related to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II who was crowned in 1953.
related to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II who was crowned in 1953.
Wednesday 6th February 1952
"I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong." If I'm not mistaken that's what I remember I said word by word.
Victoria was Elizabeth II great great grandmother
Queen Elizabeth the 2
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is... Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and Head of the Commonwealth. She is also Queen of 12 countries since her accession: Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands,Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Kitts and Nevis. (Sourced from Wikipedia).
This may be a very bad rumour. Queen Elizabeth owns enough property that buying 'a condo in Chicago' may not be on her list of real estate investments.
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II is head of state of the UK and 15 other Commonwealth realms. These include; Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Kitts and Nevis
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She was born April 21, 1926 in Mayfair, London, United Kingdom.
She is the queen of the United Kingdom, which includes Northern Ireland.
Her father died in 1952 and in 2002 her mother and sister died
She is the head of state, but she is not actually a wielder of power.
The Governor General. The post is presently held (2016) by General Sir Peter Cosgrove.
Yes, Princess Margret was her sister.
She succeeded William IV in 1837. As the only daughter of Edward, Duke of Kent, fourth son of George III, she was fourth in line after his three brothers, who had no children of their own.
temperance - Elizabeth Cady Stanton
The Queen's Christmas speech is normally broadcasted on television at about 3pm in Britain.
The Cleopatra you are thinking of is actually Cleopatra VII and she ruled Egypt between 51 BC and 30 BC. During that time, the Roman Empire was at least theoretically ruled by the Senate except for the last few years when it was ruled by the triumvirate of Octavian, Lepidus and Antony. At about the same time King Artavasdes II was king of Armenia, King Orodes II and his son Pacorus of Parthia, Malichus I… Read More
Queen Elizabeth II still rules (as of November 2014) However, its assumed that this question was placed in the wrong category and therefore referred to Queen Elizabeth I. Queen Elizabeth I died on 24 March 1603 of septicaemia (blood poisoning) - she was nearly 70 years of age. Her death took place at Richmond Palace which was a royal residence on the right (south, or Surrey) bank of the River Thames, upstream of the Palace… Read More
Some advantages of Elizabeth 1 not marrying included not having to answer to a foreigner and their agenda for England.
I can't figure out whether you are asking when she became Queen or what she did during her reign. You need to clarify your question.
The state of Israel is a 'Parliamentary Democracy' and has a 'Prime Minister' who serves as 'Head of State'. The current Prime Minister of Israel is Benjamin Netayahu.
The Queen is based in Buckingham Place London but has Official homes in Sandringham in Norfolk and Windsor Palace, Palace of Holyroodhouse in Scotland and Hillsborough in Northern Irland Her Majesty also has private homes in Balmoral in Scotland, Craigowan Lodge in Scotland and Deinadamph Lodge also in Scotland
The important world event that occurred in 1588 with Queen Elizabeth was the defeat of the Spanish Armada.
As of the 25th of March 2016, she is still alive.
she spend 169 years in her house in London I hope that help you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Her father left the Catholic Church.
Queen Elizabeth II overtook Queen Victoria as longest serving monarch on the 9th of September, 2015.
Elizabeth II's father, King George VI, died on the 6th of February, 1952.
the proper way to address the Queen is by "your majesty" or Ma'm, pronounced like "ham'
I am sure she likes all dogs, but Corgies are her favourite, she owns 5 of them
Our present Queen, Elizabeth II, was the next in line for the throne, on the death of her Father, George VI.
Buckingham Palace and the Palace of Holyrood House.
Elizabeth Peke died in 1848.
Silver Jubilee - train - was created in 1935.
Elizabeth Ryves died in 1797.
HM Queen Elizabeth II has 3 sons and one daughter. Her eldest son is Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall. Her daughter is Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise, The Princess Royal. Her other sons are: Andrew Albert Christian Edward, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and the youngest: Edward Antony Richard Louis, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
Church of England, my dear.
She lies buried in an elaborate tomb with her husband (Ferdinand) in Granada, Spain. This is interesting as most Spanish monarchs are buried in the Escorial. She has an elaborate tomb to say the least. as the first Spanish queen this is a fitting honor.
The planet is called Naboo. It is also the home planet of Jar Jar Binks and Chancellor Palpatine AKA Darth Sidious.
If Charles dies before Queen Elizabeth dies, then Prince William will be first in line. If Charles dies while he is king (having succeeded Elizabeth to the throne), then Wlliam becomes king and his eldest son (supposing there is one) will be heir to the throne. If William does not have children, then his younger brother Harry will be first in line.
A person's birthday is the date of the person's birth. If you were born at 12:01 am or later, you birthday is on the new day, even if your mother began labor before midnight. People can be born on any of the 365 days in a year. If in a Leap Year, the person could be born on Feb. 29th.
It wouldn't be possible for her to have one. She never had sex and was known as the Virgin Queen.
It has been taken over by a company called Confetti in 2002 and the Fulham and other stores have closed down. Here is a link to the relevant press articles http://www.confetti.co.uk/article/view/6703-7734-0.do Shopwatch" "What is happening at Jerry's Home Store? This time last year it had six outlets including one on the Fulham Road, SW7, and another in the Bluewater shopping mall- now it only has its Tottenham Court Road shop in London, which is about… Read More
With the death of Mary, Elizabeth succeeded to the throne of England in 1558. The bells tolled and citizens cheered. It was the beginning of the age of queens, where women would defy the principles of male-dominated rule, with the likes of the Queen Mother, Catherine de'Medici of France, Mary of Scotland and Elizabeth, Queen of England. The latter, however, would become the cornerstone of the era, guiding a kingdom with poise, wit, intellect and… Read More
food and more food on tuesdays
which ever one dies it will have the other ones name
On 21 April 1926 at 26 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, England.
travel to Singapore and queue and the bank to deposit it.
Yes, there are artifacts at Hatfield House, where she spent many childhood years. There are riding gloves, a hat and early silk stockings said to have belonged to her.
Britain is a "parliamentary monarchy". That is to say, Parliament runs the country in the name of the Queen. As Britain has no written constitution, the exact role of the Monarch is hard to assertain. In practice, Parliament (specifically, the Prime Minister) runs the country during the day-to-day. The Queen is purely a figurehead, with mostly ceremonial duties. However, the theory is more complex. The Queen is the only person with the power and (most… Read More
"Biting the curb" means putting your mouth on the curb and biting it, then someone stomps your head into it.
Elizabeth I was preceded by Mary I, her sister. Elizabeth II was preceded by George VI, her father.
Her Majesty The Queen of the United Kingdom signs herself Elizabeth R (R stands for Regina, which is Latin for Queen).
She was crowned in 1953 and she's still alive, so she's still the Queen. A hereditary monarchy is 'seamless', and doesn't depend on coronation or any other ceremony. Elizabeth II became queen the moment her father died on 6 February 1952.
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain (comprising of England, Scotland and Wales) and Northern Ireland has four Children: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales Born 14 November 1948 Princess Anne, The Princess Royal Born 15 August 1950 Prince Andrew, Duke of York Born 19 February 1960 Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex Born 10 March 1964
When did Queen Elizabeth Die?
England (and the UK) is ruled by Her Britannic Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen is Head of State of the UK and 15 other Commonwealth realms. The elder daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, she was born in 1926 and became Queen at the age of 25. She has reigned through more than five decades of enormous social change and development. The Queen is married to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and… Read More
The first true queen of England was Mary the First, back in 1553. Since then, there have been five other queens, though before then two women held rule for short periods of time.
Answer Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London on 21st April 1926.
There is no Queen Elizabeth III, so there's no death year. The current Queen is Queen Elizabeth II, and is alive and well at the age of 84.
Wake up! This jerk you call a lover is more interested in the green backs than he is you! He's smart enough to know if you just up and leave your husband you may well come away with very little money or no money at all. There is a thing called "desertion" and your husband didn't get where he is by being stupid! If you are that unhappy in your marriage then be smart enough… Read More
In Britain the word "queen" has two meanings in connection with the monarchy. It means (1) the wife of the king (or late king); (2) a woman reigning in her own right (like a king). Elizabeth II is a queen in sense (2), and if one wants to be extremely precise one could use the expression "queen regnant" ("reigning queen") in such cases. The word "king" in connection with the monarchy only has the meaning… Read More
ALL regular-issue Canadian coins since 1953 have carried the Queen's portrait, as do most coins of most Commonwealth countries, so that is not a distinguishing feature. You'll need to provide more information including the coin's date, the image on the other side, and its condition.
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
There has not been a Queen (or King) of England since the year 1707.
i think that her military experiances were that she didnt really have any that's about it
for 6 or 8 years
Pizza was her favorite food.
Defender of the Faith is and was the head of the Church of England - the monarch of the day. The term was used by the Pope at the time to describe Henry VIII who wrote a book in defense of the seven sacraments against the Protestant beliefs. See the Web Link to the left ' Fidei defensor'.
1558 - 1603
Apparently, this comes from a tradition of monarchs who were born in winter months. If a parade or celebration was held, it would be in foul weather normally. Hence, the official birthday is normally in May or June, when the weather is nicer. For a long time, however, the monarchs were born during the nicer months and the tradition was dropped. That is, until the Queen's father, George VI brought the tradition back (he was… Read More
Queen Victoria was the longest reigning monarch in British history, female or otherwise. Documents with her signature on them fetch quite a bit online, selling for around 500 to 700 dollars, depending on the condition of the document.
Well, I believe that her relationship was "daughter". :-) I 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… Read More
iv had a new ignition barrel fitted to my astra as key broke in old 1. now my radio and clock as gone of any 1 know why
Queen Elizabeth I of England was crowned on 15 January 1559. The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II as monarch of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Union of South Africa, Pakistan and Ceylon took place on 2 June 1953.
Lilianne Bettencourt. She is the daughter of Eugene Schueller, who founded the cosmetics giant L'Oréal. Lilianne Bettencourt is also the richest woman in the world.
This makes no sense, what do you mean?
at the time Winston Churchill
Answer She was a good queen because she married her country. She also saved England from civil war because of religion by creating the middle-way religion!!! She was also a good queen because she saved her country during the spanish armada from being destroyed. She had much better techniques than the scottish! Go queen elizabeth! BEST_EVER">BEST_EVER">hi queen Elizabeth is the BEST EVER
Answer Since Charles is the Queen's eldest son, he should be the next in line to be King. However because Elizabeth II is now 83, even though she is healthy, the weight of being a queen will soon bring on the pressure and Charles (who is 63 and the oldest Prince of Wales ever) can't possibly be King for a long time, he can't live for another 63 years. According to the papers, Elizabeth seems… Read More
Elizabeth is one of the names she was given at birth; she chose to use it as Monarch when she took the throne. There is some controversy over the designation II. Elizabeth I was a Tudor (the famous and brilliant daughter of Henry VIII). When James (House of Stewart) succeeded the childless Elizabeth, the Kingdoms of Scotland and England were united. There was never an Elizabeth I of Scotland. ---- The mother of Queen Elizabeth… Read More
Of course Queen Elizabeth I sat on the throne, as shown in many portraits. Elizabeth took the throne - literally - during her coronation process. She also sat on the throne during ceremonial occasions and when special visitors called upon her. The throne was lavishly decorated and a symbol of her status and power.
Elizabeth Kucinich, famous for her vegan lifestyle and advocacy for animal rights, is 6 feet tall. She is married to former presidential candidate, Dennis Kucinich.
During her 45-year reign Elizabeth had many dogs. There is a painting showing her with a small lap dog - the dog's name was Mrs. Perico. The painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder, circa 1585, and shows her at Wanstead House (Leicester's house). The painting is owned by the Duke of Portland and the painting can be seen at Welbeck Abbey. The dog, which looks to be a Maltese or something similar, is… Read More
Elizabeth passed the Poor law of 1601 that introduced a compulsery poor tax and more.
Poor planning on King Phillips part. His sailing instructions for the ship formation was no match for the English ships. The Duke of Medina Sidonia had no fighting skils let alone fighting at sea.
Church of England
Of course. Her half brother Edward was king (Edward VI) and her half-sister Mary (Mary I) was queen of England and Ireland before her.
1998 Judi Dench, Shakespeare in Love (Supporting Actress) [Elizabeth I] 2006 Helen Mirren, The Queen (Lead Actress) [Elizabeth II]