Queen became the second-longest-reigning British monarch, surpassing George III, who ruled for years after the Revolutionary War.
The Imperial State Crown is the best known and probably the most magnificent of all the Royal Regalia. Made in 1838 for the coronation of Queen Victoria. It was later modified for the coronations of King George in 1937 and Queen Elizabeth in
Will and Kate's Cutest Snaps of the Year
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June 1953 Elizabeth II wears the bejeweled Imperial Crown and carries the Orb and Scepter with Cross as she leaves Westminster Abbey at the end of her coronation ceremony.
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Prince Philip received flowers from a young girl in the crowd and walked across and gave them to the Queen. She looked up at him with a look of love, as if she was seeing him for the first time again.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II with President Nelson Mandela of South Africa during his visit to Windsor Castle before travelling to Cardiff for the beginning of the EU Summit on 11 July Wonder how many people could pull-off that dress code with the Queen!
1977 saw Silver Jubilee celebrations throughout the year, including Her Majesty’s tours of the UK and Commonwealth
In 2006 the Queen celebrated her birthday with a Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral. The exhibition, 60 Photographs for 60 Years can be seen at Windsor Castle from 4 February to 28 October Love this picture for Queen Elizabeth II.