The queen is a jack of all trades – from horse riding, accent mimicking and a good left hook.
Her Majesty is known to have had quite a close relationship with her younger sister, Princess Margret, but like any siblings growing up, they had their fair share of fights.
It was these fights consisting of “kicking and biting” that helped Queen Elizabeth develop a mean left hook, according to The Sun.
While speaking about new documentary Princess Margaret: Rebel without a Crown, royal expert Victoria Arbiter revealed that the two sisters had their disagreements growing up.
“There’s some lovely archive footage of Elizabeth and Margaret when they were growing up,” she said.
“They’d go at it. Marian Crawford, their governess, said they didn’t hesitate to argue and fight. Elizabeth apparently had a good left hook, whereas Margaret wasn’t shy to bite her sister in return.”
Despite their sibling rivalry, the two sisters “really, at the end of the day . . . had each other’s backs”, she added.
The sisters were then sadly separated as Elizabeth underwent preparation for her future role as the current Queen, Express UK reports.
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