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Queen Elizabeth I by TFfan234 Queen Elizabeth I by TFfan234
Queen Elizabeth I Tudor

Queen Elizabeth I of England, Ireland and Wales "Glorianna", "The Virgin Queen"
Born: Sep 7, 1533
Died: Mar 24, 1603
Reigned: Nov 17, 1558 - Mar 24, 1603
Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Marquess of Pembroke. She had red-gold hair like her paternal grandmother Elizabeth of York, and was reported to have been 5' 10" in height

She was a skilled Musician, was known for swearing and spitting when angry, to calm down she would translate great works. She was an excelliant horse rider and loved dancing and hunting, had the ability to grasp and retain exotic languages, by the time she was 11 years old she could speak 6 languages and is known as an adult to speak 9 languages: English, Welsh, French, Latin, spanish, Classical Greek, Italian, German and Portuges... She could have spoken more I guess but I haven't found any.

She became known as Glorianna and was the greatest ruler in all of English history and turned England into a great Empire and it is quite possible she created the term "Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer." As she kept alot of her enemies in her court as I read somewhere she had said she would rather keep them in plain sight then far away and plotting away.

She never married but had a few loves, one that was her greatest was Robert Dudley.



All credit goes to Doll-Divine and Azalea's Dress Up Doll Tudor Maker.

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KendraKickz0220 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013
I love the gown you created! Did you create the headpiece as well? It's amazing! :)
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TFfan234 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013
Thank you.

Not really the dress and headpiece is based of this pic [link]

But also from a outfit from a Queen Elizabeth I paper doll book I found at a boutique in St. John's Newfoundland. The beading on the bottom of the dress is also shown on the dress in book.
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