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She may not -- much power man has -- been in power -- had come a long time sixty years sixty years today.
That's how long Queen Elizabeth has been Britain's royal -- Sixty years.
Queen Elizabeth for sixty years that's incredible that's funny five year old when she suddenly assumed the throne after the death of her father king George the sixth.
Still going strong at eighty fine today.
A woman who has lived through a dozen presidents in the US.
And his own marquis was announced by no less than prime minister Winston Churchill in Britain.
She's seen a mall known animal.
All those presidents all those prime ministers all those pope's six of them.
Her brain alone more than twice the lines of John Paul the second it's in a row.
Elizabeth came to power -- country was still.
Superpower and a decade before The Beatles.
She was there before the space race and a survivor of almost every passing fad and sensation of the human race president.
Some sites on the moon.
And former daughter in law who we are tall just rover -- Decades of a woman who seemed at times -- But there's stiff upper -- through some horrendous times seemed timeless.
You know let's say monarchies or cliche but the British lob there's to a core.
And even this sometimes I see mark to a -- Royalty is not what it -- but -- tell royal weddings remain.
Not like anything else.
In a world in which US president's -- eight years Max animals powerful potent it's corny maybe thirty years tops.
There is something uniquely Elizabethan.
About this Elizabeth.
Who's known ancestor of the same by the -- of winning it became synonymous with the golden Renaissance say it's in British history.
You know three.
It was a good -- good ancestor a good run.
A good fifteen shy of today's Elizabeth.
At least the modern day record to beat them monarch this tea -- To the hole.
Pirated as are sixty years.
It -- story.
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