Some Fun Facts About Queen Elizabeth

Image from Google and a personal favourite of mine

I was going to continue with the article on the art of lying and why we lie part 2. However, today I gave in and went to the dentist, so I don’t have the mindpower to write and discuss such a subject. So, the Queen it is, pun intended. I won’t lie; Queen Elizabeth the second was a never dying figure since she was on the throne for what feels like forever. I think she was among, if not the person that reined the kingdom for 70 years from 1953 to 2022. Here are some interesting about her life:

Queen Elizabeth II was born at 2.40 am on 21 April 1926.

Of course, her parents were King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother), who were Duke and Duchess back then.

She was crowned Queen on 2 June 1953

Watched by about 20 million viewers, she stopped being the Queen on 8 September 2022. She passed away at her residence in Balmoral Castle, Scotland.

Her favourite dogs were corgis

She even invented a new breed of dog when her corgi mated with a dachshund belonging to her sister, Princess Margaret, creating the “dorgi”.

Her birthplace is now a fancy Cantonese restaurant

Called Hakkasan, at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair. My question now is, did she like Cantonese? Call me dumb, but I had to Google what Cantonese is. At least now I know. I know that the royal family doesn’t consume shellfish because it is a high risk for food poisoning.


PS, I copied and pasted some things for this post and here is the source. Generally, I do prefer using my own wording. I’m in a content slump caused by stress in my life. I hope I don’t hate for doing this post this way.


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