She stayed as a queen for a long time because she never gave up and she always helped people, alot of people liked her so thet is why she kept going, jbut when she was tired and coulnt do more she called it a finish.
She lived along time.
Queen Elizabeth was in jail for eight weeks.
Assuming that you mean queen Elizabeth the Second, ; no this Queen is still alive in the year 2013, long live the Queen!
Queen Elizabeth II is still living.
1558 until 1603
She was queen for 45 years.
Queen Elizabeth I was queen for 45 years. That is very long compared to her siblings' reigns.
It is the other way around. Mary queen of Scott was forceed into prison by queen elizabeth, her cousin, for 16 years until queen elizabeth exicuted Mary by beheading her.
for 6 or 8 years
Queen Elizabeth 1 ruled from 1588 until 1603
The ship should properly be referred to as Queen Elizabeth 2 as she is named after the first ship, not the reigning monarch. Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) is 963 feet long.
She is queen until her death or until she abdicates her title.
The Queen in still alive, long live The Queen
In February 2015, Queen Elizabeth will have been queen for an astonishing 63 years. She is Head of State of the UK and 15 other Commonwealth realms.
Queen Elizabeth I died in 1603, a long, long time before Queen Elizabeth II was born. You might be referring to the Queen Mother, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, wife of George VI. She was never styled as Queen Elizabeth I or II though, because she was not a sovereign. She was a Queen Consort, the wife of a King, but had none of his powers, nor was she in line to the throne. When George VI died, the throne passed to the next in line, Elizabeth II.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is still the reigning monarch of the UK !
Queen Elizabeth II acceded to the throne in February 1952.
60 years ago
Queen Elizabeth the Second has been married for 65 years
From the 6th of Febuary 2013 HM Queen Elizabeth II has been Queen for 61 years. On the 4th September 2015 the Queen will surpass Queen Victoria as the longest reigning british Monarch.