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Why did Queen Elizabeth I become Queen?

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Elizabeth became queen when her older sister, Mary Tudor died childless. Her sister came to the throne after their older brother, Edward, died childless. There was, as usual, some dispute of who should inherit Mary's throne, but Elizabeth being Protestant gave her the popular opinion, rather than her Catholic counterpart Mary, Queen of Scots. read more

On Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth II will become the longest-serving monarch in British history. A royal spokesperson told Maclean’s that the record-breaking moment at which she surpasses Queen Victoria’s 23,226 days, 16 hours and 23 minutes is set to happen around 5:30 p.m. local time. read more

When she was born in 1926 no-one expected Princess Elizabeth to become Queen. Her father George was not the King and he didn't think he ever would be. George had an older brother called Edward. Because Edward was the eldest son he would get to be King. read more

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