SERIOUSLY WHAT IS IT!?!
By - Dante_the_random
The second, duh
Just "Second", "The" is her middle name
Elizabeth immortal the Second
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, officially Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of her other realms and territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
So its faith?
No, it's officially. Officially Elizabeth II
So its II?
Seriously now, it is either Windsor or Windsor-Mountbatten. It could have been Saxe-Coburg und Gotha, or even Hanovra, but after the Germans attacked Belgium, King George VI changed the name from the German Saxe-coburg und Gotha to the more English Windsor. Same did other noble families with German names in England.
Smh we should just slide into her dms and ask her
I'm British gimme a second to break into the palace and check
Make sure to rob her high end tea bags and biscuits, that shit ain't cheap ya know
You can just change names all willy-nilly and still be royalty?
It changes because of marriages. For example, Queen Victoria was from the house of Hanovra until she married Prince Albert of Saxe-coburg und Gotha. Queen Elizabeth was from the house of Tudor until she died childless and her nephew, King James of Stewart came to the throne. They are all related so they all have royal blood. Queen Elizabeth II was matrilinealy married to Prince Philip which means that Prince Charles the Prince of Wales princess Anne, the Princess Royal, Prince Andrew Duke of York and Prince Edward the Earl of Wessex belong to the house of Windsor, not the house of Mountbatten. Although, as I said, the queen and her late husband have agreed that the children will have the name of Mountbatten-Windsor.
Clear as mud
Females take the family name of their husbands. Simple as that.
When they have need of a last name which is never.
🤨I’m not reading all that
Came to say this.
No you didn't.
The Unburnt, breaker of chains and mother of dragons ?!!
That is the defender of faith part
It’s windsor. If its anything, its windsor.
I found the Brit!
your username may be JohnTheMoron, but you are clearly a genius sir.
but this is litteraly top comment
Time isn't real
You know what is real?
My nuts in ur mother last night
You know what was real? The fact that his mother had a dick since you're a redditor which means you have never felt the presence of a girl
What he said wasn’t funny, what you said didn’t even make sense.
That's the point
Ive actually had friends who are girls, that counts as being in the presence of one, no?
I think what you mean by friends is girls that were so goddamn polite they wouldn't tell your ass fuck off cuz you trying to get in their beds was annoying.
Im 15, im not trying to get in their beds
I'm 14, I use trash roasts on people for no reason while knowing damn well it probably isn't true.
Btw just saying i haven't downvoted cuz i'm an honorable man
Nice, dont worry i upvoted you
Slapping the tag of underratedness on a comment prematurely is like banging your cousin if you're from Alabama.
It's fine, we've all done it, now let's get on with our day.
what a wisdom brother
That’s both of their last names actually
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor
I was thinking of replying "Windsor"
Fool, she has 4 names!!
Windsor dick fit in your mouth. Nvm sounded better in my head
Windsor pussy getting ate
(Idk I’ve never done this before)
It's great, you should try it sometime
A for effort
Windsor sun, gangbangs are fun.
Windsor home I will fit this dick in your mouth? I have no idea lol
Hi I'm your 69th upvote. Have a great day
First name: Queen Elizabeth
Surname: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor
I think it’s Queen Elizabeth Windsor
Cuz Windsor castle
Yeah it’s Elizabeth Windsor.
Of the house of Saxe Coberg.
They changed it cus it was too German lol, also it came from Albert Victoria's husband. Tho u probably already knew that.
To hide The Great War was a family fued of greed.
What do I mean?
All the nations in it World War One were ran by cousins of the same family.
The German kaiser, the Romanovs and the "Windsors" were all the same family.
so a giant big large family ruling the whole world.
>so a giant big large family ruling ~~the whole world.~~ couple of European states
those couple of european states owned 45.61% of the world put together
Ruler of Russia Tzar Nicholas 2 owned one tenth of the earths surface.
Saxe Coburg-Gotha\* and there's nothing more English than being German anyway
American independence was a successful rebellion of British colonists against their German king.
Except when they're an American Turk like the English prime minister.
Are you just making this up on the spot? England doesn't have a Prime Minister bro and Johnson is neither American nor a Turk, neither are his parents
Are you serious bro? Nothing you just wrote is correct
The UK has a prime minister, Wales, Scotland and N Ireland have first ministers England has none of these
As for Johnson's nationality just read Wikipedia
Hes Prime Minister of the UK but also of England specifically, it's one of the annoying things about devolution that England actually has less attention paid to governance because it's government's time is split between regional and national governance
This isn't a great source but I learnt Boris was American born with Turkish heritage when I was writing my dissertation (Boris used his Turkish heritage to argue that his claim that 40 million Turks are actively trying to move to the UK isn't racist)
Hey, I'm all for the wabbajack but all of that shit is so wrong. "England doesn't have a prime minister" pretty sure you're madder than pelagius at this point
Granted im being pedantic, but England does not, the UK does, if you're not English they aren't the same thing
Boris Johnson was born in New York. His family name is Kamal, his grandfather Osman Kamal changed it to seem English and allied himself Wilfred Johnson.
Boris isnt even the name he goes by, he's called Alex to all his family and friends, he invented the boorish Boris character at school because he was getting called "The Turk".
And England does have a prime minister. He's it.
It was his great grandfather, hardly makes you yourself Turkish, both his parents are English
There is only one position of Prime Minister in the UK and it is of the UK, anything referring to 'English Prime Ministers' is a misnomer, nothing official. It's just as accurate to say he was PM of London. it's the same way England doesn't itself have it's own separate national anthem like the other constituent countries
Shouldn't it be windmadam
I thought her name was Queen... those bastards lied to me
It's clearly Elizabeth. First name queen last name Elizabeth
that is the name of some members of the royal family, but not the queen i don’t think…
Only prince Philip had this surname.
what Mountbatten-Windsor? No there are now more royals with this surname. I know of a family…
Nope, their children are called Mountabatten-Windsor, Windsor being the name of Elizabeth II. and Mountbatten being he one of her husband.
Mountbatten comes from her husband I believe
Windsor (when’s your) balls entering my mouth. Gottem
Queen Elizabeth Bonaparte
Technically Regina as in her seal ER
Windsor, which is a cadet branch of [Saxe-Coburg and Gotha](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Saxe-Coburg_and_Gotha). They split off because of World War 1.
Don't forget that the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha is itself a cadet branch of the [House of Wettin](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Wettin)
Wich is a cadet branch of...
Prince philips actual family name Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
but he adopted his mother maiden name of Von Battenberg, styled as "Mountbatten" during WWI to seem less German.
So the queen's name is Betty Battenberg.
I think she kept her name as Windsor (and her kids got her last name too) since she's the monarch
The Queens descendents have the name Mountbatten-Windsor, there was a discussion between her and Philip about the children taking the paternal name or the house name so the Queen merged them.
Are there no Brits around to answer this?
The name she took when she got married was Mountbatten-Windsor.
Caused a big argument with Philip and with her mom or somebody.
She didn't take that name, her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor but Prince William has Mountbatten-Windsor as his surname
the article i read earlier was full of internal contradictions, so i'll take your word for it.
that's what i get for trusting in the journalistic standards of good housekeeping magazine.
But previous monarchs *weren't* Windsor before WWI. Its a lie.
She didn't take his name when she married him. She's considered superior in that marriage.
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Windsor. She didn't change it to Mountbatten when she married.
Isn't it Mountbatten-Windsor? I thought they combined surnames.
It's Windsor, the Queen and her children are of the Windsor family and they kept it as such until 1960. After that point, her descendants has the surname Mountbatten-Windsor.
As in Windsor knot?
As in Windsor castle
As in Windsor chair
As in Windsor Town
As in Windsor, the royal family
Best answer yet
Queen Elizabeth Eternal
no, this was before ww1, if you want to sound smart then be smart
You might be in danger of taking r/memes too seriously.
It’s “ the second “ come on guys
you cant be serious....?? obviously 'queen' is her first name and 'elizabeth' is her last name
I think it’s one word, queenelizabeth
no you idiots. Eliza is her first name and Beth is her last name. It's not Elizabeth. Its Eliza Beth.
Interesting that no one yet has mentioned her other last name. This question is a touch more complicated than for most people.
In the traditional sense of a ‘surname’ and in a legal sense, her last name is, as many others have mentioned ‘Windsor’ as she did not take her husband’s surname when they got married.
But Elizabeth Windsor is someone very few people have met. In her official capacity she has a different name: Elizabeth Regina
This is her name as Queen and so it sort of represents the ‘entity’ of the crown rather than the person wearing it.
This is why the royal cypher is ER or EIIR (Elizabeth II Regina) and she always signs letters with “Elizabeth R” rather than “Elizabeth W”.
So in terms of the Queen that you see on TV, or hear on the radio etc. I think Regina is more her surname than Windsor.
Isn't Regina just Latin for Reigns?
It's Latin for Queen
If it's Latin, does that mean it rhymes with vagina?
>nal sense of a ‘surname’ and in a legal sense, her last name is, as many others have mentioned ‘Windsor’ as she did not take her husband’s surname when they got married.
>But Elizabeth Windsor is someone very few people have met. In her official capacity she has a different name: Elizabeth Regina This is her name as Queen and so it sort of represents the ‘entity’ of the crown rather than the person wearing it. This is why the royal cypher is ER or EIIR (Elizabeth II Regina) and she always signs letters with “Elizabeth R” rather than “Elizabeth W”.
It's pronounced RegEEna not RegYna. I rate your comment 69 out of 420.
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First name: Queen,
Last name: Elizabeth
What if people legit asked this, only to find out the Queen's last name was like "McLovin" or some stupid shit lol
The royal family had no surname until 1917, when the royal family gave themselves a British sounding name (Windsor) to seem less German
Windsor. They changed it during the first world war to sound less German. Before that, it was Saxe-Coburg.
I wonder if she would use the long or short form in her Tinder profile?
Its windsor. I only know that because i searched it up and now life is confusing
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serious answer: Windsor
nonserious answer: Second
i thought it was 'of england'
Why do people not use ‘s anymore
Elizabeth. First name queen.
it's II dumbass
Ah yes, thank you
Windsor…do people really not know this? There’s a whole ass castle with her name on it
I’d like to see this Ass Castle you speak of
Not just an ass castle, a whole ass.
Was it called the Saxe-Coburg Gotha Castle before?
Queen Elizabeth: "I have been dubbed many names by many people, a ruler, a CONQUEROR, She who remains, a jerk."
Americans not knowing the queens last name is just disappointing
lmao... um no, that's a proud moment
Dumbass, her first name is queen, her last name is Elizabeth
If I were to guess, I’d say Windsor.
They came up with "Windsor" because it was felt their actual family name was too revealing of their German origins after the World War.
It's Alexandra. Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor
Well I would now what it is if it would be done loading already
Update: de Reddit dude is dead :(
y'all in the comments have got to stop with this "windsor" bullshit. come on people, we all know that's just an urban legend. "bUt tHeRe'S a CaStLe cAlLed wInDsOR" yeah well that seems a little too convenient, don't ya think?
of Saxe-Coburg Gotha.
Yes, that's her family name. She's "Elizabeth of Saxe-Coburg Gotha"
The queen doesn’t have a last name, unless she needs it , in which case it’s windsor
Queen Elizabeth Alexandria Mary Windsor II
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary
That was a joke
What is amber heards last name
windsor. just bloody windsor
Anything she wants it to be. Ma'am
Used to be Mountbatten Windsor now just Windsor.
Its actually "II" one each for every universe's birth and death she has witnessed. We are the third one.