different countries that her image has appeared on their banknotes
making her the Guinness World Record holder for the "Most Currencies Featuring the Same Individual"
Children, Charles, Anne, Andrew & Edward
The St Edwards crown used to crown the Queen weighs 4 pounds & 12 ounces and is made of solid gold.
The Queen is the 40th monarch since William the Conqueror obtained the crown of England in 1066.
Breeding pairs of mute swan in Britain are officially owned by the Queen
Years old, long to reign over us
The Queen is patron to over 600 organisations & charities
Eggs used in her wedding cake!
Million estimated viewers watched the coronation
Diamonds in the George IV state diadem worn on the way to her coronation
Time she was born (GMT)
Third in the line of succession at birth
(behind her uncle Edward, Prince of Wales & her father the Duke of York)
Royal engagements attended by the Queen in 2017. (other royals; Charles 551, Anne 541; Andrew 340; Edward 285; Camilla 227)
Official engagements in conducted in 2016. Not bad for someone in their nineties
The year the Queen attended her first football match, the FA Cup Final – where a Stanley Matthews-inspired Blackpool beat Bolton-Wanderers 4-3
Telegrams sent to centenarians in the UK & the Commonwealth
Years as reigning monarch
British Prime Ministers have served during Queen Elizabeth's reign, the first being Winston Churchill
Queen Elizabeth is Head of State of 16 states called Commonwealth Realms
Precious & semi-precious stones set in St Edwards Crown used in coronation
Estimated miles travelled during her Silver Jubilee in 1977
The year Elizabeth undertook her first solo public appearance on a visit to the Grenadier Guards
Her service number in the Auxiliary Territorial Service during WWII
Streets in the UK named after her
Visits to Canada — the largest number of trips she has made to any nation.
Archbishops of Canterbury during the Queen's reign – Geoffrey Fisher, Michael Ramsey, Donald Coggan, Robert Runcie, George Carey, Rowan Williams & Justin Welby
The Queen has sat for at least 129 portraits during her reign, painted in a variety of styles
George; Charlotte; Savannah; Isla; Mia; Louis; Lena
Cities visited in the UK during her Golden Jubilee year in 2002, starting in Leicester (the day I got to see my Queen!)
years old when Elizabeth II became Queen
Miles in length, the coronation return procession passing through: Whitehall, Trafalgar Square, Pall Mall, Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, & finally down the Mall to Buckingham Palace
Oranges used in her wedding cake!
The year the Coronation chair was made
Only twice absent from the State Opening of Parliament since 1953, (due to pregnancies with Princes Andrew & Edward, in 1959 & 1963
US Presidents the Queen has met. The only president during her reign that she did not meet was Lyndon B. Johnson
She has traveled more than 1 million miles on official trips, visiting 106 countries.
The year the Queen sent her first email in from an army base.
Years married to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
The Queen has 8 Grandchildren,
Peter; William; Zara; Harry; Beatrice; Eugenie; Louise & James
Miles covered by land, sea & air, during a 7-month round-the-world tour, after the coronation in 1953
The cost of the Coronation was £1.57 million (£38,680,000 in 2016)
Service personnel from Britain & across the Commonwealth marched in the procession.
A further 15,800 lined the route
years old when she made her first radio broadcast
Wedding gifts received