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Thursday, 6 June, 2002, 18:11 GMT 19:11 UK
Test your royal knowledge
How well do you know the Royal family?
How well do you know the Royal family?
The Jubilee celebrations are over, and support for the Queen has been huge. But how will the shape of the monarchy change over the next half century? A special BBC One debate - "Our Monarchy: the next 50 years" - asked that question on Wednesday 12 June at 2100 BST.

So how much do you know about the British monarchy? Here's your chance to test your knowledge of the Royal family. Do you know your House of Windsor from your Order of the Garter?

Try our quiz and find out whether you deserve to dine at Buckingham Palace or have your head chopped off at the Tower of London.

Who is seventh in line to the throne?
A: Princess Beatrice (Prince Andrew's eldest daughter)
B: Princess Anne (the Queen's daughter)
C: Prince Edward (the Queen's youngest son)
D: Princess Eugenie (Prince Andrew's youngest daughter)
Which of these is not one of the Queen's royal residencies?
A: Buckingham Palace, London
B: Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh
C: Windsor Castle, Berkshire
D: Caernarfon Castle, Wales
Which member of the royal family gave up a claim to the throne of Greece to marry into the British royal family?
A: Prince Philip (the Queen's husband)
B: Sarah Ferguson (the ex wife of Prince Andrew)
C: Captain Timothy James Laurence (Princess Anne's husband)
D: Sophie Rhys-Jones (Prince Edward's wife)
On what date was Queen Elizabeth II born in 1926?
A: 21 April
B: 23 April
C: 24 April
D: 27 April
How many Godchildren does the Queen have?
A: 20
B: 30
C: 40
D: 50
Who was the last King to be killed in battle?
A: Richard III
B: Henry V
C: Henry IV
D: William I
The Queen has made a Christmas Broadcast to the Commonwealth every year of her reign except one. What year was this?
A: 1959
B: 1969
C: 1979
D: 1989
The Queen becomes the fourth longest serving British monarch on 21 June 2002. Who is Britain's longest serving monarch?
A: Queen Victoria
B: George III
C: Henry III
D: Edward III
What year did the Queen learn to drive?
A: 1945
B: 1946
C: 1947
D: 1948
The Queen introduced a new breed of dog know as the "dorgi" when a corgis was mated with a dachshund. Which of these is not the name of one of the Queen's "dorgi's"?
A: Tinker
B: Pickles
C: Chipper
D: Major
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