On June 2, 1953, Elizabeth was crowned queen of the United Kingdom at Westminster Abbey. Her coronation came some 16 months after the death of her father, George VI. Elizabeth’s reign--the longest in British history—was marked by incredible changes and a number of crises. But her stoic and steadfast leadership helped the monarchy endure, and she became one of the country’s most beloved royals.
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