What Is the Current Queen of England's Surname?
Last Updated Mar 25, 2020 5:47:01 AM ET
According to The British Monarchy website, the surname of Queen Elizabeth II of England is Windsor. King George V, Queen Elizabeth's grandfather, officially took this name in 1917 as both his surname and the name of his royal house.
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