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Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizebeth II, coronation in Westminster Abbey in June 2, 1953

Queen Elizebeth II celebrates Platinum Jubilee after 70 years on the throne

Queen Elizebeth born 21 April 1926 became Queen on February 6, 1952, and crowned June 2, 1953, is the longest serving British monarch in history. She over the histories has greeted many leaders, heads of state, Kings, and few Emperors. The Queen has visited former enemies as the former colonies of the United States and become the best of allies. Meet Imperial rulers as Emperor Haile Selassie I, descendant of King David and King Solomon of Israel anointed of God. And saw many Commonwealth countries becoming republics.

Her Majesty has become a true Queen as serving the constitutional monarchy as its fullest best. She has never stepped over her role, and she has become at the hearts of the British people: and kept her pledge as serving whether long or short for the British people.

She has seen the world change: from the creation of the internet and man walking on the moon, she has been one of the few world leaders to experience such dramatic change but as she knows that she cannot live forever that she needs to pave way for a new generation for the throne, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall and his wife Camila.

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