Gasp! Queen Elizabeth Reveals the 1 Disadvantage of Wearing the Crown

Gasp! Queen Elizabeth Reveals the 1 Disadvantage of Wearing the Crown

Gasp! Queen Elizabeth Reveals the 1 Disadvantage of Wearing the Crown

You can get used to anything after a while (even heavy headgear).

The queen wears the Imperial State Crown when she delivers a speech at the state opening of Parliament, the Independent reported.

The stones, including the Black Prince's Ruby from the Imperial State Crown, were placed in the metal box and buried under a sally port, a secured entrance.

Gasp! Queen Elizabeth Reveals the 1 Disadvantage of Wearing the Crown

After succeeding the throne after the death of her father George VI, the Queen explains how she had the crown adjusted to make it more feminine and smaller.

"Yes", Elizabeth agreed. "Fortunately, my father and I have about the same sort of shaped head, but once you put it on, it stays". "You have to take the speech up [when reading it] because if you did [look down], your neck would break".

"Because if you did, your neck would break and it would fall off. Otherwise, they're quite important things", she shared.

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In a very rare, personal account for a BBC documentary to be aired tomorrow NZT, Britain's longest-reigning monarch, who was crowned in 1953, spoke candidly about her coronation and some of the crown jewels that play a symbolic role in the ceremony.

Giving her personal recollection, the Queen also revealed how she had struggled with her coronation dress, which was embroidered in silk with pearls, and gold and silver thread. Yet it is fitting that an event as historic as her coronation in 1953, a television in its own right, is marked by a broadcasting first - the Queen in conversation with historian Alastair Bruce about the occasion that was to define her life, her country and her subjects.

"It's not meant for travelling in at all".

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She explained she made a decision to play dress up and mimic the daily routine of the queen to celebrate the second season of the Netflix hit, The Crown, which premiered last month.

But another royal artefact provided some entertainment: footage in the documentary showed Charles and Anne playing beneath the Queen's royal purple robe as children.

Then, back to the serious business of ruling.

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