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After Britain ended its colonization, the 26-year-old Elizabeth Alexandra Mary unexpectedly succeeded her father King George VI as Queen of Britain on February 6, 1952. Later, they ruled over 15 Prime Ministers from Winston Churchill to Liz Truss in a span of seven decades.
It is also notable that many of those who came to power in Britain were born after the Queen’s coronation. Others were uncomfortable with the powers that came with royal titles. However, the advice given by the Queen during her weekly audience at Buckingham Palace was appreciated by all.
Historians have suggested that Prime Minister Winston Churchill was skeptical of her ability when Elizabeth took over as Queen in 1952.
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Historian Kate Williams said Churchill used to say of Elizabeth, “She was so young, she was just a child.” At the same time, he points out that there were many people of the same opinion in Britain at that time. Later, she proved her mettle.
Churchill also enjoyed weekly meetings with the Queen. Often these meetings would go on for hours.
When he abdicated in 1955, the Queen wrote a handwritten letter noting his absence, according to British media. When he died in 1965, the Queen broke with royal protocol and attended his funeral.
After Churchill, Sir Anthony Eden, Harold Macmillan, Sir Alec Douglas, Harold Wilson, Edward Heath, James Callaghan, Margaret Thatcher, John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, David Cameron, Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Liz Truss are the prime ministers. Table.
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Queen Elizabeth, who had a good relationship with the democratic administration, as the head of the Commonwealth of Nations, was particularly careful to maintain good relations with foreign countries. The queen, who had been ill for several months, had handed over all her duties to her children.
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