From The Queen to Her Majesty - we all tend to refer to the royal family's matriarch as everything but her own name, and so do her family.
Whilst her full title is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we rarely see the 95 year old's actual real name used at all, despite its lovely meaning.
Born in 1926, the senior royal's birth certificate listed her full name as Elizabeth Alexandra Mary. It's no secret that her first name is Elizabeth, as it's used frequently when referring to her full title, but it's the rest of her name that's rarely used.
Elizabeth was chosen as her first name in tribute to her own mum, the Queen Mother, who shared the same moniker. However, it's not just her first name that has a further meaning, as her middle names are.Read more on ok.co.uk