Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) – a monarch of The House of Windsor, was born on 21 April 1926, became a Queen at the age of 25 (in 1952). 168 more words
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LONDON — Prince Harry is launching the “Invictus Games,” a new sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service personnel. The Games will include veterans from Canada. 439 more words
On January 25, 2014, Queen Elizabeth and UK Prime Minister David Cameron were issued arrest warrants. The two were charged with sexual crimes against children as part of an international pedophile ring.
Above: Documents obtained through access-to-information show the Harper government blew the budget on marking the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Mike Le Couteur reports.
OTTAWA — The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal program, meant to recognize Canadians for their contributions to the country, cost taxpayers $8.1 million —more than half a million over budget, newly-released documents obtained by Global News show. 514 more words
On this day in royal history, then-Princess Elizabeth (now known as Queen Elizabeth II) joined the British Auxiliary Territorial Service. (Note: I’m not sure this is the correct date, as I’ve also seen it stated other places that she actually joined in February. 475 more words