Yes. Queen Elizabeth is British.
Yes, actually before becoming queen, then-Princess Elizabeth worked as an auto mechanic in women's branch of the British Army during WWII.
Before Queen Elizabeth her sister Mary I was queen.
The current British Queen is Elizabeth II.
Answer: Before the present Queen Elizabeth, the king was George VI; his wife was Queen Elizabeth. Before Elizabeth I of England, the monarch was Queen Mary who married King Philip II of Spain.
either Queen Elizabeth the 1st or queen Victoria
Elizabeth was always a queen because her family was royal
it was queen victoria
Queen Elizabeth II or Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor
Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth ll is monarch of The United Kingdom and British Commonwealth.
Before she became Queen Elizabeth II, she was the Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor of York. Before she became Queen Elizabeth I, she was the Lady Elizabeth Tudor while she was legally an illegitimate childe of the King, then the Princess Elizabeth Tudor.
Queen Elizabeth I was a Queen regnant meaning she had real power the next queen, Anne of Denmark, was a queen consort meaning she had no power and was just married to the monarch, the next Monarch after Queen Elizabeth I was King James VI & I, and the next Queen regnant in British history was Queen Mary II
Sir Francis Drake led Queen Elizabeth the first's British navy:)
Samoa is a part of the British Commonwealth, meaning the queen of the UK is their queen, this being Queen Elizabeth II.
She was not the first queen Queen Matilda reigned in the 1100s, around 400-500 years before Elizabeth I did.
Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Mary, Queen Anne, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II have been on the obverse of all British coins during their respective reigns. Britannia has been on the reverse of many different British coins for hundreds of years. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Princess Diana have been on the reverse of several British coins, and Queen Victoria appeared on the reverse of the 2001 Five Pound coin.
George VI was King before Queen Elizabeth II
Because she is Queen of all the countries of the British Commonwealth.
Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne on the death of her father, King George VI. As with all British Empire/Commonwealth countries depicting the reigning monarch on their coins, George VI was on Canadian coins prior to Queen Elizabeth II.
Elizabeth was queen after Mary. Mary was the oldest child of Henry VIII.
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother as consort of George VI
The British One Pound coin was first issued in 1983 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Amongst the innumerable things that have never appeared on a British One Pound coin, every king and queen prior to Queen Elizabeth II has never appeared on a British One Pound coin.
HM Queen Elizabeth II mother was Queen consort to HM King George VI, her name was also Elizabeth. The last Queen Regnant of the UK was HM Queen Victoria.
The monarch before Queen Elizabeth II was King George VI (1936-1952). The last Queen before Elizabeth II was Queen Victoria (1837-1901) and the first Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603) was of England not the United Kingdom. Because there has never been a Queen Elizabeth of Scotland it has been argued she should be titled Queen Elizabeth I in Scotland and II in England. Given the Crowns are joined it has been decided to name whichever is… Read More
No. Jesus was born about 1500 years BEFORE Queen Elizabeth I of England (King Henry VIII's daughter) and nearly 2000 years before the present Queen Elizabeth of England.
If you mean Queen Elizabeth I of England, it was Queen Mary I of England, her sister. If you mean Queen Elizabeth II, it was King George VI, her father.
No. She was the mother of the queen. The Queen Mother was a Queen. She was the Queen Consort of King George VI. During the reign of King George VI the Queen Mother was known as Queen Elizabeth. Upon the death of her husband, George VI (the present Queen's father). Princess Elizabeth accended to the British Throne as Queen Elizabeth II. Since then we have known her as the Queen Mother.
Almost all money in British colonies or ex-British colonies has Queen Elizabeth II's image on it. The Eastern Caribbean is a British colony.
Queen Elizabeth is Queen of the United Kingdom and the nation's possessions. Until 1997, Hong Kong was a British possession. So, she was Queen of Hong Kong until 1997.
There has not been a Queen (or King) of England since the British Crowns were united in 1707. Elizabeth II is Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Any coin with Queen Elizabeth (I) or Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse would be "Elizabeth" or "Elizabethan" coins. All Queen Elizabeth (I) coins would be British dating from 1558 to 1602 inclusive. If Queen Elizabeth II is on the front of the coin, it could be from any one of the 50 plus Commonwealth countries, since 1953. If no country name is on the coin, it is probably British.
Queen Elizabeth's surname was Windsor. Her family's surname was Saxe-Coburg-Gotha until 1917 when they changed it to Windsor to sound non-German (the British people were anti-German then as it was WWI). Members of the British Royal Family do not have surnames. They are the descendants of the house of Windsor but this is not the same as holding a surname. However, as you posted this Question in the "Elizabeth I" category I assume you mean… Read More
Queen Elizabeth was 68 years old in 1994. She was born on April 21, 1926. As of 2014, Queen Elizabeth, the British monarch, is 88 years old.
Queen Elizabeth's father King George VI. When he died in 1952, Elizabeth became Queen.
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.
Before she didn't want to be queen, when she found out that she was going to be a queen!
yes she was. she like being the queen yes she does
HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother (nee' Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon) (1900-2002) was the Queen consort of King George VI and the mother of the current Queen regnant Elizabeth II. She was one of the longest lived British Royals. And although a Dowager Queen, she was one of the most well liked by the press and the British people. This is not an opinion but fact and this has been noted through-out history.
Both the states of Victoria and Queensland were named after Queen Victoria. The city of Elizabeth in South Australia is named after Queen Elizabeth, as are the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law and the Queen Elizabeth II Sports Stadium in Brisbane. There are four Queen Elizabeth hospitals in Australia - in NSW, SA, WA and Qld.
In 1558, at the age of 25. Queen Elizabeth I was Queen of England (and seperately, Queen of Ireland) The Unted Kingdom did not, formally exist until 1707, and the British Commonwealth was formally created in 1931.
The current ruler, which is currently Queen Elizabeth II. the queen
The King or Queen for example, Queen Elizabeth II is head of the British Monarchy
Queen Elizabeth II is not. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother was.
Queen Elizabeth I firmly established the Church of England in the British Empire. She was followed by a Catholic queen but after, no other major issues concerning religion occurred.
The last king before Elizabeth I's reign was her half-brother Edward VI. He named Lady Jane Grey as his successor; she ruled for nine days before Mary, Queen of Scots was proclaimed queen, and after her Elizabeth I became queen. Edward, Mary and Elizabeth are all children of Henry VIII.
Queen Elizabeth the 1st who died in 1603 of blood poisoning where James I takes the throne who is the son of Mary Stuart the cousin of Elizabeth And former queen of Scotland and before that the queen of France. Elizabeth died
what are you talking about if we were all named after Queen Elizabeth then we would all be named Elizabeth ! answer: Perhaps you are referring to the time period, which is Elizabethan.