Surely you believe Queen Elizabeth II can have doctorates, master’s degrees or careers in prestigious universities, however, it is not like that, although it is difficult to believe, the monarch did not have
She experienced many inconveniences that did not allow her studies to advance.
Everything was due to some war conflicts typical of her time, as well as certain family matters that are unknown to this day. Therefore, in terms of her degree of studies, she managed to attend primary school.
If Queen Elizabeth II did not receive a “queenlike” education from her youth it was her because she was never expected to rule the United Kingdom. Despite this, it could not be ensured that her training at that time was incomplete. The queen’s own authorized biographer emphasizes that the monarch was educated in her home.
Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) helps Princesses Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret in their studies outdoors, 1941 pic.twitter.com/LpDEyTUU8U
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The queen’s teachers were basically her mother and some diplomats of the time who transmitted a lot of style and good taste to her at all times. Until she was seven years old it is safe to say that her education was limited to reading, writing, French, piano and dancing.
Then, the governess Marion Crawford took charge of the education of the young Isabel. After her father came to the throne, she began studying history and constitutional law with Henry Marten, who was the deputy head of Eton College.
Her mother and her grandmother taught her about everyday chores, all about royal etiquette and how to behave. After her coronation, the monarch continued studying languages and taking classes with tutors to perfect herself and be able to exercise her position in the best way.