Here at Madame Tussauds London we unveiled a stunningly lifelike new figure of Her Majesty The Queen in honour of her Diamond Jubilee. The figure, positioned centre stage in our Royal Area, is the 23rd to be created of The Queen.
Sovereign of Great Britain and ruler of the Commonwealth, Elizabeth’s family have ruled for over 1000 years. She is the head of a royal family famous throughout the world. Elizabeth has risen above recent scandals within her family and though she has no official power, she reigns with dignity and commands respect wherever she goes.
1926: Born in Mayfair, London
1945: Joins Women’s Auxiliary Territorial Service
1947: Marries Prince Philip of Greece
1948: Prince Charles born
1950: Princess Anne born
1952: Succeeds to the throne of Great Britain and the Commonwealth
1953: Is crowned Queen at Westminster Abbey
1960: Prince Andrew born
1964: Prince Edward born
1977: Celebrates her Silver Jubilee
1997: Is criticised for her handling of the death of Diana Princess of Wales
2002: Celebrates her Golden Jubilee
2007: Celebrates her diamond wedding anniversary. Becomes The UK’s oldest serving monarch in history
2011: The Queen's grandson Prince William marries Catherine Middleton and is given the title "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge".
2012: The Queen is to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee marking 60 years on the throne. Madame Tussauds London unviels a new figure to mark the celebrations.
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