Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday evening. The Queen took her last breath at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. After that there was mourning in England. Elizabeth II has taken over the reins of the world’s most famous royal family since the death of her father and Britain’s King George V in 1952.
Queen Elizabeth was the first monarch to rule Britain for such a long time. Let’s say that since 1952 she was the queen not only of Britain, but of more than ten countries. She was well liked and also very kind.
Queen Elizabeth was not only the quintessential monarch, but also a quick strategist, the perfect mother, and the perfect combination of beauty and brains. Queen Elizabeth could learn how to manage her family and career together.
What millennials can learn from Queen Elizabeth’s life
1 work-life balance
Women of the new millennium are learning many things from Queen Elizabeth, one of which is work-life balance. The British throne was handed over in 1952. She was then only 27 years old. He also has four children. During his 70-year tenure, he saw changes in conditions at home and abroad and made many important decisions for England.
Queen Elizabeth is responsible for warm relations between America and Britain. In the midst of all that, he also took care of his family. This is the sign of a successful multitasker.
She married Prince Philip in 1947. She did not become Queen then. Elizabeth has four children, Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward, of whom she has 8 grandchildren. All are experts in their fields. It is difficult for any mother to handle the entire royal court and raise her children at the same time, but Queen Elizabeth II has managed all her relationships well.
3 Compassion and simple nature
During her tenure, Queen Elizabeth saw around 13 British prime ministers. When she met Prime Minister Narendra Modi – the Queen showed her Gandhi’s handkerchief, which she had given him as a wedding gift. There was a simplicity in her nature that she was known for.