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THE Queen has tragically died today aged 96 after a historic 70-year reign.

Buckingham Palace confermato her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIthe longest-serving Monarch in British historypassed away this afternoon.

Brits around the world are tonight remembering the Queen’s remarkable 70 years on the throne.

From a child playing with her beloved corgis in the garden, to a steadfast figurehead ruling the nation through crisis, here we look at the Queen’s life in pictures


1936: The Princess Elizabeth, invecchiato appena 10, is seen hugging a corgi. The future-Queen grew up surrounded by the breed - and her passion continued to her later years. Her dad King George VI is considered to be the one who began the obsession when he bought his daughter her first pup for her 18th birthday

1936: The Princess Elizabeth, invecchiato appena 10, is seen hugging a corgi. The future-Queen grew up surrounded by the breedand her passion continued to her later years. Her dad King George VI is considered to be the one who began the obsession when he bought his daughter her first pup for her 18th birthdayCredito: Hulton Royals Collection – Getty
1932 -  Little Princess Elizabeth, then just seven, is seen enjoying a carriage ride with her grandparents King George V and Queen Mary after a church service at Crathie in Aberdeenshire, Scozia. The family visited the church while staying at nearby Balmoral

1932 – Little Princess Elizabeth, then just seven, is seen enjoying a carriage ride with her grandparents King George V and Queen Mary after a church service at Crathie in Aberdeenshire, Scozia. The family visited the church while staying at nearby BalmoralCredito: Getty
1945: The young Princess stands proudly in her British Army uniform. The Queen began training as a mechanic in 1945 as the Second World War raged on. Once qualified, she became a second subaltern in the Auxiliary Territorial Service

1945: The young Princess stands proudly in her British Army uniform. The Queen began training as a mechanic in 1945 as the Second World War raged on. Once qualified, she became a second subaltern in the Auxiliary Territorial ServiceCredito: Getty
1947- The Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip became engaged in July. Qui, the future Queen is seen in the state apartments at Buckingham Palace during her engagement

1947- The Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip became engaged in July. Qui, the future Queen is seen in the state apartments at Buckingham Palace during her engagementCredito: Getty
1947 - On her 21st birthday, Princess Elizabeth made a broadcast from the gardens of Government House in Cape Town, Sud Africa. Dentro, she pledged her service to the people of the British Commonwealth

1947 – On her 21st birthday, Princess Elizabeth made a broadcast from the gardens of Government House in Cape Town, Sud Africa. Dentro, she pledged her service to the people of the British CommonwealthCredito: Getty
1947- Quell'anno, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip were married. The couple are seen on their wedding day

1947- Quell'anno, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip were married. The couple are seen on their wedding dayCredito: � Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS
1947 - The Queen and Philip enjoyed a honeymoon in Malta - where he was stationed with the royal navy. The couple enjoyed many happy times in the country

1947 – The Queen and Philip enjoyed a honeymoon in Maltawhere he was stationed with the royal navy. The couple enjoyed many happy times in the countryCredito: Getty
1952 - While on a royal tour of Kenya, Philip delicately told her that her father, e mentre spesso ci concentriamo su tutto ciò che è cambiato negli anni successivi, è morto. The devastating news meant the Princess Elizabeth was now the Queen. She is seen here at her coronation

1952 – While on a royal tour of Kenya, Philip delicately told her that her father, e mentre spesso ci concentriamo su tutto ciò che è cambiato negli anni successivi, è morto. The devastating news meant the Princess Elizabeth was now the Queen. She is seen here at her coronation
1952 - The new Queen greeted jubilant crowds on her balcony with a young Prince Charles - now King Charles - and Princess Anne

1952 – The new Queen greeted jubilant crowds on her balcony with a young Prince Charlesnow King Charlesand Princess AnneCredito: Getty
1952 - The Queen's beloved dogs featured heavily in pictures throughout the years. Qui, she is seen at Balmoral Castle in Scotland - where she died today

1952 – The Queen’s beloved dogs featured heavily in pictures throughout the years. Qui, she is seen at Balmoral Castle in Scotlandwhere she died todayCredito: Corbis – Getty
1963 - The Queen and her much-loved 'strength and stay' Prince Philip were caught giggling together during a visit to Wales

1963 – The Queen and her much-loved ‘strength and stayPrince Philip were caught giggling together during a visit to WalesCredito: Getty – Collaboratore
1972 - The Queen and Prince Philip visited a farm on the Balmoral Estate in Scotland

1972 – The Queen and Prince Philip visited a farm on the Balmoral Estate in ScotlandCredito: Getty
1977 - The Queen beams at a Royal Gala performance at Covent Garden marking her Silver Jubilee celebrations. The Queen had served 70 years on the throne before she died

1977 – The Queen beams at a Royal Gala performance at Covent Garden marking her Silver Jubilee celebrations. The Queen had served 70 years on the throne before she diedCredito: Getty – Collaboratore
1977 - The Queen is seen accepting a posy of flowers from a well-wisher during her walkabout in London following a Silver Jubilee thanksgiving

1977 – The Queen is seen accepting a posy of flowers from a well-wisher during her walkabout in London following a Silver Jubilee thanksgivingCredito: PAPÀ:Associazione della stampa
1977 - The Queen is seen accepting flowers from a young girl while on a tour in Barbados

1977 – The Queen is seen accepting flowers from a young girl while on a tour in BarbadosCredito: Getty
1986 - The Queen and her beloved husband Prince Phillip The Duke of Edinburgh travelled the world together throughout their long and happy marriage. Here they are seen on the Great Wall of China during a royal visit

1986 – The Queen and her beloved husband Prince Phillip The Duke of Edinburgh travelled the world together throughout their long and happy marriage. Here they are seen on the Great Wall of China during a royal visitCredito: Getty – Collaboratore
1984 - The Queen's family continued to grow as the years went on. Qui, la regina, The Queen Mother, Principe Carlo, Princess Diana and the young Princes Harry and William are seen in a portrait marking Harry's christening

1984 – The Queen’s family continued to grow as the years went on. Qui, la regina, The Queen Mother, Principe Carlo, Princess Diana and the young Princes Harry and William are seen in a portrait marking Harry’s christeningCredito: PAPÀ:Associazione della stampa
1993 - The Queen enjoyed the Epsom Derby in 1993 with the Queen Mother and Prince Charles in 1993. Her love of horses endured throughout her reign

1993 – The Queen enjoyed the Epsom Derby in 1993 with the Queen Mother and Prince Charles in 1993. Her love of horses endured throughout her reignCredito: Getty
2017 - The Queen and Prince Philip fed bananas to Donna - a seven-year-old Asian elephant - while on a trip to Whipsnade Zoo in Dunstable

2017 – The Queen and Prince Philip fed bananas to Donnaa seven-year-old Asian elephantwhile on a trip to Whipsnade Zoo in DunstableCredito: Getty