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Elizabeth II

queen of the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and head of the Commonwealth of Nations

  • Queen Elizabeth II
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Elizabeth Alexandra Mary
  • Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
  • Elizabeth Windsor
  • Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor
  • HM Queen Elizabeth II
  • Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh
  • Elizabeth Mountbatten-Windsor
  • Elizabeth the second
  • ER II
  • E.R. II
  • Elizabeth Windsor-Mountbatten
  • Queen of Great Britain Elisabetta
  • Queen of United Kingdom Elizabeth II
  • Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth
  • Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II
  • Queen of England
  • Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth of York
  • Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth
  • Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh
  • Queen

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The Queen, Home Secretary Theresa May and Santander bank boss Ana Botin have been declared the UK's top three most powerful women (British English)
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Her Majesty continues to carry out a full programme of engagements [...] supported by other members of the Royal Family. (British English)
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Elizabeth Alexandra Mary (English)
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Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (British English)
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Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (British English)
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Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (British English)
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Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (British English)
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Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (British English)
6 February 1952
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Princess Elizabeth (now The Queen) (British English)
Elizabeth ascended the throne on the 6 February 1952 (British English)
Her Majesty
6 February 1952
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About Her Majesty The Queen (British English)
Elizabeth ascended the throne on the 6 February 1952 (British English)
17 Bruton Street, London (British English)
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Queen Elizabeth II was born at 17 Bruton Street in London (British English)
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Her parents were the Prince Albert, Duke of York (who later took his father's name when he became King George VI)... (British English)
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Her parents were... Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (British English)
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In 1930, her little sister was born - Princess Margaret Rose (British English)
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Once Elizabeth turned 21, her engagement to the Duke of Edinburgh was officially announced and they got married on November 20 1947 in Westminster Abbey (British English)
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She is a descendant of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, which was renamed the House of Windsor during World War One (British English)
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The Queen trained as a mechanic and military truck driver during World War II. (British English)
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The Queen trained as a mechanic and military truck driver during World War II. (British English)
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Lilibet (British English)
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She spends her summers at Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire (British English)
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at Christmas she goes to her Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. (British English)
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In Scotland, her official residence is Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. (British English)
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The Queen trained as a mechanic and military truck driver during World War II. Her Majesty served in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service during the conflict. (British English)
Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service
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Her Majesty served in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service during the conflict. (British English)
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The Queen is about 5ft 4ins tall (British English)
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Queen Elizabeth II
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Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

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Queen Elizabeth II
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