Queen Elizabeth II's Guide to Life Book By Karen Dolby - Non Fiction - Hardback
smiled, 'It is not as difficult as it might seem. You see, I don't have to introduce myself.
They all seem to know who I am.
The Queen on fashion: In the late sixties when Mary Quant and the mini-skirt came to epitomize all that was fashionable, Princess Anne suggested her mother might also consider shortening her hemline. The Queen was unequivocal, 'I am not a film star."
President George W. Bush on the Queen: After mixing up his dates and referring to the Queen's visit to the White House in 1776 rather than 1976 for the American Bicentennial, the President later said: 'She gave me a look only a mother could give a child."