Queen Elizabeth II, a Queen who dedicated her to the throne and the people! Elizabeth II was Queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms from 6 February 1952 until her death in 2022; she was queen regnant of 15 states when she passed away! She ruled for over 70 years; and during this time the states witnessed great technological changes and ground-breaking innovations. The Queen was known for her strong personality, her efforts to modernise the institution of monarchy, her love for corgis, commonwealth, sports and brands! She was one of the most photographed women in the world. The queen’s luxurious choices, brand selections and beauty often made to the news.
The queen was fond of owing branded things, be it her car collection, bags or jewelery; she was aware of how she looked, what she owned and her choices. Here are a few fascinating things that the Queen owned with pride and was extremely fond of it.
- All the swans on the River Thames
Queen Elizabeth was fond of pets; she owned all the swans on the river Thames.
- More than 200 Launder Handbags
The Queen was rarely seen without a handbag; but she never carried any old bag; she preferred purses from luxury London designer Launer- The Royale.
- 1,50,000 works of arts
She valued arts and artists and she had the world’s largest and most impressive art collection from some great masters like Rembrandt, Rubens, and Raphael.
- Car collection worth more than $10 million
She loved her Range Rover and owned 30 of them; three Rolls-Royces, two Bentleys, and a custom Range Rover LWB Landaulet.
- Tiara covered in 1333 diamonds
She had the most fascinating tiara collection; the most talked about and assumed to be the Queen’s favorite was Diamond Diadem; It’s set with 1333 diamonds, including a four-carat yellow diamond in the center.
- World’s largest clear-cut diamond
The Great Star of Africa—properly known as Cullinan I—is the world’s largest clear-cut diamond, Weighing in at 530.2 carats, was owned by the Queen.
Isn’t it fascinating? Let us know in the comment section, what you loved or heard most about Queen Elizabeth II.