Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning ruler of all time, and she has been governing the United Kingdom and several other parts of the world for over sixty-five years now.
She is possibly one of the most liked and respected women in the entire world, and last night, she gave her fifth-ever public address to the people of the UK.
And now some are declaring she used to send a hidden message to the British public…Queen Elizabeth is the longest-ruling ruler of the United Kingdom.
After her inauguration on February 6th, 1952, she excelled Queen Victoria’s old record of sixty-three years on the authority in 2015.
As with any member of the royal family, her story is pretty well documented. This is her father, King George VI, on an impression from the year 2012.
You may recollect the story of George VI. He was represented by Colin Firth in the 2010 movie, The King’s Speech, which focused around the overcoming of his terror of public speaking.
George VI and his wife, Elizabeth, went on to have 2 children. They were Elizabeth, born on April 21st, 1926, and Margaret, born 21st August 1930.
Queen Elizabeth has very well-known ancestors. She had biological ties to the majority of European power. Some of her most popular relations include Queen Victoria I (pictured here) who ruled from 1837 to 1901, and King George III, whole ruled from 1760 to 1820.
Queen Elizabeth lived into the world war. During WWII, she and Margaret were relocated to Windsor to keep them securely out of London.
While there, Elizabeth made her first public impression by way of radio broadcast. She famously said, “that in the end, all will be well; for God will care for us and give us victory and peace.”
This was when then Princess Elizabeth first became appreciated to the public.
She then began taking on more public services.
Elizabeth’s father selected her colonel-in-chief of the Grenadier Guards and she made her first state impressions investigating her troops.
But when her father died in February of 1952… Elizabeth, the King’s first-born, automatically became the Queen of England. And by 2nd June 1953, Queen Elizabeth had formally taken on the reigns. The speech was aired on nearly every channel.
‘We’ll meet again’: Queen Elizabeth invokes WW2 courage to defeat coronavirus.’
An enormous section of the British public wanted to tune in. Her message was relatively simple. Professor Karol Sikora✔@ProfKarolSikora We could top by the weekend – this is when it truly matters. Please, just stay inside.
Once we see a drop in the amounts we can look at how we move ahead.
Listen to the Queen. Do the best thing – stay inside.
“I am speaking to you from the safety of my castle, where I fled to from my home in London to escape the Coronavirus.
My son escaped to Scotland and has brought the people there my thoughts, as well as Covid19.
My God Save me and may he have mercy on your souls.”#QueensSpeech