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By | October 6, 2016

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Queen Elizabeth II becomes longest reigning British monarch in history

quot;I declare before you all that my whole life,whether it be long or short, hall be devoted to your service and to theservice of our great imperial family to which we all belong.quot; Queen Elizabeth has surpassed her greatgreatgrandmother,Queen Victoria, to become the longest serving British Monarchin history. The 89yearold has reigned for 63 years and 217 days. And it all began in the early 1950s. 1953. It was the year the world was introducedto Ian Fleming’s James Bond,

the year Edmund Hillary and Sherpa TenzingNorgay conquered Everest and the year Elvis Presley made his firstever recording. In Britain, an estimated three million peoplelined the streets of London… world leaders, dignitaries and invited guestsgathered at Westminster Abbey… and millions of people around the world huddledaround television sets… all to witness a momentous occasion for theBritish Empire. Elizabeth was just 25 years old when she ascendedto the throne in 1952, but she was not destined to be Queen. Herfather, George VI,

became King after the abdication of his brotherEdward VIII and when he died, his eldest daughter was next in line. The young Queen quickly took to her new rolewith energy and grace and soon she and her husband Prince Philipset off on a sixmonth world tour. She became the first monarch to circumnavigatethe globe and in time also became the most widelytravelledHead of State in history. In 1977, the Queen celebrated her Silver Jubilee by embarking on a nationwide tour to mark25 years on the throne.

In a sign that the monarchy had not been damagedby the turbulent 1960’s and ‘70s, millions of people took part in street partiesto honour the Queen around the country. The 90s was a difficult decade for the Queenand her family. 1992 saw Windsor Castle badly damaged in afire, and the disintegration of the marriages ofthree of the Queen’s children. In 1997, Princess Diana was killed in a caraccident in Paris. In 2002, the Queen celebrated her Golden Jubileebut the year also brought personal sadness for the monarch.

In February she lost her sister Princess Margaretand just a few weeks later in March, the Queen Mother passed away at the age of101. Recent years have brought happier times forthe Queen. She marked her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, jumped out of a plane with James Bond at theLondon Olympics, and watched as her family grew. Today, aged 89, she continues to carry outher duties as monarch and as a greatgrand mother with remarkableenergy.