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A woman who guided the monarchy into the 21 st century.

A woman who guided the monarchy into the 21 st century.

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  1. A woman who guided the monarchy into the 21 st century. Yet she was never supposed to become a queen at all...

  2. Aneta Honetzyova, 3.D, Presents

  3. Elizabeth II

  4. King George VI, his wife Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and their two daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret (1930)

  5. Princess Elizabeth tinkering with an engine during her ATS training in WW II

  6. Marriage to Phillip Mountbatten (20 November, 1947)

  7. Coronation Day ( 2 June, 1952 ) ´God save Queen Elizabeth, Long Live Queen Elizabeth, May the Queen Live for ever´

  8. ´The World ´s Sweetheart´´Elizabeth ´slife story has provided a quiet, well-behaved fairly tale in which the world could believe´The Times, 1952 • A popular traveller • A highly respected monarch • Started new trends towards modernisation and openness in the monarchy • ´Walkabouts´ • Continuing evolution of the Commonwealth

  9. Troubles plague the House of Windsor • Family at war ´It is announced from Buckingham Palace that, with regret, the Prince and Princess of Wales have decided to separate. This decision has been reached amicably and they will both continue to participate fully in the upbringing of their children.´

  10. Windsor on fire

  11. Diana´s death´Anger is predominant mood among mourners paying respects to late Princess Dianaoutside Kensington Palace; many express little affection for Queen, House of Windsor, or even notion of the monarchy; feel Diana was treated cruelly by royal family.´The Times, 6 September,1997

  12. ´If only the people could see her as she is´ Queen during a ´walkabout´ Elizabeth with her beloved Welsh Corgis

  13. Royal Residences

  14. Buckingham Palace

  15. Windsor Castle

  16. Kensington Palace in London

  17. Balmoral Castle

  18. Sources • http://www.royal.gov.uk • http://www.answers.com/topic/queen-elizabeth-ii • http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures • http://www.who2.com/queenelizabethii http://www.thetimes.co.uk