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Topic: Queen Elizabeth II

Meet the $935 Pen That Turns a Scribble Into a Status Symbol

Why President Obama and Johnny Depp both own Montblanc's Meisterstück

It's not often that a pen finds itself at the very center of an international event, but that's exactly what happened 52 years ago when John F. Kennedy visited Cologne,…

Britain's Royals Bumble Their Way Through Mother's Day in Charming Spot for Body Shop

Treating mom like a queen is never easy

When it comes to celebrating Mother's Day, it turns out the British royal family is just as inept as everyone else.   That, at least, is the joke at the heart…

The 9 Best Responses to the Queen's First Tweet

An accurate reflection of the Twitter experience

Early this morning (for us here in the western Colonies, at least), Queen Elizabeth II made royal waves by posting what's reported to be her first tweet. Delivered from her own…

Queen Places Help-Wanted Ad Seeking Royal Dishwasher

Must have a 'flexible and willing attitude'

I never thought the Queen of England would have to suffer the indignity of placing a help-wanted ad, but apparently the chance to make £14,200 a year washing her dishes…

The Twitter Olympics: 5 Surprises

Number of tweets for first day tops the entire 2008 Beijing Games

Without Twitter, we may never have guessed a cameo by “Mr. Bean” was more popular than Queen Elizabeth herself during the Olympics’ opening ceremonies in London last weekend. But as…

Queen Elizabeth Gets Color-Coded by Pantone and Leo Burnett

A special Diamond Jubilee color wheel

Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee has a little something for everyone, including design geeks. Leo Burnett in London and Pantone worked together to create this nice little Pantone wheel based on…

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