The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II is the intentional event throughout the world. 2012 marks her 60th anniversary for her sitting on the thrones of seven countries after the death of her father in 1952.
Queen Elizabeth the II became queen at the age of 25 and is the daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. She is also married to Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Buckingham Palace is the main home of our Queen today. This is not only the home of the Queen and Prince Phillip but also the residence for the Duke of York (Prince Andrew), and the Earl and Countess of Wessex (Prince Edward and his Wife) and their daughter.
The crown jewels are part of the royal collection and are displayed to thousands of visitors every year. At the heart of this the jewels symbolize our kings and queens past and present.
The crown of Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
On the display there are many valuables such as the Queen Mother’s Crown (picture above), orbs, rings, swords and robes.
So if you are interested in your history and this sort of treasury, it is well worth a visit to the Tower of London.
Most likely we all have something precious to us in our homes probably not on as bigger scale as the crown jewels but you still need to keep them safe and secure.
Okay so we don’t need lots of guards protecting a few valuables but, what you can do is get yourself a top of the range Safe, this will surely do it’s job and put all your worries to rest.