...Even the little bit of details here right now are wrong. She never got to New Britain. Really, the concept didn't even exist at that point. She died on the Isle of Wight. Lordganon (talk) 18:10, August 29, 2012 (UTC)

I believe that wasn't the secret plan set out by the British Government. Britannia was bought for the Queen with the public believing it was a yacht to bond the Commonwealth and also for her to holiday on. But it had a motive, it was her safe house during any attacks on Britain. The Queen is the only person to appoint a head of Government and if attacked she would stay at sea on her boat. Yet, she would not have gone to the Isle of Wight immediately, she would have stayed at sea for a few weeks as there was more then enough supplies.

So basically, she would have been out at sea. Also, I don't think she would have died of radiation poisoning as she contracted no major diseases in that time period and had no problem with her kidney's.

Also, not relating to this article, but what happened to Prince Charles, Princess Diana and the baby Prince William. Did they die and how? Technically Prince Charles and then Prince William should be Kings of New Britain, not Prince Andrew/King Andrew. 12:54, January 9, 2013 (UTC)

...That was the plan as of 1965, true. Not that we have any proof past that date, or anyone from the government having ever said that.

And, pray tell, in what dimension could that have been put to use with a surprise attack? It could not have. We don't even know where the yacht was kept. And even if we did, and she could have gotten to it, she sure wouldn't have gone to that area. That would have been more dangerous than staying put. Nor would there have been a ton of supplies on board - why would there have been, when they weren't prepared for a surprise voyage? There wouldn't have.

She did not go there immediately. Nor would she have been at sea. She went, with the surviving government, to the island. Maybe even say it happens in the yacht. Either way, she didn't get out of blast range by much - hence her, and Phillip, dying.

Charles and his family were at their home, in London. They are gone.

Lordganon (talk) 13:41, January 9, 2013 (UTC)

Queen Elizabeth II Adoption

Hello, Just to let you all know, if it's ok, i'd like to adopt this page - if anyone has any suggestions or help, please do say Bryce3 (talk) 15:03, October 31, 2015 (UTC)

I've added some more parts to this article, a lot from others, some inferred. I appreciate I haven't really checked over this, so if anyone has some changes or rephrases, please suggest her for the former, and go ahead with the latter. Bryce3 (talk) 23:43, October 31, 2015 (UTC)

...Use an infobox. Lordganon (talk) 00:18, November 1, 2015 (UTC)

Ok - I couldn't work out how to at first, but i'll add one in a minute, unless anyone else wants to. Apart from that, what do you think of it so far? I need to find a date on when she passed awayBryce3 (talk) 12:32, November 1, 2015 (UTC)

Not what I meant - use the template for it. Lordganon (talk) 14:11, December 3, 2015 (UTC)

Original 'info-box' table

Just while I change the table into an info-box, im puting the info here

Elizabeth II
Queen of the United Kingdom and British Commonwealth

In office:
1952 - 1984

(from Doomsday de facto only of Southern England)
Preceded by: George VI
Succeded by:

Andrew I (as King of New Britain, and assumed head of the British Monarchy)

Various other monarchs, as claimants to parts of Britain and the Commonwealth

Lived: 21 April 1926 - 1983
Spouse: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
  • Charles, Prince of Wales (presumed dead)
  • Anne, Princess Royal (later Queen of Cleveland )
  • Andrew , Duke of York (later King of New Britain )
  • Edward, Earl of Wessex)
House: Windsor

Church of England

Church of  Scotland

May I have permission to add the portrait of Queen Elizabeth? Gillan1220 (talk) 04:10, 18 March 2021 (UTC)
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