Mattel has unveiled a new series of dolls dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. This is reported in the official Barbie Instagram account (owned by Meta, a recognized extremist organization in the Russian Federation).
The doll depicts Queen Elizabeth dressed in a white dress with a blue ribbon decorated with medallions that look like the queen's orders. On the doll's head is a tiara similar to the one the queen wore to her wedding. For 70 years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II became the British monarch who ruled the longest and the first to celebrate the platinum anniversary of the reign. In honor of this significant event, Barbie presents a doll in the image of the queen, dressed in an elegant ivory dress, with a blue ribbon with orders and a crown completing her royal image, the message says.
You can buy a doll in a box, the design of which refers to the interiors of Buckingham Palace. It went on sale the day before, on April 21 — the day of the Queen's 96th birthday.
Elizabeth II celebrated her birthday in a quiet atmosphere and with her family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk. The official celebration in honor of the Queen's birthday will take place in the summer and will be timed to coincide with the celebration of the 70th anniversary of her reign.
Happy birthday to the queen was also congratulated on the royal family's Instagram page (owned by Meta, a recognized extremist organization in the Russian Federation), where two photos were published: a picture of the queen with her beloved ponies at Windsor Palace and a child's photo of Elizabeth II.