Ascended to the throne in 1952, but not crowned until 1953.
Queen of the United Kingdom
Her first corgi. The Queen's Corgis were called Pharos (killed by Princess Anne's dog), Swift, Emma, Holly and Linnet; three 'Dorgis' called Brandy, Cider and Berry and five Cocker Spaniels called Bisto, Oxo, Flash, Spick and Span.
It was here in Suite 1742 in 1969 (during the Vietnam War) where former Beatle, John Lennon and new wife Yoko Ono held their Bed In for Peace and penned and recorded the lyrics to the song Give Peace a Chance
Tree under which Elizabeth I was told she would be queen.
Front. Also features two of the three NZ parliament buildings including the Beehive, so-called because of its distinctive shape.
Provides for the removal of Spanish troops from the Netherlands; upholds Pacification of Ghent
Also starred: Richard Todd, Joan Collins, Herbert Marshall, Dan O'Herlihy
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress
C. 1575, oil on wood; Tate Gallery, London
Queen of the Commonwealth Realms, 1952 to Present
The Queenâ€™s own corgis. She also has corgis that belonged to the Queen mother.
A black mare presented to the queen by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1969 and was ridden by her in the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony until 1986.