Queen celebrates her 91st birthday privately

The monarch’s sons and daughter have apparently gay a stately mama over a years with domicile equipment such as a washing-up apron and a stew dish, while a Duchess of Cambridge once presented her with some handcrafted chutney.

The Duke of York bought a Queen her initial mobile phone many years ago, while former US boss Barack Obama once gave her an iPod.

As Elizabeth II outlines her birthday, here are some of her favourite presents over a decades:

Peggy a Pony

Princess Elizabeth’s initial equine – a Shetland hack called Peggy – was a present from her grandfather, King George V, when she was 4 years old.

She started roving lessons when she was three-and-a-half, and when she was 5 her mom led her on Peggy to a accommodate of a Pytchley Hounds during Boughton Cover.

Peggy desirous a Queen’s lifelong adore of horses. The Queen still rides and is a equine racing and tact expert.

Queen Elizabeth II with a Duke of York on her Shetland pony, Peggy in 1930

Queen Elizabeth II with a Duke of York on her Shetland pony, Peggy in 1930

Queen Elizabeth II with a Duke of York on her Shetland pony, Peggy in 1930

Susan a Corgi

Eighteen-year-old Elizabeth was anxious to be given her initial Pembroke Welsh corgi – that she named Susan – by her relatives for her birthday.

Synonymous with a breed, a Queen has owned some-more than 30 during her power and many were descended from Susan.

The Queen’s initial corgi was rather prejudiced to going for servants’ legs and once bit a stately clockwinder on a ankle – though Susan was so desired by a Princess that she even accompanied her on her honeymoon in 1947.

The Queen now has usually one corgi left, Willow, as good as Candy and Vulcan – dual dorgis – a cranky between a corgi and a dachshund.

The Queen is famous for her adore of corgis and has had dozens of a dogs as pets over a years

The Queen is famous for her adore of corgis and has had dozens of a dogs as pets over a years

The Queen is famous for her adore of corgis and has had dozens of a dogs as pets over a years

Big Mouth Billy Bass

The Queen was so amused by Billy Bass a singing fish – a mounted fish that moves and mimes a difference to Take Me To The River or Don’t Worry, Be Happy – that she was apparently given 6 some-more for Balmoral.

She was introduced to a gift, that became renouned in a 2000s, by a Princess Royal – and one apparently stands on tip of a grand piano in a Queen’s Scottish home.

She was also sent a Rocky Lobster, a lifesize singing crustacean that performs Do Wah Diddy Diddy and Rock The Boat, and a Queen is pronounced to sing along to a tunes.

A ventriloquist

Prince Harry gay his grandmother with a special birthday present on her 90th birthday by arranging to perform a brief musical with ventriloquist Nina Conti during a Queen’s party.

Harry had a Royal Family in fits of delight as he acted as Conti’s manikin during a Windsor Castle bash.

Sentimental jewellery

A apartment of turquoise gemstones was given to Princess Elizabeth on her marriage day by her father.

George VI’s present to his eldest daughter in 1947 – 70 years ago – was a festive necklace, dating from 1850 and done of 16 vast form sapphires surrounded with turn diamonds, with a span of relating turquoise and solid dump earrings.

The Queen has combined a tiara and bracelet to a collection, and has ragged a wealth many times. 

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