Elizabeth is the oldest daughter of Prince Albert of York, Duke of York (later George VI) along with his wife Elizabeth (later called” the Queen Mother). Prince Albert was her father of her.
Prince Albert was the second heir to the throne when his older Brother Edward Henry VIII abdicated his throne in the year 1936, putting the timid Prince Albert into the enthralling position of King.
King George VI rose to the task, even though he passed away early in 1952.
Elizabeth received her education at home with their sister Princess Margaret.
In the Second World War, they were evacuated to Balmoral and then Windsor Castle.
In the final days of the war, in 1945 Elizabeth was a member of her first unit, the Women’s Royal Auxiliary Territorial Service in which she was a mechanic and driver.
Following her wartime service, Elizabeth more and more took on the role of public service. She took her first trip overseas to South Africa in 1947.
Elizabeth II’s parents were also known by their names: the Duke as well as the Duchess of York.
Their father was Prince Albert Duke of York the son of the second generation of Queen Mary as well as George V. Her mother was named Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.
Elizabeth was a close friend to the majority of the monarchs from Europe.
Her British lineage includes Queen Victoria (ruled from 1837 until the year 1901) as well as King George III (ruled from 1760 to 1820).
Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth II was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary on April 21, 1926, in London in the United Kingdom to Prince Albert, Duke of York (later known as King George VI), and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.
When she was born, at the time of her birth the majority of people didn’t know that Elizabeth was to become Queen of Great Britain.
Elizabeth who was affectionately known as Lilibet was able to live the first decade of her existence with all the benefits of being a princess without the burden of being the successor apparent.
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|Sports team||Arsenal Football Club|
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‘Anything You Can Do’ by Dolores Gray and Bill Johnson
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Queen Elizabeth’s Age
Age at death: 96 years.
Queen Elizabeth’s Health
Queen Elizabeth II has been placed “under Medical supervision” after her doctors voiced concerns about her health.
They’ve recommended that she undergo treatment for medical… 07 September 2022.
Queen Elizabeth’s Cause of Death
Elizabeth I died on 24 March 1603 aged 70 after a reign of 45 years.
There is a belief that she was poisoned by blood However, a post-mortem examination was not permitted at the time.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
We are nationally recognized for our reputation for our role as a center for bowel cancer and breast screening.
We are among five facilities across the nation that provide tests for the presence of bowel cancer covering a region that extends from the Humber up to and including the Scottish border.
Queen Elizabeth 2022
Elizabeth has previously celebrated the occasion with her Silver Jubilee in 1977, Golden Jubilee in 2002, and Diamond Jubilee in 2012. She passed away at her home located in Balmoral Castle, Scotland, aged 96.
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|Birth Place||17 Bruton Street Mayfair London UK|
|Children||Sons: Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward
|Height In CM||152 CM|
|Height In Meter||1.52 M|
|Parents||Father: George VI
Mother: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
|Profession||Queen of the United Kingdom Canada Australia and New Zealand and Head of the Commonwealth|