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She's the Queen . She can sleep in it if she likes. Tiaras are generally worn for social events at her home, as opposed to wearing the Royal Crown for more official functions.

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in the bathroom of Buckingham Palace because she said she loved the smell of royal poo.

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the queen wear's her crown every time there is a special event, a parade, if anybody from the royal family came to see her.

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On your head.

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Why does the queen wear a crown?

it is worn as an emblem of sovereignty, of royalty and of dignity. It represents the governing power of a monarchical state. The queen is head of that state


Who was the first king to wear the double crown?

Menes


How being female did elizabeth become queen?

Elizabeth I of England became Queen when both her brother Phillip and her half sister Mary died and she received the crown.


Why do kings and queens wear crowns?

To signify that they are the 'Head of State', (a kingdom); NOT a republic. In the U.K. King Charles, wears the crown on very formal occasions only, such as the annual state opening of parliament. The lords of the UK , the aristocracy, wear little crowns at the same event. These little crowns are called coronets. The king on acceding to the throne has to wait until his coronation (crowning ceremony), where upon the Archbishop of Canterbury places the crown on the King's head. He does NOT do it for himself. This is to signify that the Archbishop and everybody else in the country acknowledges that the King is the Crowned King. The Queen , who is his wife, is also his legal consort, and so also has a smaller crown placed on here head. The late Queen Elizabeth(II) was Queen Regnant , not consort, so she wore the crown rather than here husband , who was Prince Consort. In terms of protocol in the UK. The king is the First Person, The Archbishops of Canterbury is the Second Person, and the Lord Chancellor is the Third Person in the country. The Queen Consort is not is this 'pecking order', nor any members of the Royal Family, nor the Prime Minister. The crown is a very heavy 'hat' about 2 kilograms ( 4 pounds weight), and because of this it is not worn very often , nor for very long periods of time. The late Queen in her latter years did not wear the crown , because of its weight, so it was placed on a cushion alongside here. Crowns have been worn for over two thousand (2000) years. The Caesars of the Roman Empire wore a crown of Laurel leaves, which you can see in pictures of that period. Modern Kings and Queens, of different countries around the world have crowns to wear too, e,g, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Spain. In different parts of the world, it takes the form of a different shaped 'hat', but invariably there are many jewels in its construction.


Why did elizabeth the first have no children?

Because she never married. It is said that she had a child with Robert Dudley, Earl of Leceister but he would be illegitimate and couldn't have taken the crown anyway.

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What a queen Wear on her head?

A crown.


Did Queen Isabella wear a crown?

no


Why Cleopatra wore the uraeus?

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What do princesses wear on their head?

Princesses wear a tiara on their heads when they become queen they will wear a crown.


Why does the queen wear a stolen jewel in her crown?

beause she is a thief.


Why did queen Victoria wear a small crown?

Well she refused to wear the Imperial state crown because it was too heavy and so she requested for a small crown to be made


What did queen Esther wear?

Queen esther wore very rich clothes and alsoa crown.


Did Helen Mirren wear the actual crown jewels in the movie The Queen?

No, she did not.


Did queen Elizabeth 1 wear her crown all the time?

only sometimes.


Who would wear a medieval crown?

In medieval times, a queen, king, prince, or princess would wear a crown. In current times, an actor playing one of these parts in a medieval re-enactment may wear a medieval styled crown.


Does Queen Elizabeth II wear her crown all the time?

NO only when something important is going on that requires her to wear it


Who was the last person to wear the british crown jewels?

The present Queen Elizabeth II