Queen Elizabeth II of England, He died this Thursday, 8 September at 7:30 pm (Spanish time) Balmoral PalaceIn Scotland, as Buckingham Palace has advanced.
where and when was he born
The Queen of England was born on April 21, 1926 in Bruton Street, London, and was the eldest daughter of the then Duke of York. George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Leon, they had a Second daughter, Margaret. However, his uncle King Edward VIII abdicated in 1936, so Elizabeth II’s father took over that responsibility.
At what age did Elizabeth II die?
Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 After a long reign. The emperor ascended the throne in 1952, when his father died and last february 5 Complete 70 years of governance, thus becoming tallest queen in history
What happened to Queen Elizabeth II?
According to an official statement from Buckingham Palace, “after a new assessment this morning”The Queen’s doctors are concerned about the Queen’s health and recommended that Be under medical supervision. The queen is still comfortable and in Balmoral.”
November 20, 1947Until then princess elizabeth, She married her third cousin, the Duke of Edinburgh. Almost attended the wedding of Westminster Abbey 2,000 guests.
Queen Elizabeth II and Philip of Edinburgh they were Married for 74 years, till his death Turns 99 on April 9, 2021,
Children of Elizabeth II and family
Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh They had four children, three boys and one girl. firstborn, Charles of Waleswas born on 14 November 1948. He married woman in 1981 Diana Francis Spencerwhom he divorced in 1996 and with whom he had two children: William of Cambridge and Henry of Sussex, Prince Charles married for the second time in 2005 Marriage with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
princessfrom Britain to Anne He was born on 15 August 1950. She married Captain Mark Phillips in 1973 and gave birth to two children, Peter Phillips and Zara Phillips. However, they divorced in 1992 and remarried the same year. Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Lawrence.
is the third of their children Andrew of York, Who was born on 19 February 1960. the duke of york married 1986 With Sarahwhom he eventually divorced in 1996, and had two girls together: Beatriz and Eugenia.
Queen Elizabeth II’s last child, Edward of Wessexwas born on 10 March 1964. He married in 1999 Sophia, Countess of Wessex, and with what you have Two sons: Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor You Jacobo Mountbatten-Windsor, Viscount Severn.
Elizabeth II’s grandson and great-grandson
William and Catherine of Cambridge They married in 2011 and have 3 children:
- Prince George of Cambridgewas born on 22 July 2013.
- Princesa Charlotte of Cambridgewas born on 2 May 2015.
- Prince Louis of Cambridge, Was born on 23 April 2018.
Prince HenryThe Duke of Sussex, married American actress in 2018 Meghan Markle With whom he has two children:
- Archie Mountbatten-Windsor (born 6 May 2019).
- Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor (born June 4, 2021).
Peter Phillips Married in 2008 with Autumn Patricia Kelly, To get divorced in 2021 and with whom she has two children:
- Savannah Phillips Was born on 29 December 2010.
- Isla Phillips, Was born on 29 March 2012.
Zara Tindall She married Michael James Tindall in 2011 and they have 3 children:
- mia tyndall Was born on 17 January 2014.
- Leena Tindall Was born on 18 June 2018.
- Lucas Tyndall Was born on 21st March 2021.
Princess Beatrice of York married with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzic In 2020 and they had a daughter:
- sienna mapelli mosaics Was born on September 18, 2021.
princess Eugenie of York with marriage in 2018 Jack Brooksbank And they have a child:
- August Brooksbank Was born on February 9, 2021.
Who will replace Queen Elizabeth II?
first in queen’s line of succession he has a son 73 year old Prince Charles, But if he abdicates the throne, he will be his firstborn, William of Cambridge. Also, the third in the line of succession is his first grandson, George of Cambridgeson of William and Catherine of Cambridge.
states in which it is sovereign
- United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)
- New Zealand
- Papua New Guinea
- Solomon Islands
- Saint Lucia
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- old and bearded
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
chronology of his reign
- 6 February 1952Elizabeth II became queen after the death of her father, King George VI.
- June 2, 1953: Elizabeth II is crowned at Westminster Abbey. Historic moment since it aired on television.
- In 1954: Elizabeth II made her first visit to the Commonwealth as Queen.
- on 6 December 1964The Queen presented the Beatles with the British Empire Medal.
- In May 1979: For the first time a woman has been commissioned to form a government: Margaret Thatcher.
- On 21 June 1982: Elizabeth II’s first grandson, William the Duke of Cambridge, is born, second in the line of succession.
- Between 17 and 24 October 1988: Elizabeth II makes the first official visit to Spain by a British sovereign.
- May 15, 1991Elizabeth II became the first monarch of the United Kingdom to speak before the United States Congress.
- on 20 November 1992Windsor Palace burned down.
- on 26 November 1992: The queen announced her decision to pay taxes to the treasury.
- On 11 February 1993: Isabel II asks for the reduction of subsidies to be received from the royal family for representation expenditures, in what is known as the “Citizens List”.
- May 6, 1994Elizabeth II, together with the then French President François Mitterrand, inaugurated the English Channel Tunnel.
- 2 May 1997The Queen appointed Labor Party member Tony Blair to form the government after 18 years of Conservative governments.
- On 31 August 1997: Prince Charles’ ex-wife Lady Di died in a traffic accident.
- June 30, 1997: Prince Charles stands up for his mother at the ceremony of the transfer of sovereignty from Hong Kong to China.
- 26 May 1999Elizabeth II inaugurates the Home Rule Assembly for Wales.
- On 1 December 1999: Isabel II ratifies the transfer of powers to the new government of Northern Ireland, which regains its autonomy.
- On 30 March 2002: Elizabeth II’s mother died at the age of 101.
- On 30 April 2002: Elizabeth II completed 50 years as monarch.
- On 5 April 2004: Elizabeth II makes an official visit to France to celebrate the centennial of the “Entente Cordial”.
- on 10 July 2005: On the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II, Elizabeth II pays tribute to veterans in London.
- Between 17 to 20 May 2011Elizabeth II makes her first official visit to the Republic of Ireland.
- on 20 March 2012: He speaks before the Parliament on the occasion of his 60 years of rule.
- on 27 July 2012: Isabel II inaugurated the celebrated Olympic Games in London.
- on 11th April 2014Elizabeth II receives the President of the Republic of Ireland for the first time since its independence.
- On 18 September 2014: Elizabeth II declared herself impartial on Scottish separatist consultations.
- in 2015: Elizabeth II became the longest-lived monarch in history, thus surpassing the reign of her great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.
- On June 24, 2016: MorePrime Minister David Cameron confirmed his intention to have Elizabeth II resign.
- on 5 January 2017: A Buckinham Palace guard nearly shot Queen Elizabeth II mistaking an intruder.
- On January 8, 2017: Queen Elizabeth II appears in public after several days of recovery.
- On February 6, 2017: The United Kingdom celebrates the Sapphire Jubilee of Elizabeth II, her 65 years on the throne.
- On March 16, 2017: Queen Elizabeth II approved the ‘Brexit’ law, which authorizes the government to notify the EU about its exit.
- On March 23, 2017: Queen Elizabeth II offered her condolences to all the victims of the Westminster bombing.
- On May 4, 2017: Philip of Edinburgh stopped attending official events.
- On 17 June 2019: Elizabeth II invested Philip VI as Knight of the Order of the Garter.
- On 28 June 2019: Boris Johnson’s government announced that it would ask Queen Elizabeth II to suspend parliament.
- On 13 January 2020: Elizabeth II agrees to a “transition period” for Prince Harry and Meghan.
- April 5, 2020: Elizabeth II sought “unity” and “responsibility” from the British in overcoming the pandemic.
- On April 9, 2021: Elizabeth II’s husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, died at Windsor Castle at the age of 99.
- On February 20, 2022: HeThe Royal House reported that Elizabeth II had been infected with Kovid-19.
- on 6th September 2022Liz Truss became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom after receiving the mandate of Elizabeth II.
- on 8 September 2022The longest-living queen in history, Elizabeth II, has died.