On Thursday, September 8, Queen Elizabeth, Britain's longest-serving queen, died at the age of 96. She had been down with her health since last October. The issues resulted in her facing struggles while standing and walking. The monarch, who succeeded her father, King George VI in 1962, is going to complete 70 years this year.
As per the Buckingham Palace, her health was deteriorating and she was kept under medical observation at Balmoral Castle post the doctors showed concern towards her bad health.
Queen Elizabeth, along with her only sibling Princess Margaret, was educated at her home. The two sisters were overseen by their mother and the governess, Marion Crawford. Their education mainly included lectures about music, language, history, and literature.