Knowing as the longest living monarch in England royal history, Queen Elizabeht II has entire anthem dedicated to her, what could be better than that. Here are some facts about the Queen of England.
Here are other facts about the legend that you might have no idea about.
It was her nanny, Marion Crawford, who the royal family referred to as "Crawfie," who taught her.
Queen Elizabeth II became the first British monarch to reign for 65 years, celebrating her Sapphire Jubilee.
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FYI, Britain also officially issues driver's licenses in Queen Elizabeth’s name, so can you really ask her the same when she gets pulled over? Obviously no.
This is because April is comparatively a cold month, and the celebration is more suitable in the warmer month like June.
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She started out by making radio broadcasts geared toward raising the morale of British children.
She isn't much of social media enthusiast maybe. She is allowed to be a little old fashioned, obviously!
She owns an elephant, two giant turtles, a jaguar and a pair of sloths. Hobbies are hobbies, but hers are definitely unique.
At the time, she did not even tell her parents that she was getting hitched. Quite brave of her, if you ask us.
Well she's the Queen, and she does what she does.
The beautiful ivory duchesse silk that her dress was made of was encrusted with 10,000 imported seed pearls and it took six months to make, and sported a 13-foot train.
Since all British passports are officially issued in the Queen’s name, she technically doesn't need one.
Marcus Sarjeant, who fired, received a prison sentence of five years under the 1848 Treason Act, but was released in October 1984.
Technically, She owns all the aquatic creatures labeled as 'Fishes Royal.'
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