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影片对白 She was
the people's princess and that's how she will... stay, how she will remain... in
our hearts and in our memories... forever.
3. Keep faith with something/someone
意为"to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you
promised to do"，例如：Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in
Keep faith with someone/something 还表示"对某人/某事忠诚"，例如：It is
unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an
4. Over the top
俚语，意为"Extreme, outrageous"，例如：This comedian's style goes over the top.
英国女王伊丽莎白二世 Elizabeth II
Elizabeth II became queen of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 1952. In addition she is head
of the Commonwealth.
Elizabeth was born on 21 April 1926 in London, the first child of Albert,
Duke of York, and his wife, formerly Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. She initially
had little prospect of succeeding to the throne until her uncle, Edward VIII,
abdicated in December 1936. Her father then became George VI and she became
Elizabeth and her younger sister
Margaret were educated at home. On the outbreak of war in 1939, they were
evacuated to Windsor Castle. In 1945, Elizabeth joined the war effort, training
as a driver in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service (WATS). In November
1947, she married a distant cousin, Philip Mountbatten (formerly Prince Philip
of Greece and Denmark), who was created duke of Edinburgh. The couple have four
Elizabeth II and Prince
George VI died on 6 February 1952 while Elizabeth and Philip were in Kenya.
She returned home immediately, and was crowned at Westminster Abbey in June
1953. For more than 50 years, during a period of great change in Britain, the
queen has carried out her political duties as head of state, the ceremonial
responsibilities of the sovereign and a large annual programme of visits in the
United Kingdom as well as numerous foreign tours.
Despite the controversies and scandals surrounding her children and other
members of the royal family, she remains a respected head of state. In 2002,
Elizabeth celebrated her golden jubilee (50 years on the throne) and in 2006 her