How the queen mother of England regained her influence after the king’s death

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Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, better known as the Queen Mother, was the wife of King George VI of England and the mother of the current Queen Elizabeth II.

She was the queen consort of the United Kingdom from 1936 until the death of her husband in 1952 and is one of the most beloved and charismatic members of the British Royal Family in history.

In this second part of the BBC documentary, the role he had since the sudden death of George VI is reviewed, serving as support in the beginnings of his daughter on the throne, as well as in raising his grandchildren.

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