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The Queen is 94: Facts you don’t know about Her Majesty

The Queen rarely gives interviews, leaving us with little insight into her life. So, we are sure that you don’t know these facts.

Okay, we all know that she likes corgis and possesses a wide-ranging hat collection. Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926. 1926, people! She is the longest-reigning monarch, but as the royal family is shrouded in privacy, there isn’t a lot that the public knows about Her Majesty.

From her education history to how many times she has been portrayed on screen, here are the most interesting facts about Her Majesty.

The Queen has two birthdays

As we mentioned, the Queen was born in April, however, her “official” birthday is celebrated in June at the annual trooping the Color parade. This has been celebrated by the nation since 1748.

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Her Majesty doesn’t possess a passport

Okay, all of us would be immobile without a passport, but that doesn’t apply to the Queen. She can happily travel wherever she likes without needing the booklet the rest of us require to leave our countries.

It says on the royal family’s website that a passport is unnecessary for the Queen and the other family members. However, all other members, including The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Edinburgh, do possess passports. 

The Queen drinks a glass of champagne before bed

We all know the saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” however, Her Majesty has different rituals. According to Margaret Rhodes, her cousin, the Queen drinks a gin before lunch, a glass of wine during lunch, followed by a martini. And she always has a glass of champagne before bed. 

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If she does this daily, the Queen would be consuming four alcohol units per day. This qualifies her as a binge drinker by many people.

Her Majesty has been portrayed in around 100 TV shows and movies 

According to IMDb, Her Majesty has been portrayed on screen 100 times, with outstanding portrayals including Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar for her role in The Queen, and Claire Foy, who played her in The Crown

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Okay, a confession: The Crown is one of our favorite TV series that you can watch on Netflix. We cannot wait for Season 4 to come out on Netflix. And we are even more excited about the fifth and final season that will cover the Queen’s reign into the 21st century.

The Queen welcomes thousands of people at Buckingham Palace 

Every year, Her Majesty hosts more than 50,000 people into the Palace at various banquets, garden parties, lunches, and dinners. She is quite the hostess with her thriving social calendar.

The secrets of Buckingham Palace's Royal receptions - Telegraph

The Queen speaks fluent French

Maybe we don’t envy her for having to follow so many protocols and rules, but the one thing that we truly envy her is the traveling. She is one of the most traveled monarchs in history! So, she visited France many times now, and she picked up the language. The Queen has delivered many official speeches in French, showing off her talent for languages.

The Queen has seen thirteen UK Prime Ministers 

From Churchill to Theresa May, The Queen has seen it all come to power.

And last, you should watch this video. Her Majesty has shared private footage of herself and her sister, Princess Margaret, as children to mark her 94th birthday. Traditionally, a 21-gun volley is fired from either Green Park or Hyde Park, followed by a 62-gun salute at the Tower of London. However, this year wasn’t any birthday gun salutes because the Queen thought it would be inappropriate given the current situation. 


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Miley Cyrus opens up about her alcohol addiction

The Disney alum has always been open about her experience with alcohol and drugs. And like many people during the pandemic, she has gone through some ups and downs with substance.

In a recent interview with Apple Music, Miley Cyrus has discussed her journey with sobriety, and she honestly opened up about relapsing.

Miley Cyrus opened up about her alcohol problems, saying she stopped drinking again, mainly because she feared she would die at the age of 27. This age was the end for many of her colleagues such as Amy Winehouse, Janice Joplin, and Jim Morrison.


Apple Music’s Zane Lowe asked the singer about her sobriety. Miley Cyrus clarified that recently during the pandemic she had broken her sobriety by drinking alcohol, but at the time of the interview, she was two weeks sober. She admitted that she fell off during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, she has finally realized that she shouldn’t be furious with herself, but ask herself what exactly happened. 

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Miley Cyrus completely gave up alcohol 

This summer, she said that she did not decide to give up alcohol completely. But the singer has since learned that she is ‘not a moderation person’. She thinks that everyone should do what is best for them. Miley said that she doesn’t have a problem with drinking, but she has a problem with the impulsive decisions she makes once she goes past that level. She says it is not difficult for her to stay away from alcohol, but as soon as she drinks a glass, she loses control. 

That is why she decided to eliminate alcohol from her lifestyle. Miley Cyrus added that she is a disciplined person: That is why it is easy for her to be sober once she decides.


Miley was afraid that she will die at the age of 27

In June, after undergoing vocal surgery, Cyrus shared that she had not drunk alcohol for six months due to her surgery. 

In time, however, she began to wonder where her unhealthy relationship with alcohol came from. The singer realized that the problems in her family played a big part in this. Her parents were divorced and her father took care of her alone, and in the meantime, he had addiction problems.


However, in the last 2-3 months, Miley drank more but began to fear joining the so-called “Club 27”. This refers to a group of musicians who died before the age of 28. Losing a lot of music icons at the age of 27 made her stop drinking. Miley, who turned 28 on November 23, said that she wanted to protect herself. 

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