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Die Queen. ()IMDb h 42minX-Ray6. Prinzessin Dianas Unfalltod versetzt Englands Bevölkerung in einen Schockzustand. Königin. Die Queen (Originaltitel: The Queen) ist ein Spielfilm des britischen Regisseurs Stephen Frears aus dem Jahr mit Helen Mirren in der Hauptrolle. Die Queen hat als britisches Staatsoberhaupt wenig politische Macht. Als Oberhaupt des Commonwealth ist sie auf der ganzen Welt unterwegs. Die Briten hängen.
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She is the longest-lived and longest-reigning British monarch. She is the longest-serving female head of state in world history, and the world's oldest living monarch , longest-reigning current monarch , and oldest and longest-serving current head of state.
Elizabeth has occasionally faced republican sentiments and press criticism of the royal family , in particular after the breakdown of her children's marriages, her annus horribilis in , and the death in of her former daughter-in-law Diana, Princess of Wales.
However, in the United Kingdom, support for the monarchy has been and remains consistently high, as does her personal popularity.
She was delivered by Caesarean section at her maternal grandfather's London house: 17 Bruton Street, Mayfair.
Elizabeth's only sibling, Princess Margaret , was born in The two princesses were educated at home under the supervision of their mother and their governess , Marion Crawford.
She has an air of authority and reflectiveness astonishing in an infant. During her grandfather's reign, Elizabeth was third in the line of succession to the British throne , behind her uncle Edward and her father.
Although her birth generated public interest, she was not expected to become queen, as Edward was still young and likely to marry and have children of his own, who would precede Elizabeth in the line of succession.
Later that year, Edward abdicated , after his proposed marriage to divorced socialite Wallis Simpson provoked a constitutional crisis.
If her parents had had a later son, he would have been heir apparent and above her in the line of succession, which was determined by male-preference primogeniture.
Elizabeth received private tuition in constitutional history from Henry Marten , Vice-Provost of Eton College ,  and learned French from a succession of native-speaking governesses.
In , Elizabeth's parents toured Canada and the United States. As in , when they had toured Australia and New Zealand, Elizabeth remained in Britain, since her father thought her too young to undertake public tours.
Lord Hailsham  suggested that Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret should be evacuated to Canada to avoid the frequent aerial bombing.
This was rejected by their mother, who declared, "The children won't go without me. I won't leave without the King. And the King will never leave.
We know, every one of us, that in the end all will be well. In , Elizabeth undertook her first solo public appearance on a visit to the Grenadier Guards , of which she had been appointed colonel the previous year.
At the end of the war in Europe, on Victory in Europe Day , Elizabeth and Margaret mingled anonymously with the celebratory crowds in the streets of London.
Elizabeth later said in a rare interview, "We asked my parents if we could go out and see for ourselves. I remember we were terrified of being recognised I remember lines of unknown people linking arms and walking down Whitehall , all of us just swept along on a tide of happiness and relief.
During the war, plans were drawn up to quell Welsh nationalism by affiliating Elizabeth more closely with Wales.
Proposals, such as appointing her Constable of Caernarfon Castle or a patron of Urdd Gobaith Cymru the Welsh League of Youth , were abandoned for several reasons, including fear of associating Elizabeth with conscientious objectors in the Urdd at a time when Britain was at war.
Home Secretary , Herbert Morrison supported the idea, but the King rejected it because he felt such a title belonged solely to the wife of a Prince of Wales and the Prince of Wales had always been the heir apparent.
Princess Elizabeth went in on her first overseas tour, accompanying her parents through southern Africa. During the tour, in a broadcast to the British Commonwealth on her 21st birthday, she made the following pledge: "I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong.
Elizabeth met her future husband, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark , in and After another meeting at the Royal Naval College in Dartmouth in July , Elizabeth—though only 13 years old—said she fell in love with Philip, and they began to exchange letters.
The engagement was not without controversy; Philip had no financial standing, was foreign-born though a British subject who had served in the Royal Navy throughout the Second World War , and had sisters who had married German noblemen with Nazi links.
He was a prince without a home or kingdom. Some of the papers played long and loud tunes on the string of Philip's foreign origin.
Before the marriage, Philip renounced his Greek and Danish titles, officially converted from Greek Orthodoxy to Anglicanism , and adopted the style Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten , taking the surname of his mother's British family.
Elizabeth and Philip were married on 20 November at Westminster Abbey. They received 2, wedding gifts from around the world. Elizabeth gave birth to her first child, Prince Charles , on 14 November One month earlier, the King had issued letters patent allowing her children to use the style and title of a royal prince or princess, to which they otherwise would not have been entitled as their father was no longer a royal prince.
Following their wedding, the couple leased Windlesham Moor , near Windsor Castle , until July ,  when they took up residence at Clarence House in London.
The children remained in Britain. During , George VI's health declined, and Elizabeth frequently stood in for him at public events.
When she toured Canada and visited President Harry S. Truman in Washington, D. On 6 February , they had just returned to their Kenyan home, Sagana Lodge , after a night spent at Treetops Hotel , when word arrived of the death of the King and consequently Elizabeth's immediate accession to the throne.
Philip broke the news to the new queen. With Elizabeth's accession, it seemed probable the royal house would bear the Duke of Edinburgh's name, in line with the custom of a wife taking her husband's surname on marriage.
Philip suggested House of Edinburgh , after his ducal title. The Duke complained, "I am the only man in the country not allowed to give his name to his own children.
The Queen asked them to wait for a year; in the words of Charteris, "the Queen was naturally sympathetic towards the Princess, but I think she thought—she hoped—given time, the affair would peter out.
If Margaret had contracted a civil marriage , she would have been expected to renounce her right of succession.
They divorced in ; she did not remarry. Despite the death of Queen Mary on 24 March, the coronation on 2 June went ahead as planned, as Mary had asked before she died.
From Elizabeth's birth onwards, the British Empire continued its transformation into the Commonwealth of Nations.
The proposal was never accepted and the following year France signed the Treaty of Rome , which established the European Economic Community , the precursor to the European Union.
Lord Mountbatten claimed the Queen was opposed to the invasion, though Eden denied it. Eden resigned two months later.
The absence of a formal mechanism within the Conservative Party for choosing a leader meant that, following Eden's resignation, it fell to the Queen to decide whom to commission to form a government.
The Suez crisis and the choice of Eden's successor led, in , to the first major personal criticism of the Queen.
In a magazine, which he owned and edited,  Lord Altrincham accused her of being "out of touch". In she made a state visit to the United States, where she addressed the United Nations General Assembly on behalf of the Commonwealth.
On the same tour, she opened the 23rd Canadian Parliament , becoming the first monarch of Canada to open a parliamentary session.
She is impatient of the attitude towards her to treat her as She has indeed ' the heart and stomach of a man ' She loves her duty and means to be a Queen.
Elizabeth's pregnancies with Princes Andrew and Edward , in and , mark the only times she has not performed the State Opening of the British parliament during her reign.
Her first royal walkabout, meeting ordinary members of the public, took place during a tour of Australia and New Zealand in The s and s saw an acceleration in the decolonisation of Africa and the Caribbean.
Over 20 countries gained independence from Britain as part of a planned transition to self-government. In , however, the Rhodesian Prime Minister, Ian Smith , in opposition to moves towards majority rule, unilaterally declared independence while expressing "loyalty and devotion" to Elizabeth.
Although the Queen formally dismissed him, and the international community applied sanctions against Rhodesia, his regime survived for over a decade.
In February , the British Prime Minister, Edward Heath , advised the Queen to call a general election in the middle of her tour of the Austronesian Pacific Rim , requiring her to fly back to Britain.
Heath only resigned when discussions on forming a coalition foundered, after which the Queen asked the Leader of the Opposition , Labour's Harold Wilson , to form a government.
A year later, at the height of the Australian constitutional crisis , the Australian Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam , was dismissed from his post by Governor-General Sir John Kerr , after the Opposition-controlled Senate rejected Whitlam's budget proposals.
She declined, saying she would not interfere in decisions reserved by the Constitution of Australia for the Governor-General.
In , Elizabeth marked the Silver Jubilee of her accession. Parties and events took place throughout the Commonwealth, many coinciding with her associated national and Commonwealth tours.
The celebrations re-affirmed the Queen's popularity, despite virtually coincident negative press coverage of Princess Margaret's separation from her husband.
According to Paul Martin, Sr. Trudeau said in his memoirs that the Queen favoured his attempt to reform the constitution and that he was impressed by "the grace she displayed in public" and "the wisdom she showed in private".
During the Trooping the Colour ceremony, six weeks before the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer , six shots were fired at the Queen from close range as she rode down The Mall, London , on her horse, Burmese.
Police later discovered the shots were blanks. The year-old assailant, Marcus Sarjeant , was sentenced to five years in prison and released after three.
Months later, in October, the Queen was the subject of another attack while on a visit to Dunedin , New Zealand.
New Zealand Security Intelligence Service documents, declassified in , revealed that year-old Christopher John Lewis fired a shot with a. Two years into his sentence, he attempted to escape a psychiatric hospital in order to assassinate Charles, who was visiting the country with Diana and their son Prince William.
In a serious lapse of security, assistance only arrived after two calls to the Palace police switchboard. Intense media interest in the opinions and private lives of the royal family during the s led to a series of sensational stories in the press, not all of which were entirely true.
Don't worry if it's not true—so long as there's not too much of a fuss about it afterwards. The sources of the rumours included royal aide Michael Shea and Commonwealth Secretary-General Shridath Ramphal , but Shea claimed his remarks were taken out of context and embellished by speculation.
By the end of the s, the Queen had become the target of satire. As monarch of Fiji , Elizabeth supported the attempts of Governor-General Ratu Sir Penaia Ganilau to assert executive power and negotiate a settlement.
Coup leader Sitiveni Rabuka deposed Ganilau and declared Fiji a republic. In , in the wake of coalition victory in the Gulf War , the Queen became the first British monarch to address a joint meeting of the United States Congress.
In a speech on 24 November , to mark the 40th anniversary of her accession, Elizabeth called her annus horribilis horrible year. The monarchy came under increased criticism and public scrutiny.
In the years to follow, public revelations on the state of Charles and Diana's marriage continued. In August , a year after the divorce, Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris.
The Queen was on holiday with her extended family at Balmoral. Diana's two sons by Charles—Princes William and Harry —wanted to attend church and so the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh took them that morning.
In November , the Queen and her husband held a reception at Banqueting House to mark their golden wedding anniversary. In , Elizabeth marked her Golden Jubilee.
Her sister and mother died in February and March respectively, and the media speculated whether the Jubilee would be a success or a failure.
A million people attended each day of the three-day main Jubilee celebration in London,  and the enthusiasm shown by the public for the Queen was greater than many journalists had expected.
Though generally healthy throughout her life, in the Queen had keyhole surgery on both knees. In October , she missed the opening of the new Emirates Stadium because of a strained back muscle that had been troubling her since the summer.
In May , The Daily Telegraph , citing unnamed sources, reported the Queen was "exasperated and frustrated" by the policies of the British prime minister, Tony Blair , that she was concerned the British Armed Forces were overstretched in Iraq and Afghanistan, and that she had raised concerns over rural and countryside issues with Blair.
Elizabeth addressed the UN General Assembly for a second time in , again in her capacity as Queen of all Commonwealth realms and Head of the Commonwealth.
She was named after her mother. Her nickname was "Lilibet". Princess Elizabeth had one sister, Princess Margaret. Margaret was born in The two young princesses were taught at home.
They had a governess named Marion Crawford. Princess Elizabeth was third in the line of succession to the British Throne.
The first in line was her uncle, the Prince of Wales. The second in line was her father, the Duke of York.
She was third in line. Elizabeth's grandfather, King George V, died in He was king only for a short time.
He abdicated. One day, Princess Elizabeth would be Queen. Elizabeth was 13 years old when World War II started. London was bombed. Elizabeth and Margaret were moved to Windsor Castle.
This was for their safety. People thought that they should be sent to Canada. Their mother did not approve this idea.
Princess Elizabeth joined the British army in She drove a truck. She was a mechanic. In , she made her first official trip outside Britain.
She went with her parents to South Africa. She made a speech on her 21st birthday. She said her whole life would be devoted to the service of British Commonwealth and Empire.
The wedding was held in Westminster Abbey. The couple lived mostly at Clarence House in London.
The couple has four children; Charles, Prince of Wales was born 14 November Their second child is a daughter.
She is Anne, Princess Royal. She was born 15 August The Royal couple had two more sons. Prince Andrew, Duke of York was born 19 February Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex was born 10 March The princes and princess sometimes use the name Mountbatten-Windsor.
This is their official last name when they need one royal families rarely use them. In , the King's health was poor.
He could not go to many public events. Princess Elizabeth started to make official visits for him. The King died on 6 February The ceremony was held in Westminster Abbey.
She wore a dress that was decorated with the national flowers of the countries of the Commonwealth. This is the main official home of the monarch.
Her early years as Queen were spent traveling to many places. Their tour went for 6 months. She was the first reigning monarch to visit Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
In October , she made an official visit to the United States. She spoke to the United Nations General Assembly. She toured Canada.
She became the first monarch to open the nation's Parliament. The Queen likes to go to Canada. She calls Canada her "home away from home".
Since then, the Queen has made visits to most Commonwealth countries. She has also been to most European countries and many countries outside Europe.
In , she became the first British monarch to speak to a joint session of the United States Congress. She goes to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings.
She is the most widely traveled head of state in history. These were the Commonwealth countries.
She was also Queen of the Union of South Africa which became a republic in There were many more countries that she also ruled, because they belonged to the British Empire.
One by one, many of the countries became independent, and as they gained independence she became Queen of many of them.
Altogether, she was sovereign of 32 nations. Some of the countries are now republics and have a president as "Head of State", while some of them keep the Queen as "Head of State".
Queen Elizabeth II is the only monarch of more than one independent nation. The old British Empire became the Commonwealth of Nations.
It includes both monarchies and republics. It is now called "The Commonwealth". The Queen is the Head of the Commonwealth. She works hard to keep peace and good communication between all the nations that are members.
Ever since she became the Queen, Elizabeth has spent about three hours every day "doing the boxes". The "boxes" are two large red boxes that are brought to her from the Parliament every day.
They are full of state papers sent to her from her various departments, embassies, and government offices. Because she has been doing this since , she knows a great deal about the government of the UK.
When the Queen is in London, she meets her Prime Minister once a week, to talk about events. She also has meetings with the First Minister of Scotland and other Ministers of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, and the Prime Ministers and Ministers of other countries, when she is in their country, or when they visit London.
In the late s, there were "referendums" in which the people of Scotland and Wales were asked if they wanted parliaments that were separate from the parliament of the United Kingdom.
This was called a "devolution policy". The Queen opened the first sessions of these two bodies. Recently, some people in Australia wanted a republic , with an elected or appointed President as Head of State instead of the Queen.
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