Queen Elizabeth II Death at 96, Age, Husband, Children, Family, Biography & More

Queen Elizabeth II LIVE Updates: According to Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II passed away on Thursday at the age of 96 while “under medical supervision.” She was to be medically supervised, according to doctors, who also told her “close family” about their worries. Charles, her 73-year-old eldest son, becomes king immediately in accordance with centuries of tradition, ushering in a new, less predictable era.

Queen Elizabeth II

One of the most significant figures of the 20th century, Queen Elizabeth II redefined what a monarchy should be in the modern world. We’ll examine her influence and life in this lesson to learn how she changed the British Crown.

Early Life

Queen Elizabeth was originally never meant to be queen when she was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary in 1926. Prince Albert, Duke of York, Elizabeth’s father, was the second child of King George V and had no desire to usurp the throne from his elder brother, Edward. But everything changed in 1936. Elizabeth’s uncle, Edward VIII, became king after the death of King George V. However, Edward was in love with an American divorcee who he was unable to wed as king. Albert unexpectedly found himself anointed as King George VI after Edward abdicated the throne, and Elizabeth became the heir presumptive.

As soon as Britain entered World War II in 1939, Elizabeth’s new role would start to bear significant significance. She began broadcasting to youngsters on the radio from her family’s residence in Windsor Castle, becoming a voice of comfort and hope for the country. As colonel-in-chief of the Grenadier Guards by 1942, she was examining soldiers. In 1945, she began training with other ordinary British women to become a driver and mechanics to aid in the war effort. Elizabeth had profound empathy for the typical British person by the end of World War II, which she would carry with her throughout her reign.

Journey of the monarchy

• Elizabeth II’s father, King George VI, succeeded to the throne in 1936 after his brother Edward VIII abdicated; at the time, Elizabeth was the presumed heir.
• Elizabeth started performing public services during World War II by participating in the Auxiliary Territorial Service.
In 1947, she wed Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, a former royal of Denmark and Greece.
• As George VI’s health declined in 1951, Elizabeth filled in for him at official functions.
• While Elizabeth was traveling Canada and the USA in October 1951, her personal secretary, Martin Charteris, brought a draught accession announcing the passing of George VI.
Elizabeth was crowned as the Commonwealth’s queen in February 1952.

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Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 152 cm
in meters- 1.52 m
in Feet Inches-5’ 0”
Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 55 kg
in Pounds- 121 lbs
Eye ColourBlue
Hair ColourWhite
Personal Life
Date of Birth21 April 1926 (Wednesday)
Age (as of 2022)96 Years
Birthplace17 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, UK
Zodiac signTaurus
HometownLondon, England
SchoolShe was educated privately at home
Girls, Affairs, and More
Marital StatusWidow
SpousePrince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (m. 1947); died on 9 April 2021
ChildrenSons– Charles (Prince of Wales),

Prince Andrew (Duke of York)

Prince Edward (Earl of Wessex)

Daughter– Anne (Princess Royal)
Money Factor
Net Worth$450 million

Some Uncommon Information About Queen Elizabeth II

  • Elizabeth II a smoker? Unknown
  • Does Elizabeth II consume booze? Yes
  • The current monarch with the longest reign is Queen Elizabeth II. 64 years have passed since her coronation.
  • She is a fluent French speaker and frequently employs it when speaking to crowds and foreign dignitaries. She doesn’t need a translator.
  • Elizabeth and her sister Margaret relocated to Windsor Castle during World War II for their safety.
    She received a legal and constitutional history education in order to be prepared for her upcoming role as queen.
  • In 1934, Prince Philip and Princess Elizabeth were guests at a wedding.
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  • On November 20, 1947, Elizabeth and Prince Philip exchanged vows at Westminster Abbey.
  • Prince Philip was born in Greece, but when he was a little child, his family was forced into exile.
  • When George VI passed away in 1952, she accepted the throne.
  • The first television broadcast in England took place at her coronation in 1953.
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  • The Queen received more than 3.5 million letters during her reign.
  • She has received more than 404,500 accolades and medals since 1952.
  • Since William the Conqueror’s coronation, Queen Elizabeth II has served as the country’s 40th ruler.
  • Since Elizabeth has been on the throne, almost 1.5 million guests have attended garden parties at Buckingham Palace or the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Scotland.
  • More than 600 charities and organizations are under the patronage of Elizabeth II.
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  • She enjoys having pets. She introduced the dorgi breed and owned more than 30 corgis during her reign. Holly and Willow, two dorgis, as well as Candy and Vulcan, are Elizabeth’s two corgis.
  • The queen received almost 120,000 cards, letters, and presents for her Diamond Jubilee in 2012.
  • Elizabeth is able to travel abroad without a passport.
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  • The Elizabeth II Imperial State Crown, which weighs 1.06 kg (2.3 lb) and has 2,901 precious stones, including Cullinan II, the second-largest clear-cut diamond in the world, was given to her in 1953.

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