Psy, Paris Hilton and Queen Elizabeth II all made it, but South Korean President Park Geun-Hye turned down her chance of immortality in the first Asian outpost of France's famous waxwork museum, Musee Grevin, that opened in Seoul Thursday. Show More Summary
Photographer Hugo Rittson-Thomas has been taking photos using mirrors to capture four views of his subjects. This photo of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was taken in 2013. Other royals and celebrities have also been photographed in this novel way. The results will be on display at Eleven Gallery in London from 19 August to 19 September in The Queen's People (CLICK).
Born in 1926 as Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary to Prince Albert, the Duke of York (and future King George VI) and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, it did not always seem that Elizabeth would one day inherit the throne. However, with the abdication...Show More Summary
A 17-second video depicting young Queen Elizabeth II performing a Nazi salute has prompted a fierce debate among experts and the public. What other disturbing facts have the Allies have swept under the carpet?
A brief video has surfaced showing Britain’s King Edward VIII and his niece, a young Queen Elizabeth II, pantomiming the Nazi salute in the 1930s.
Queen Elizabeth II got behind the wheel of her Jaguar and drove herself to church Sunday morning, deftly avoiding pedestrians along the Long Walk at Windsor Great Park. The 89-year-old monarch brakes for tea, crumpets and strollers...
An impatient elderly lady drove onto a grass verge to get around a young family who were taking a stroll in Windsor Great Park Sunday. It turned out to be Queen Elizabeth II and what’s more it seems she doesn’t even have a driver’s license. Show More Summary
Footage of Queen Elizabeth II giving a Nazi salute as a child on Sunday revived an uncomfortable debate about the British royal family's historic links to Adolf Hitler's murderous regime in Germany. The queen was still princess Elizabeth,...Show More Summary
No one is sure how the video was leaked, but it seems the whole country has seen it: Queen Elizabeth II, age 7, performing a mock Nazi salute in 1933. British tabloid The Sun met a wave of backlash after publishing the footage Friday. Critics and the palace bashed the editorial decision, saying the release lacked context and […]
A photograph of a young Queen Elizabeth II seen giving the Nazi salute has been splashed across the headlines over the last few days after a British tabloid published it on their front page. Defending the photograph of the Nazi salute,...Show More Summary
Queen Elizabeth II has an ally in Ricky Gervais after the controversy over her childhood Nazi salute raged on yesterday. The comedian took to the Queen's defense, pointing out how ridiculous and out of context the photos were, as well as how misplaced the rage over it became. [ Related: Nudie Pics Made Prince Harry Shy?! [...]
Buckingham Palace opened an inquiry Saturday into how film of the future Queen Elizabeth II apparently giving a Nazi salute as a 7-year-old in 1933 reached the hands of The Sun newspaper, which published images from the home movie on its front page Saturday with the headline “Their Royal Heilnesses.” The Sun said it obtained [...]Show More Summary
Buckingham Palace expressed its disappointment Saturday with a tabloid newspaper for publishing images of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing a Nazi salute with her family in 1933, the year Adolf Hitler came to power.
ROYAL FAMILY SCANDAL ALERT! Queen Elizabeth II has been caught on camera clearly giving the infamous Nazi salute popularized by Adolf Hitler and his cronies. But there's a pretty big catch: The incident took place in 1933. When Elizabeth...Show More Summary
British tabloid The Sun published images from a film of Queen Elizabeth II as a young girl performing a Nazi salute
LONDON (AP) — Buckingham Palace expressed its disappointment Saturday with a tabloid newspaper for publishing images of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing a Nazi salute with her family in 1933, the year Adolf Hitler came to power. The...Show More Summary
Buckingham Palace is upset with a tabloid for publishing images of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing a Nazi salute with her family in 1933.
Controversy across the pond! Young stills from a home video of Queen Elizabeth II have been printed in The Sun, a British newspaper, showing the queen giving a Nazi salute. The stills, taking from a 1933 video, show a 6-year-old future-queen impersonating Adolf Hitler's evil salute that, of course, would soon terrorize the world over in the [...]
Buckingham Palace voiced disappointment after a British newspaper on Saturday published images showing a young Queen Elizabeth II giving a Nazi salute in the early 1930s. The front page of The Sun showed the queen, then aged around six, raising her right hand in the air as her mother, the late Queen Mother, does the same. Show More Summary
The outspoken British comedian came to the Queen's defense after old footage of her apparently doing the "Nazi salute" was published by The Sun.