What is the proper etiquette for toasting the queen?

I attend many social functions as well as scheduled functions, such as Rotary International. Here in the UK, before any discussions, or any other toasts, our first toast is always to Her Majesty The Queen.

It's a simple salutation. We rise with our glasses and the hosts says 'To the Queen!' And all respond, 'To The Queen.'

It's as simple as it can be.

If you were from the UK or the Commonwealth, it would also be acceptable to state 'To the Queen, long live The Queen.' However, this would not be appropriate outside of the Commonwealth or UK. It could be considered highly disloyal to any other monarchy where you may be, or disrespectful to the democracy where you visiting.

If you are in a country where a monarchy exists, it is always correct to first toast that monarchy.