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Презентация «Elizabeth II» Выполнила: Патрушева В.Н., учитель английского языка ГБОУ СОШ №1 «ОЦ» с. Кинель- Черкассы Самарской области
Сontents Early childhood and youth Second World War Marriage Children Coronation of Elizabeth II Continuing evolution of the Commonwealth Political and public life Titles, styles, honours and arms Public perception Hobbies Queen’s residences Finances Bibliography
Elizabeth II Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) is the constitutional monarch of 16 sovereign states, known as the Commonwealth realms, and their territories. She is the head of the 53-member Commonwealth of Nations. She is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England and carries the additional title of Defender of the Faith in some of her realms.
Childhood and Youth The eldest daughter of Prince Albert, Duke of York, Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on 21 April 1926 in London. Elizabeth received her education at home. Princess Elizabeth aged 3, 1929 Princess Elizabeth aged 7, painted by Philip de László, 1933 Princess Elizabeth aged 8
Second World War In 1943, at the age of 16, Elizabeth undertook her first solo public appearance on a visit to the Grenadier Guards, of which she had been appointed Colonel-in-Chief the previous year. Elizabeth in Auxiliary Territorial Service uniform, April 1945
Marriage Elizabeth met her future husband, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, in 1934 and 1939. Elizabeth and Philip were married on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey. They received 2500 wedding gifts from around the world. Wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II Children Queen Elizabeth II Children Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward
Queen of Great Britain The coronation ceremony of Elizabeth II was held at Westminster Abbey on June 2, 1953. Coronation of Elizabeth II
Continuing Evolution of the Commonwealth After coronation the Queen made a six-month tour of the States of the Commonwealth, the British colonies and other countries of the world. Elizabeth II became the first monarch to visit Australia and New Zealand. II She is the most widely travelled head of state in history
Political and Public Life In accordance with the tradition of the British constitutional monarchy, Queen Elizabeth II has representative functions practically without affecting the running of the country.
Elizabeth II and her Commonwealth Prime Ministers, at the 1960 Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference, Windsor Castle Elizabeth II and George Bush share a toast during a state dinner at the White House, 7 May 2007 Elizabeth II (centre, in pink) during a walkabout in Queen's Park, Toronto, 6 July 2010 Political and Public Life
State Visit Programmes State visits are formal visits to the UK by Heads of State from overseas, with the aim of strengthening Britain's relationships with other countries.
Queen and Charities
Titles and Styles When in conversation with the Queen, the practice is to initially address her as Your Majesty and thereafter as Ma'am.
Arms Coat of arms of Princess Elizabeth (1944-1947). Coat of arms of Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh (1947–1952). Royal Coat of arms of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Coart of arms of Elizabeth II in Scotland. Coat of arms of Elizabeth II in Canada (one of three versions used in her reign.
Public Perception The majority of Britons appreciates the activity of Elizabeth II, as a monarch. Despite the positive attitude of the majority of English people, the queen is often criticized.
Hobbies Her Majesty likes travelling, taking photos, horse riding and Corgi Dogs. Elizabeth II has a lot of hobbies, such as music (she played the lute very well), dancing (she danced every morning to keep herself fit), singing and hunting. She also love the arts, especially dramas. The Queen is also a good poet and loves writing poetry. She also translated books from French and Latin into English.
Royal Residences Sandringham House, Elizabeth's private residence Buckingham Palace Windsor Castle, viewed from the Long Walk South front of Balmoral Castle
Finances of Queen ElizabethII The Gold State Coach One report by Forbes put her wealth at $10 billion.
Elizabeth II The Queen is 88 in 2014. She expects to stay as Queen until she dies.
Annual Royal Christmas Message “To many of us, our beliefs are of fundamental importance. For me the teachings of Christ and my own personal accountability before God provide a framework in which I try to lead my life. I, like so many of you, have drawn great comfort in difficult times from Christ's words and example.”
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