Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II’s Royal Job Description and the Duties Being Passed On to Her Family Members

Queen Elizabeth II's full title is monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the The Church of England, and Head of The Armed Forces - but what does she ...

Did Queen Elizabeth II Use Her Hat to Slam Brexit? There Are Definitely Clues

Queen Elizabeth II may have taken a subtle stance on the controversial Brexit ruling using quite the unexpected accessory - and the internet definitely noticed. On June 21, the queen attended the annual State Opening of Parliament alongside Prince Char...

How Well Do The Queen and Camilla Actually Get Along?

Prince Charles's wife has been known in three different incarnations. As a young woman she was Camilla Shand, the popular debutante girlfriend of the 23-year-old prince, who went on to marry her ex-boyfriend Andrew Parker-Bowles. She was Camilla Parke...

The Royal Family Flashes Some Spectacular Smiles at the Trooping the Colour Parade

London spared the city from its usual rain for a lovely Trooping the Colour celebration on Saturday. The annual parade - which was held in honor of Queen Elizabeth II's 91st birthday - featured some pretty cute moments from the royal family as they wat...

What Is Trooping the Colour, Anyway? All the Details on the Significant Ceremony

It's that time of year again . . . when Prince William can be seen wearing a giant furry hat while riding a horse, the Windsor women dust of their prettiest sorbet shades, and we get a glimpse of how much more gorgeous Prince George and Princess Charl...

Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II Have Emotional Visit With Grenfell Tower Victims

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster that devastated West London, the city is coming together in incredible ways to support each other. Following Adele's emotional appearance at a recent vigil for victims and survivors and Tom Hardy's campaign to raise funds for those affected, Prince William joined Queen Elizabeth II for a somber, touching visit to the Westway Sports Centre on Friday. The building is currently serving as a temporary shelter for everyone who lost their homes in the deadly blaze. Her Majesty and the Duke of Cambridge spoke to volunteers helping out at the shelter, as well as survivors, victims' families, and rescue workers. In a statement released on Thursday by the Queen and husband Prince Philip, they sent their "thoughts and prayers" to "families who have los...

Queen Elizabeth II Did Something at Diana’s Funeral That the Public Did Not See Coming

Princess Diana was honored with a public funeral on Sept. 6, 1997, seven days after her tragic death. The event brought in an estimated 2.5 billion viewers, while another three million crowded the streets of London to follow the route of Diana's coffi...

People Curtsying For the Queen Just Look Like They All Really Have to Pee

People have been curtsying in the presence of royalty for centuries. The small sign of respect, which is encouraged but definitely not required by people like Queen Elizabeth II, is a graceful movement in real time, but awkward as hell when caught in p...

Queen Elizabeth II Returns to the Place She Became a Freeman 70 Years Later

Image Source: Getty / Chris Jackson Queen Elizabeth II took a break from binging The Crown on Wednesday to celebrate a very important milestone in her time as monarch: the 70th anniversary of her admission to the Freedom of the Drapers' Company. She visited Drapers' Hall in London to mark the occasion, where the 91-year-old was presented with a photo of the day she was admitted to the group back in 1947. The queen's admission to the Freedom of the Drapers' Company was another way she followed in the footsteps of her father, King George VI, since he himself became a Draper in 1919. During her time there, Queen Elizabeth also made sure to sign the Instrument at Drapers' Hall - a document drafted by professional calligrapher Tim Noad on vellum - to cement her 70th anniversary visit. The Queen...

How Queen Elizabeth II Really Feels If You Don’t Bow or Curtsy at Her

Queen Elizabeth II is used to people catering to her every move (she is a royal, after all). In addition to men literally bowing at her feet, women also curtsy, and this includes members of her own family. Yep, everyone from her own son to her grandch...

Queen Elizabeth II’s Reaction to Watching The Crown Is Probably Not What You’d Think

If you've been keeping tabs on Queen Elizabeth II, then you're likely well aware that she's not your average 91-year-old - she drives her own car, uses Twitter, and oh, yeah, binges Netflix like the rest of us. Although there's no word on what she tho...

How the Royal Family Is Spreading Hope Following the Manchester Concert Attack

The British royal family is speaking out following the reported ISIS terror attack that killed more than a dozen people at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night. "The whole nation has been shocked by the death and injury in Mancheste...

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