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Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II.png
Character Information
Female ♀
Hair: Gray
Formerly: Black
Occupation: Constitutional monarch of the United Kingdom
Relatives: Son: Prince Charles
Daughter: Princess Anne
First appearance: "Kamp Krusty"
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille
Maggie Roswell ("Kamp Krusty")
Eddie Izzard ("To Surveil with Love")

Queen Elizabeth II is the constitutional monarch of the United Kingdom.


Queen Elizabeth II attended a tennis match at Wimbledon. Krusty the Clown was also in attendance and sat in the Royal Box. After Krusty taunted the players and was asked to keep his voice down, he apologized to the Queen. Later, the Queen was about to knight Krusty when an urgent telephone call came for him to address the rebellion that Bart had instigated at Kamp Krusty .[1]

When the Simpson family went to London on holiday, Homer hit her carriage with his rental car. Homer was put on trial for the incident. During the trial, he accused the Queen of being an imposter due to the initials on her luggage saying "H.R.H.", which in his mind stood for "Henrietta R. Hippo" rather than "Her Royal Highness". Outraged, the Queen sentenced Homer to be imprisoned in the Tower of London, executed by decapitation and his head placed on a pike. After Homer's backfired escape attempt led him through a secret passage and into the Queen's bedchamber, she pardoned Homer and allowed him to leave England after apologizing, although under the condition that the Simpson family were to take Madonna with them when they left.[2]

The queen and her son Prince Charles enjoyed watching scenes from Springfield through the surveillance cameras planted around the town. She said that Ralph reminded her of Prince Charles.[3]

Queen Elizabeth II was on the cover of Mama's Boy's Life.[4]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

In real life, Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, 2022, aged 96, having reigned for seventy years, longer than any other British monarch.



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