Crown made Queen fear for neck

Crown made Queen fear for neck

Crown made Queen fear for neck

She explained she chose to play dress up and mimic the daily routine of the queen to celebrate the second season of the Netflix hit, The Crown, which premiered last month.

Here is the Queen watching archive footage of the momentous day and revealing the sense of history, and humour, that has characterised her reign.

The show explores the role and symbolic meaning of the Crown Jewels to mark the 65th anniversary of her coronation. Talk about the under-statement of these times.

Queen Elizabeth II poses on her Coronation day
Queen Elizabeth II on her Coronation day in 1953

Now a One programme about the crown jewels and the Queen's coronation will reveal how the historic artefacts were hidden in a deep hole following orders from King George VI.

In the upcoming BBC documentary The Coronation (Jan. 14, BBC One), Her Majesty, 91, gave a rare insight into her life as head of state.

The 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

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"Because if you did, your neck would break and it would fall off". Chatting with BBC royal commentator Alastair Bruce, she explained: "You can't look down to read the speech, you have to take the speech up".

Bruce told reporters at a press screening of the documentary that the Queen seemed very at ease with the Crown Jewels, even grabbing a table the crown was resting and dragging it closer.

"So there are some disadvantages to crowns, but otherwise they're quite important things", Elizabeth added. "It's only sprung on leather".

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"Horrible", she said of the ride in the four-tonne carriage from Buckingham Palace to the abbey where English monarchs have been crowned since 1066. Not very comfortable. It can only go at walking pace. "Bit rash, but that was the sort of thing they did, I suppose, in those days". "I've seen one coronation and been the recipient in the other, which is pretty remarkable". It was not only too big for the Queen, but also much too heavy along with the rest of the regalia, which is why she wisely practiced wearing it ahead of time by donning it while going about her ordinary day, such as while reading the newspaper or taking her tea.

The story of how the service, which lasted nearly three hours, was briefly brought to a standstill has emerged in The Coronation, to be broadcast on BBC One on Sunday.

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