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    On Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II will have officially remained on the United Kingdom throne for a long 70 years. Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor wasn’t born in royalty, but destiny had another plan for her. The Queen is a symbol of stability as the United Kingdom navigated an age of uncertainty.

    Queen Elizabeth started as a glamorous young royal wearing tiaras and witnessed the end of the Britain Empire, the advent of multiculturalism, increased international terrorism, and challenges placed by Brexit and the pandemic. Living in a world that constantly changes, the Queen remained U.K.’s only constant.

    Through her experiences, many believe it should earn Elizabeth a royal epithet like those of her predecessors. An example is William the Conqueror, Edward the Confessor, and Alfred the Great, said royal historian Hugo Vickers. He explained that “I’ve always thought she should be called Elizabeth the Steadfast,… I think it’s a perfect way of describing her. She wasn’t necessarily expecting to be queen, and she embraced that duty.”

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