|Queen Elizabeth II
|Queen Of England
|21 April 1926
|Age (as in 2022)
|Bruton Street, London, Britain
|Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes Lyon
|Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II or Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, was the Queen of Great Britain. She was born on April 21, 1926, in Balmoral, Scotland. She assumed the reign of Great Britain in 1925 at the age of only 25. In 2015, she became the longest reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. She thus broke the record of Queen Victoria, who held office for 64 years. She married Prince Philip, a member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein. The two met at the wedding of Princess Marina of Denmark and Greece in 1934. They were officially married on November 20, 1947.
Queen of The United Kingdom
After the death of her father in 1952, she was crowned Queen in 1953 at the age of only 25. The coronation ceremony took place at Westminster Abbey. The whole event was broadcast on television.
Charity is one of the many important duties of the royal family. She was the head of over 600 charities. As the nominal head of state, she also had to meet the heads of state of other countries. She also had a love for animals. She led a luxurious life and enjoyed royal-like privileges in the modern world.
Queen Elizabeth II Biography
Her real name: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor.
Position – Queen of England
Date of birth – April 21, 1926
Age (as of 2022)- 96 years
Birthplace – Bruton Street, London
Nationality – British
Father’s name – George VI.
Mother’s name – Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes Lyon
Brother – NA
Sister – Princess Margaret
Education – Home schooling
Marriage- Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Height- 1,70 m
Weight- 54 KGs
Queen Elizabeth II & India
She visited India for the first time in 1961, touring three states. She was invited as the chief guest for Republic Day. The next day she also inaugurated the buildings of AIIMS.
The second time she visited India was in 1983. She was in India on the occasion of the Commonwealth Heads of State Meeting. On that day she was also honored as Mother Teresa. She also expressed her regret over the Jallianwala Bagh Kand of 1919, but not a single apology was made from her side. When the queen and her husband visited Amritsar to pay homage to her, there was a protest in the Rajghat. People demanded an apology from the crown, but they were disappointed.