November 1947 he is 88 years old and Queen Elizabeth the 2 is now 83 years old. By Shannon Lincoln. (MORE)
When she was young she had beautiful curly ginger hair. Her hands were also quite lovely with long tapered fingers.
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. .
Edward VIII, Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, Prince George, Duke of Kent, And Prince John
her hair type was that because it represented the bridal hair. the bridal hair is to show her virginity. she was named the virgin queen.
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.
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…gimental band of the Life Guards would play during dinners. Her granddaughter Queen Marie of Romania recounted a charming story. A special performance of Bizet's Carmen was played at Windsor Castle. Marie recalls sitting next to the queen and watching her face beaming with pleasure during the performance. After it was over Victoria turned to her granddaughter with a grin on her face, leaned over and hiding their faces with her fan delightedly whispered "I am afraid she's really not very nice." The queen's tastes weren't all highbrow. In her later years one of favorite songs was an 1882 song by an American composer which seemed to extol the good life American slaves enjoyed on the plantations of the Old South. It was called "Happy Darkies Workin in the Field." It was a rollicking tune, and the queen would beat time to it with her fan or tap her fingers on the table. I suspect however that if one could have held the queen to her most favorite it would have been one of the lieders or songs composed by her beloved husband, Prince Albert. The two would sing and play duets of them on the pianos at the many royal residences. (MORE)
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…gedy she became queen and later had two sins Andrew and edward. So far she has had 8 grandchildren and so far 2 great grandchild and she has been queen of britain for 60 years! (MORE)
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.
Peter Phillips (Son of Princess Anne) and wife Autumn Kelly are expecting their first child in December. Peter Phillips is the Queen's first grandson.
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon and the sister of Queen Elizabeth II, died on 9 February 2002.
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…pain) with England becoming simply a satellite and servants of a corrupt dynasty. She also prevented England from joining a religious alliance under the Papacy, one that stemmed from the Council of Trent and led most of Europe into a Catholic Sect. This would have caused the Church in England to lose its freedom and independence, which dated back to the early days of the Catholic Church before Trent was even thought of. --- Queen Elizabeth I was a most successful Queen, but longed for the devotion of her people that Roman Catholics reserved for Our Blessed Mother. She was an excellent statesman and ruler, but never could have the devotion of her people the way the Blessed Mother did, and still does to this day. (MORE)
Margaret actually died on February 9, 2002. Before she died, however; she used to be the Countess of Snowdon.
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,… but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a King of England too, and think foul scorn that Parma or Spain, or any Prince of Europe should dare to invade the borders of my realm. (MORE)
Queen Elizabeth II has no living parents, brothers or sister. She is married To Prince Phillip. They have four children; Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward.
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,… although I cannot confirm this, its only an assumption. its also possible that she had a lead coffin for the funeral and her body was then moved to a wood one later. point being, she had one lead one, and one wood one. (MORE)
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.
She was born April 21 at 2:40am in 1928.when she was 13 she fell in love with prince Phillip then ended up marrying him at the age of 19.
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.
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.
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)
Lady Elisabeth Of York is her Paternal Grandmother And Lady Elizabeth Howard-Boylan is her Maternal Grandmother
Queen Elizabeth I became queen in 1558 at the age of 25. QueenElizabeth II was officially crowned queen in 1953. It was the firstcoronation that was televised.