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THE LIFE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH

MARIA ELENA CAROLLO 1A

21st april 1926

Birth of Queen Elizabeth

23rd June 1939

First meeting of Elizabeth and Philip

20th November 1947

The wedding of Elizabeth and Philip

December 1936

King Edward VIII abdicates

15 December 1939

George VI became King

THE LIFE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH

MARIA ELENA CAROLLO 1A

14 November 1948

Birth of Prince Charles

6th February 1952

Death of King George VI

1953

Some problems with her sister Margaret

15 August 1950

2nd June 1953

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth

Birth of Princess Anne

THE LIFE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH

MARIA ELENA CAROLLO 1A

19 February 1960

Birth of Prince Andrew

29 JULY 1981

The wedding of Carlo and Diana

15 July 1996

Divorce of Carlo and Diana

10 March 1964

Birth of Prince Edward

20 November 1992

Fire in Windsor Castle

THE LIFE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH

MARIA ELENA CAROLLO 1A

Death of Lady Diana

8 September 2022

Death of Prince Philip

31 August 1997

9 April 2005

Wedding of Carlo and Camilla

9 April 2021

Death of Queen Elizabeth

The royal family had visited Dartmouth Naval College attended by Philip; he was 18 years old. At the time Elizabeth was only 13, but it seems that she was attracted to him.

The King of England fell in love with Wallis Simpson, an already divorced American woman. He wanted to marry her, but that would be a disgrace to the English crown. So he had to abdicate. His brother George succeeded to the throne.

King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson

Margaret fell in love with Peter Townsend. He was war hero but he has been once divorced, so Church of England and Parliament opposed the marriage. In 1976 Margaret brought her new boyfriend Roddy Llewellyn (29 years old) to the Caribbean Island. She was still married to her estranged husband, Lord Snowdon.

When her father died, Elizabeth was in Kenya with her husband Philip because they had to visit the commonwealth colonies. When they heard about it, they went straight home.

A fire broke out in Windsor Castle, the second largest inhabited castle in the world and one of the Royal Official Residences of the United Kingdom. The castle suffered extensive damage but was completely restored in the following years at a cost of £36.5 million.

She died from injuries sustained in a car crash in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris, France. Diana's partner, Dodi Fayed, and the driver Henri Paul were found dead inside the car. Dodi's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, was seriously injured and was the only survivor of the crash.