Queen Elizabeth II of her name Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor is, to date, the British sovereign having reigned the longest. Indeed, she ascended the British throne on February 6, 1952 after the death of her father George VI. The young woman aged 25 at the time became sovereign of seven independent Commonwealth States: South Africa, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon), New Zealand, Pakistan and United Kingdom. United.

Although a few years later, some kingdoms became republics, she still remains queen in many countries today. During her reign, she saw no less than fourteen Prime Ministers, including Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher and more recently Theresa May. Since 2016, she has become the longest reigning and oldest sovereign currently in office.

On September 8, 2022, Her Majesty passed away peacefully to her loved ones, as revealed in a statement from Buckingham Palace. “The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty The Queen, is a time of great sadness for me and all of my family members… We mourn the death of a beloved sovereign and a well-behaved mother. -beloved. I know that his loss will be felt in the country, the kingdoms and the Commonwealth, as well as by countless people in the world, “said his son, Prince Charles who became Charles III. Back in pictures on the metamorphosis of the former sovereign.