"It is sort of a pageant of chivalry and old-fashioned way of doing things really".
She jokingly states you can not look down when wearing the Imperial State Crown, which weighs 2lbs 13oz (1.28kgs), as your neck would "break".
"So you pose a comment that the Queen then responds to and if there's the chance to very gently to take the comment that the Queen has made forward, then conversationally you can do that". Queen Elizabeth admitted that, actually, the crown is heavy enough to probably break her neck.
A new BBC documentary reveals the Crown Jewels were hidden in a cookie tin at Windsor Castle during World War II to protect them from the Nazis - and that Queen Elizabeth II, who was a teenager at the time, didn't know they were being kept there. Although it was known the jewels had been taken to the castle 20 miles (32 kilometers) west of London for safekeeping, details had not been widely discussed.
North Carolina woman killed her children, died jumping onto highway
Officers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department responded on Saturday night to a home on Sebastiani Drive around 6 p.m. The father of the children has been located and is not being considered as a suspicious person pertaining to the case.
In a rare interview, the Queen herself seems to marvel at seeing the imperial crown she wore at the time, recalling how heavy it was.
'I think like father, like daughter, this sense of how utterly important the crown jewels are to the country is very much felt by Elizabeth II'.
She spoke candidly and with humour about the experience of her own coronation and the symbolic importance of artefacts associated with the sovereign in the one-hour programme.
Meanwhile, the Smithsonian Channel is airing a special to mark the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's coronation.
Woman dies after large fire on casino boat
Culbreath was able to take some photos, but said he didn't know the well-being of the other passengers. About a dozen passengers were hospitalized for smoke inhalation, chest pains or minor injuries.
"They were meant to be Queen Elizabeth's earrings", she said, joking, "They don't look very happy now". As it turns out, the bride-to-be has already tried one on for size, thanks to her reign as Homecoming Queen in high school.
When Mr Bruce remarks that it is like a ballet, with everyone knowing where to move, the Queen responds "well they jolly well ought to" after all the rehearsals.
"Alastair Bruce also became a recognised royal correspondent and expert on the Coronation and the royal family".
The Coronation aired on Sunday night, delving into the history of Britain's monarchy and revealing a decidedly relaxed and fun side of the Queen.
Airbus might have to 'shut down' A380 superjumbo production
Airbus confirmed it plans as part of any possible Emirates deal to reduce A380 output to six aircraft a year from 15 last year. Workers arrive at the Airbus factory in Hamburg, Germany, where the A320 series of passenger planes are assembled.