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Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 85 on Thursday, April 21, 2011, now becomes the oldest British monarch ever to rule, having served as queen for 59 years. According to Buckingham Palace, it is the first time the Queen’s birthday has fallen on Maundy Thursday.

Accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen attends the traditional Royal Maundy Service at Westminster Abbey and hands out Maundy money to 85 women and 85 men. Each receives two purses, one red and one white.

On her birthday, Union flags were flown above Government buildings from 8 am until sunset, the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery provided a 41-gun salute at noon in Hyde Park and the Honourable Artillery Company fired a 62-gun tribute from Gun Wharf at the Tower of London at 1 pm.

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on April 21, 1926 in Mayfair, London. She was third in line to the throne at that time of her birth after her uncle Prince Edward and her father

The Princess of York spent her early childhood in her parent’s home at 145 Piccadilly and at White Lodge in Richmond Park. In 1930, she became a big sister as Princess Margaret Rose was born

In 1937, Elizabeth’s father was crowned King George VI after his brother Edward abdicated the throne to marry American divorcée Wallis Simpson, which meant that Elizabeth was now second in line to the throne after her father

At the age of 14, Elizabeth (right) delivered her first radio broadcast to the children of the Commonwealth during the BBC’s Children’s Hour

Though her education took place primarily at home, Princess Elizabeth was posed carrying a congratulatory floral bouquet after her great uncle, the Earl of Athlone, Chancellor of London University, awarded her with the degree of Bachelor of Music

During World War II, Princess Elizabeth volunteered as a subaltern in the Women’s Auxiliary Territorial Service and was trained as both a driver and a mechanic. At that time, she even drove military trucks in England

Princess Elizabeth got married her distant cousin, Lt. Philip Mountbatten, who is now the Duke of Edinburgh, at Westminster Abbey in front of 2,000 guests on Nov. 20, 1947

Queen Elizabeth has four children including Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. Two elders were born before their mother became the Queen and the others were born after, which made them the first children to be born to a reigning monarch since Queen Victoria had her family (At left, Princess Elizabeth stands with Prince Philip and their children Prince Charles and Princess Anne at Clarence House)

Queen Elizabeth II was crowned at a coronation ceremony held at Westminster Abbey Oath in front of more than 8,000 guests on June 2, 1953 and became the British Empire’s first reigning woman since Queen Victoria

Queen Elizabeth II, 76, celebrated 50 years on the throne in 2002 and became the oldest monarch to celebrate such a milestone (At left, Queen Elizabeth sits with members of her family, Prince Harry, Prince William, their father Prince Charles, Prince Philip, Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie)

Queen Elizabeth II is spotted holding a bunch of flowers

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II talks with The Very Rev Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster when she leaves the traditional Royal Maundy Service at Westminster Abbey on her 85th birthday, April 21, 2011

 

 

Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 85 on Thursday, April 21, 2011, now becomes the oldest British monarch ever to rule, having served as queen for 59 years. According to Buckingham Palace, it is the first time the Queen’s birthday has fallen on Maundy Thursday.

Accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen attends the traditional Royal Maundy Service at Westminster Abbey and hands out Maundy money to 85 women and 85 men. Each receives two purses, one red and one white.

On her birthday, Union flags were flown above Government buildings from 8 am until sunset, the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery provided a 41-gun salute at noon in Hyde Park and the Honourable Artillery Company fired a 62-gun tribute from Gun Wharf at the Tower of London at 1 pm.

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on April 21, 1926 in Mayfair, London. She was third in line to the throne at that time of her birth after her uncle Prince Edward and her father

The Princess of York spent her early childhood in her parent’s home at 145 Piccadilly and at White Lodge in Richmond Park. In 1930, she became a big sister as Princess Margaret Rose was born

In 1937, Elizabeth’s father was crowned King George VI after his brother Edward abdicated the throne to marry American divorcée Wallis Simpson, which meant that Elizabeth was now second in line to the throne after her father

At the age of 14, Elizabeth (right) delivered her first radio broadcast to the children of the Commonwealth during the BBC’s Children’s Hour

Though her education took place primarily at home, Princess Elizabeth was posed carrying a congratulatory floral bouquet after her great uncle, the Earl of Athlone, Chancellor of London University, awarded her with the degree of Bachelor of Music

During World War II, Princess Elizabeth volunteered as a subaltern in the Women’s Auxiliary Territorial Service and was trained as both a driver and a mechanic. At that time, she even drove military trucks in England

Princess Elizabeth got married her distant cousin, Lt. Philip Mountbatten, who is now the Duke of Edinburgh, at Westminster Abbey in front of 2,000 guests on Nov. 20, 1947

Queen Elizabeth has four children including Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. Two elders were born before their mother became the Queen and the others were born after, which made them the first children to be born to a reigning monarch since Queen Victoria had her family (At left, Princess Elizabeth stands with Prince Philip and their children Prince Charles and Princess Anne at Clarence House)

Queen Elizabeth II was crowned at a coronation ceremony held at Westminster Abbey Oath in front of more than 8,000 guests on June 2, 1953 and became the British Empire’s first reigning woman since Queen Victoria

Queen Elizabeth II, 76, celebrated 50 years on the throne in 2002 and became the oldest monarch to celebrate such a milestone (At left, Queen Elizabeth sits with members of her family, Prince Harry, Prince William, their father Prince Charles, Prince Philip, Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie)

Queen Elizabeth II is spotted holding a bunch of flowers

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II talks with The Very Rev Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster when she leaves the traditional Royal Maundy Service at Westminster Abbey on her 85th birthday, April 21, 2011

 

 

An innovative touring exhibition, titled “The Queen: Art and Image”, has been organized by the National Portrait Gallery to mark the Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

The exhibition displays Queen Elizabeth‘s formal painted portraits, official photographs and press images by contemporary artists, including Pietro Annigoni, Cecil Beaton, Lord Lichfield, Andy Warhol, Lucian Freud and Gerhard Richter during the sixty years of her reign.

“The Queen: Art and Image” opens at the National Gallery Complex, Edinburgh from 15 June to 18 September 2011, at National Museums Northern Ireland from 14 October 2011 to 15 January 2012, and at National Museum Cardiff from 4 February to 29 April 2012 before being shown in London.

A hand coloured print of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952 by Dorothy Wilding

Queen Elizabeth II by Dorothy Wilding, 1952

On 21 April 2011, Queen Elizabeth II turned 85 and became the oldest British monarch ever to rule, having served as Queen for 59 years. It was the first time her birthday has fallen on Maundy Thursday.

Elizabeth II by Gerhard Richter, 1966

Queen Elizabeth II by Eve Arnold, 1968

Queen Elizabeth II, who is now the second-longest for a British monarch, has four children including Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward. This year, she witnessed two royal weddings of her grandson, Prince William, second in the line of succession to the throne, and her granddaughter, Zara Phillips, daughter of Princess Anne.

Queen Elizabeth II by Pietro Annigoni, 1969

The Queen by Justin Mortimer, 1998

Queen Elizabeth II by Hiroshi Sugimoto, 1999

Lightness of Being by Chris Levine, 2007

Medusa by Hew Locke, 2008

Queen Elizabeth II marked the Silver Jubilee of her accession in 1977, and the Golden Jubilee in 2002. Besides, she and the Duke of Edinburgh celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 2007 and their marriage is the longest of any British monarch.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh by Thomas Struth, 2011

 

Queen Elizabeth II: Her Portraits in Art over 60 Years

 

Related links:

Queen Elizabeth II’s 85-Year Life In Pictures

Queen Elizabeth II Launched a Memorial Photostream

The Obamas Meets Queen Elizabeth II and William-Kate

Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 85 on Thursday, April 21, 2011, now becomes the oldest British monarch ever to rule, having served as queen for 59 years. According to Buckingham Palace, it is the first time the Queen’s birthday has fallen on Maundy Thursday.

Accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen attends the traditional Royal Maundy Service at Westminster Abbey and hands out Maundy money to 85 women and 85 men. Each receives two purses, one red and one white.

On her birthday, Union flags were flown above Government buildings from 8 am until sunset, the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery provided a 41-gun salute at noon in Hyde Park and the Honourable Artillery Company fired a 62-gun tribute from Gun Wharf at the Tower of London at 1 pm.

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on April 21, 1926 in Mayfair, London. She was third in line to the throne at that time of her birth after her uncle Prince Edward and her father

The Princess of York spent her early childhood in her parent’s home at 145 Piccadilly and at White Lodge in Richmond Park. In 1930, she became a big sister as Princess Margaret Rose was born

In 1937, Elizabeth’s father was crowned King George VI after his brother Edward abdicated the throne to marry American divorcée Wallis Simpson, which meant that Elizabeth was now second in line to the throne after her father

At the age of 14, Elizabeth (right) delivered her first radio broadcast to the children of the Commonwealth during the BBC’s Children’s Hour

Though her education took place primarily at home, Princess Elizabeth was posed carrying a congratulatory floral bouquet after her great uncle, the Earl of Athlone, Chancellor of London University, awarded her with the degree of Bachelor of Music

During World War II, Princess Elizabeth volunteered as a subaltern in the Women’s Auxiliary Territorial Service and was trained as both a driver and a mechanic. At that time, she even drove military trucks in England

Princess Elizabeth got married her distant cousin, Lt. Philip Mountbatten, who is now the Duke of Edinburgh, at Westminster Abbey in front of 2,000 guests on Nov. 20, 1947

Queen Elizabeth has four children including Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. Two elders were born before their mother became the Queen and the others were born after, which made them the first children to be born to a reigning monarch since Queen Victoria had her family (At left, Princess Elizabeth stands with Prince Philip and their children Prince Charles and Princess Anne at Clarence House)

Queen Elizabeth II was crowned at a coronation ceremony held at Westminster Abbey Oath in front of more than 8,000 guests on June 2, 1953 and became the British Empire’s first reigning woman since Queen Victoria

Queen Elizabeth II, 76, celebrated 50 years on the throne in 2002 and became the oldest monarch to celebrate such a milestone (At left, Queen Elizabeth sits with members of her family, Prince Harry, Prince William, their father Prince Charles, Prince Philip, Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie)

Queen Elizabeth II is spotted holding a bunch of flowers

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II talks with The Very Rev Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster when she leaves the traditional Royal Maundy Service at Westminster Abbey on her 85th birthday, April 21, 2011

 

 

An innovative touring exhibition, titled “The Queen: Art and Image”, has been organized by the National Portrait Gallery to mark the Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

The exhibition displays Queen Elizabeth‘s formal painted portraits, official photographs and press images by contemporary artists, including Pietro Annigoni, Cecil Beaton, Lord Lichfield, Andy Warhol, Lucian Freud and Gerhard Richter during the sixty years of her reign.

“The Queen: Art and Image” opens at the National Gallery Complex, Edinburgh from 15 June to 18 September 2011, at National Museums Northern Ireland from 14 October 2011 to 15 January 2012, and at National Museum Cardiff from 4 February to 29 April 2012 before being shown in London.

A hand coloured print of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952 by Dorothy Wilding

Queen Elizabeth II by Dorothy Wilding, 1952

On 21 April 2011, Queen Elizabeth II turned 85 and became the oldest British monarch ever to rule, having served as Queen for 59 years. It was the first time her birthday has fallen on Maundy Thursday.

Elizabeth II by Gerhard Richter, 1966

Queen Elizabeth II by Eve Arnold, 1968

Queen Elizabeth II, who is now the second-longest for a British monarch, has four children including Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward. This year, she witnessed two royal weddings of her grandson, Prince William, second in the line of succession to the throne, and her granddaughter, Zara Phillips, daughter of Princess Anne.

Queen Elizabeth II by Pietro Annigoni, 1969

The Queen by Justin Mortimer, 1998

Queen Elizabeth II by Hiroshi Sugimoto, 1999

Lightness of Being by Chris Levine, 2007

Medusa by Hew Locke, 2008

Queen Elizabeth II marked the Silver Jubilee of her accession in 1977, and the Golden Jubilee in 2002. Besides, she and the Duke of Edinburgh celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 2007 and their marriage is the longest of any British monarch.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh by Thomas Struth, 2011

 

Queen Elizabeth II: Her Portraits in Art over 60 Years

 

Related links:

Queen Elizabeth II’s 85-Year Life In Pictures

Queen Elizabeth II Launched a Memorial Photostream

The Obamas Meets Queen Elizabeth II and William-Kate

A few minutes’ walk from Parliament Square and a stone’s throw from the London Eye across the River Thames, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center is a state of the art facility with rooms accommodating 40 to 1,300 delegates. Purpose built as a conference venue, the QEII Conference Center offers wireless broadband, state of the art audio-visual services, online conference services, and web casting. To keep everything and everyone cool, the building is fully air-conditioned.

What makes the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center such a popular venue with companies and organizations is not simply its central location but the fact that the building inside offers a tremendous choice of spaces that are ideal for all sizes of event including grand exhibitions and modest exhibitions with pop-up stands.

Conference and hospitality peak on the third floor of the Queen Elizabeth II Conference center which is the largest area in the center and is used by major corporations who have a very important message to convey. In another area within the Conference Center’s third floor are the Fleming and Whittle rooms which are complemented by the Benjamin Britten lounge. To a backdrop of an illuminated Westminster Abbey, these rooms provide the perfect venues for silver-service dinners.

Go up to the fourth floor in the QEII Conference Center and there is a rich choice of meeting rooms which are ideal for press conferences and training sessions and other business events. Looking out over the delightful Japanese Garden, the St. James’ and Westminster suites are ideal meeting rooms adjacent to catering facilities. Various other meeting rooms on the floor have walls that can be moved to provide larger or smaller venues.

Take the lift to the fifth floor and the Elizabeth Windsor and Mountbatten rooms can be joined together for a large corporate event or separated to offer differing themes and experiences.

Between the fifth and sixth floors is a glass staircase that leads to the Mountbatten room where picture windows offer guests and delegates magical views of London’s finest landmarks including St. Stephen’s Tower, often called Big Ben after the bell within, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and that great wheel called the London Eye.

The theater facilities are perfect for presentations and workshops if you are planning to organize an event or exhibition at the venue. When it comes to catering, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center also offers an excellent cuisine that is supplied by Leith’s of London in first rate kitchens. Menus can be customized to clients’ needs and tables decorated to suit the tone of a particular event. Catering budgets are always highly competitive whether it is providing for a grand banquet or canapes for a product launch. The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center is an ideal location for any type or size of presentation or event to get across an important business message.

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