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related to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II who was crowned in 1953.

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Who are the children of Queen Elizabeth II?

On 19th November, 1947 The Princess Elizabeth, as she was then, married Philip Mountbatten (date of birth 10th June 1921), a prince of Greece and Denmark who was later created Duke of Edinburgh.

Their children are:

  1. Charles Philip Arthur George born 14th November, 1948.

    His Royal Highness Prince Charles is the heir apparent (i.e. next in line) to the throne and is Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and, in Scotland, Duke of Rothesay.

  2. Anne Elizabeth Louise born 15th August 1950.

    Her Royal Highness the Princess Anne is currently eleventh in line to the throne and her formal title is "The Princess Royal."

  3. Andrew Albert Christian Edward born 19th February 1960.

    His Royal Highness the Duke of York (his present title) is currently fifth in line of succession to the Throne.

  4. Edward Antony Richard Louis born 10th March 1964.

    His Royal Highness the Prince Edward was created Earl of Wessex in 1999, on the occasion of his marriage to Sophie Helen Rhys-Jones. He is currently eighth in line of succession.

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How old was queen elizabeth 2 when she became queen?

she was 25 years of age

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How old was Queen Elizabeth when she became queen?

There have been two queens named Elizabeth in English and British History.

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How long has Queen Elizabeth II been ruling England?

60 years

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Does the Queen control Canada?

Queen Elizabeth II is the Monarch of Canada, which operates courtesy of the Canadian Parliament and Canada's governmental officers.

Properly, according to Wikipedia:

"The monarchy of Canada is the core of both Canada's federalism and its Westminster-style parliamentary democracy, being the foundation of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the Canadian government and each provincial government."


Practically from experience:

Not at all. The role of the Queen is purely ceremonial and represented by the Governor General, another completely ceremonial role. The GG is selected by the Prime Minister who is the leader of the political party with the most seats in the house. Canadians get to vote on the people and party that fills those seats.

If the Queen or GG was to even make a comment about Canadian politics it would create a scandal. If they were to take any political action at all, even that which appears to be allowed, it would create a Constitutional Crisis and backlash that would likely see such ceremonial roles ended in Canada.

Canada does not have a Queen or a monarch of any kind except in a ceremonial role to have consistency in our political systems.

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What special role does Queen Elizabeth II hold in the Anglican Church?

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is "Defender of the Faith" and Supreme Governor of the Church of England i.e., the Anglican Communion. She is the ecclesiastical superior of the Archbishop of Canterbury. This answer is from en.wikipedia.org under "Queen Elizabeth II".

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Who succeeds the queen of The United Kingdom?

Succession is dependant on who is the closest blood relative. In the current case, Queen Elizabeth the II, her son Charles is next in line.

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Where did the Queen and Prince Phillip honeymoon?

Broadlands in Hampshire home of Lord Mounbatten Prince Phillips Uncle and Birkhall in the Balmoral Estate

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Who was Queen Victoria's husband?

Queen Victoria's husband was her first cousin Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Victoria's mother and Albert's father were brother and sister.

Albert and Victoria's common uncle Leopold (who was King of Belgium) thought that they would make a good pair. Because Leopold was like a father to Victoria she agreed to meet with Albert and his elder brother Ernest when they were all teenagers.

Several years later Leopold wanted Albert to visit England again, and Victoria gave in. During this trip Victoria fell in love with Albert and proposed to Albert.

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What leadership skills does Queen Elizabeth have?

she had no leadership

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Who lives in Windsor castle today?

The Queen and other members the royal family and staff.

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Did Queen Elizabeth kill Princess Diana?


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When did Queen Elizabeth II mother died?

Queen Elizabeth II's Mother Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother died 30 March 2002 at the age of 101

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In the UK what do they call the Queen's anniversary celebration?

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born on 21st April 1926.

In a tradition begun by her grandfather, King George V, the monarch's birthday is celebrated on the first or second Saturday in June,
This is because the weather in London is usually better in June, and is loosely known as the Queen's "official birthday."

There is usually a military parade called The Trooping of the Colour, and the award of honours known as The Queen's Birthday Honours.

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When was the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II?

Elizabeth II was crowned on 2 June 1953 in Westminster Abbey. She had become queen on the death of her father, George VI, on 6 February 1952.

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When did Elizabeth II become Queen?


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When was Queen Elizabeth II born?

Queen Elizabeth II was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, on the 21st of April 1926 at 17 Bruton St. in Mayfair, London. She became queen when her father died on 6 February 1952 and she was crowned on 2 June 1953.

Note from a pedant, with reference to some alternate wordings of this question:

The title Queen (or King) of England has not existed for over 300 years.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

However, the Queen's Official Birthday, also known as "the Queen's Birthday" is the day on which the birthday of the monarch of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms is officially celebrated.

This varies from country to country and is rarely the actual day of the current monarch's birthday. Most Commonwealth realms release a Birthday Honours List on the official birthday.

Also in the UK the Monarchs Official Birthday is celebrated on 1st, 2nd, or (rarely) 3rd Saturday in June with a Parade which includes Trooping the colour ceremony.
Queen Elizabeth II is aged 87 years. She was born on April 21, 1926.

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What is the queens zodiac sign?

Queen Elizabeth II was born April 21, 1926 and was born under the sign of Taurus (on the cusp of Aries).

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What do you call the queen in a letter?

In correspondence, as in conversation, the rule is to address the Queen as 'Your Majesty' first (instead of Dear..........). Subsequently, she should be addressed as 'Ma'am'. eg. Please accept, Ma'am, the expression of my very good wishes. Yours sincerely,.........

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Did any kings or queens live at warwick castle?

Henry VIII and his wives lived at Warwick Castle, he actually made refurbishments to the castle like fixing the kitchen roof

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Where does Queen Elizabeth II live?

Most of the time, Queen Elizabeth II and her consort, Prince Philip, live at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.

She also often resides at Buckingham Palace in London, which is her official residence, and where her principal offices are maintained. She sometimes lives at her other private residences, Sandringham House in Norfolk and Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

The monarch also maintains official residences at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh and Hillsborough Castle in County Down, Northern Ireland. She rarely stays at Holyrood, however (generally only if she has business at the Scottish Parliament), and Hillsborough Castle is primarily used by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

Sandringham House in Norfolk and Balmoral Castle in Scotland, unlike the official residences, are personal possessions and ownership is not a consequence of being monarch.

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Queen Elizabeth II is queen of the Commonwealth Realms: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

England is a part of the United Kingdom but the title "queen of England" has not existed for over 300 years.

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Why are queens important?

the queens are very important because without them no one would be running the county

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When did Queen Elizabeth become queen?

Elizabeth I ascended the throne on November 17, 1558, at the age of 25. She inherited the throne of England from her half-sister, Queen Mary I.

Elizabeth II ascended to the thrones of the Commonwealth Realms on February 6, 1952, at age 25, upon the death of her father, King George VI (originally named Albert, for his great-grandfather).

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What color dress did Queen Elizabeth wear at her wedding?

she was wearing an orange dress

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