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The Diamond Jubilee
Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth I (born in1533)Reigned 1558 – 1603, 44 years
Buckingham Palace, London
Have you ever been to London, the     capital city of England?
The Union Flag.3 different flags build up to the union flag. What countries                     do they represent?
Where might you see pictures of         the Queen?
60 years as Queen of Great Britain.     Who was the longest reigning monarch?
Queen Victoria reigned for 63 years         and 7 months.
The coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837, when she was 18. She was          the longest reigning female monarch in history.
Coronation Day in 1953
The coronation took place inWestminster Abbey and it was oneof the first big television broadcastsin this country.
Crowds gathered to watch the newQueen and her family on the balcony at        Buckingham Palace.
Souvenirs
Celebrations in 1953
Celebrations & souvenirs for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977
Queen Victoria (1837 – 1901),King Edward 7th (1901-1910), King George 5th (1910-1936)
Edward and George, the sons of       King George V
Coronation of King George VI(Can you spot our Queen?)
Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary and       Princess Margaret Rose
Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, lived          to be 101 years old.
Royal family photographs
On her wedding day.
The Queen and her husband,  Prince Philip nowadays.
The Queen has many interests but isespecially fond of horses and corgis!
Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Princes Andrew and Edward.
Royal Family Portrait
Family Tree
AAAAA   A Royal Wedding
Celebrating 60 years
Special parades in London
The Golden Coach
How will you celebrate?
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  1. 1. The Diamond Jubilee
  2. 2. Queen Elizabeth II
  3. 3. Queen Elizabeth I (born in1533)Reigned 1558 – 1603, 44 years
  4. 4. Buckingham Palace, London
  5. 5. Have you ever been to London, the capital city of England?
  6. 6. The Union Flag.3 different flags build up to the union flag. What countries do they represent?
  7. 7. Where might you see pictures of the Queen?
  8. 8. 60 years as Queen of Great Britain. Who was the longest reigning monarch?
  9. 9. Queen Victoria reigned for 63 years and 7 months.
  10. 10. The coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837, when she was 18. She was the longest reigning female monarch in history.
  11. 11. Coronation Day in 1953
  12. 12. The coronation took place inWestminster Abbey and it was oneof the first big television broadcastsin this country.
  13. 13. Crowds gathered to watch the newQueen and her family on the balcony at Buckingham Palace.
  14. 14. Souvenirs
  15. 15. Celebrations in 1953
  16. 16. Celebrations & souvenirs for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977
  17. 17. Queen Victoria (1837 – 1901),King Edward 7th (1901-1910), King George 5th (1910-1936)
  18. 18. Edward and George, the sons of King George V
  19. 19. Coronation of King George VI(Can you spot our Queen?)
  20. 20. Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary and Princess Margaret Rose
  21. 21. Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, lived to be 101 years old.
  22. 22. Royal family photographs
  23. 23. On her wedding day.
  24. 24. The Queen and her husband, Prince Philip nowadays.
  25. 25. The Queen has many interests but isespecially fond of horses and corgis!
  26. 26. Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Princes Andrew and Edward.
  27. 27. Royal Family Portrait
  28. 28. Family Tree
  29. 29. AAAAA A Royal Wedding
  30. 30. Celebrating 60 years
  31. 31. Special parades in London
  32. 32. The Golden Coach
  33. 33. How will you celebrate?
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