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Queen Elizabeth II Quiz

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Elizabeth II is the second longest reigning British monarch. Who is the longest reigning?

  • Henry III
  • Victoria
  • George III
  • James I

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How many Prime Ministers have been appointed during her reign?

  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13

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What is the date of the Queen Elizabeth's “real” birthday?

  • 21 March
  • 21 April
  • 21 May
  • 22 May

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How tall is Queen Elizabeth II?

  • 5ft 3in
  • 5ft 4in
  • 5ft 5in
  • 5ft 6in

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At the time of her succession, where was Princess Elizabeth?

  • Clarence House
  • Balmoral
  • New Zealand
  • Kenya

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When was Princess Elizabeth’s engagement to Lieutenant Phillip Mountbatten RN, announced? (year = 1947)

  • 9 June
  • 9 July
  • 10 July
  • 9 August

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In September 1950 Prince Phillip was given command of a Royal Navy Frigate. What was the name of this Frigate?

  • HMS Magpie
  • HMS Vampire
  • HMS Voyager
  • HMS Daring

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Who was the Archbishop of Canterbury who conducted the wedding ceremony?

  • Michael Ramsey
  • William Temple
  • Geoffrey Fisher
  • Cosmo Gordon Lang

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Who designed Princess Elizabeth’s wedding dress?

  • Sir Norman Hartnell
  • Ian Thomas
  • Hardy Amies
  • Maureen Rose

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Queen Elizabeth is capable of doing ……what?

  • Speak Mandarin
  • Change a spark plug
  • Get points on her driving licence
  • Mixing concrete

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Which number monarch is Queen Elizabeth II since William the Conqueror?

  • 38
  • 39
  • 40
  • 41

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Diageo, the world's biggest distiller, is selling 60 decanters of Scotch whisky for how much each, for the Diamond Jubilee?

  • £100,000
  • £60,000
  • £50,000
  • £100

 

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