Hilarious kids share what they think the Queen does every day, with answers ranging from owning a McDonalds to wearing a rainbow

Children around the country will witness history on this holiday as the Queen celebrates 70 years of reign.

But do they know what it is?

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Madison Archer-Davis, three, from Wokingham, Berks, said Her Majesty keeps her crown jewels in the fridge to prevent her staff from finding them
the country's children will witness history on this bank holiday as the Queen celebrates 70 years of reign

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the country’s children will witness history on this bank holiday as the Queen celebrates 70 years of reign

And what do they think Her Majesty is actually doing?

We asked kids across the country about the monarch, and here’s what they said. . .

WHAT IS THE QUEEN’S JOB?

Noah Altay Ayhan, nine, lives in Leicester with mum Amy, 36, an adult learning tutor, and dad Seckin, 40, an events manager.

Noah said: “She lives in a castle, she smiles and visits people. She has to meet the prime minister every week, even if she doesn’t like them.

Nine-year-old Noah Altay Ayhan says:

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Nine-year-old Noah Altay Ayhan says: ‘She has to meet the prime minister every week, even if she doesn’t like them’
Brooke Archer-Davis, four, from Wokingham, Berks, said:

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Brooke Archer-Davis, four, from Wokingham, Berks, said: ‘Her job is to lead people’

Brooke Archer-Davis, four, from Wokingham, Berks, said: “Her job is to lead people.

“She says, ‘Do this, do that,’ because she’s old and she’s sitting on her throne while the workers are doing stuff for her.”

Five-year-old Tommy Clapham lives with his mother Bryony Jordan, 31, a business owner, in Calne, Wilts, and his father Ben Clapham, 34, a technician, in Faringdon, Oxon.

Tommy said, “I just work on computers, like mom.”

Five-year-old Tommy Clapham said the Queen worked on computers, just like his mother

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Five-year-old Tommy Clapham said the Queen worked on computers, just like his mother

WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT THE QUEEN?

Seven-year-old Theo Williams, who lives in Romford, east London, with mum Sarah, 38, and dad Michael, 34, a train conductor, said: ‘She can do whatever she wants, when she wants, and her picture is on all the money.”

Leo Howard, four, from St Neots, Cambs, says: “I love his crown, it’s like a rainbow over his head.”

Seven-year-old Theo Williams loves the Queen because

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Seven-year-old Theo Williams loves the Queen because ‘her picture is all over the money’
Four-year-old Leo Howard says the Queen's crown is like a rainbow over her head

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Four-year-old Leo Howard says the Queen’s crown is like a rainbow over her head

WHAT IS THE QUEEN’S FAVORITE TV SHOW?

Olivia Hallett, six, from Cardiff, said: ‘The news, because she’s old and old people like the news.

Kierra Attridge, nine, lives in Bristol with mum Anupreet, 42, a food writer, and dad Edward, also 42, an aerospace engineer.

Olivia Hallett, here with sisters Sophia and Amelia, said the Queen's favorite TV show was the news

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Olivia Hallett, here with sisters Sophia and Amelia, said the Queen’s favorite TV show was the news
Nine-year-old Kierra Attridge says the Queen loves The Crown

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Nine-year-old Kierra Attridge says the Queen loves The Crown

She said, “I think it’s The Crown, because she’s in it.”

Dur-e-adan Nadeem, eight, from Bromley, south London, says: ‘She likes watching Peppa Pig because I saw her giving Mrs Rabbit a medal in Peppa Pig.’

Eight-year-old Dur-e-adan Nadeem says the Queen loves watching Peppa Pig

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Eight-year-old Dur-e-adan Nadeem says the Queen loves watching Peppa Pig

WHERE DO YOU THINK THE QUEEN KEEPS HER CROWN JEWELS?

Alfie Elkins, nine, from Farnham, Surrey, said: ‘Probably in shop windows, like they do in the Minions movie when they try to steal the crown.

Madison Archer-Davis, three, from Wokingham, Berks, said: ‘In the fridge because maybe her employees like her jewelery and won’t find it in the fridge.’

Nine-year-old Alfie Elkins thinks the Queen keeps her crown jewels in display cases like in the Minions movie

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Nine-year-old Alfie Elkins thinks the Queen keeps her crown jewels in display cases like in the Minions movie

Four-year-old Sophia Hallett from Cardiff (below with her sister Amelia) said: ‘He goes to a good bed to protect him from the bad guys.

WHAT DO YOU THINK THE QUEEN DOES ALL DAY?

Three-year-old Amelia Hallet from Cardiff said: “She’s the boss – she likes to play and then watch PAW Patrol.”

WHERE DO YOU THINK THE QUEEN’S CORGIS SLEEP?

Mason Ford-Stewart, ten, lives in Leicester with mum Sarah, 32, a nurse, and stepfather Tali Sandher, 28, a hospital porter.

Mason said, “Because she’s rich, I think they have their own room with a slide and a ball pit.”

Ten-year-old Mason Ford-Stewart believes the Queen's corgis have their own bedroom with a slide and ball pit

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Ten-year-old Mason Ford-Stewart believes the Queen’s corgis have their own bedroom with a slide and ball pit

Marco Struffolino, six, who lives in Bedford with mum Krystle, 37, a software tester, and Pietro, 47, a sheet metal worker, said: “On the deckchairs.”

Six-year-old Marco Struffolino says dogs sleep on deckchairs

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Six-year-old Marco Struffolino says dogs sleep on deckchairs

HOW OLD DO YOU THINK THE QUEEN IS?

Seven-year-old Neo-Rae Gardener from Bristol said: ‘I think the Queen is 89 because she is old and has more wrinkles than my Nana.

Seven-year-old Neo-Rae Gardener thinks the Queen is 89

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Seven-year-old Neo-Rae Gardener thinks the Queen is 89

HOW BIG IS THE QUEEN’S PALACE?

Theo Smith, six, from Gravesend, Kent, said: “She doesn’t just have one, in fact she has 20.

“They have to fit in the queen and her 30 dogs, so it has to be as wide as the street and as tall as 30 double-decker buses.”

Six-year-old Theo Smith says the Queen has 20 palaces

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Six-year-old Theo Smith says the Queen has 20 palaces
Eight-year-old Deniz Temel says the palace is almost as big as Africa

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Eight-year-old Deniz Temel says the palace is almost as big as Africa

Deniz Temel, eight, from Greenwich, south-east London, says: “Colossal…almost as big as Africa.

HOW WEIGHT DOES HER TIARA WEIGH?

Coco-Isabella Solazzo, nine, lives in Rossendale, Lancs, with her parents Beth, 36, a social media marketing manager, and Danny, 39, a music promoter.

She said, “More than my father, and he weighs a lot.”

Nine-year-old Coco-Isabella Solazzo says Queen's tiara weighs more than her dad

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Nine-year-old Coco-Isabella Solazzo says Queen’s tiara weighs more than her dad
Five-year-old Alice Pountney says the tiara weighs more than her plastic crown

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Five-year-old Alice Pountney says the tiara weighs more than her plastic crown

Alice Pountney, five, lives in Barton-le-Clay, and sleeps with mom Becca, 35, a business consultant.

She said, “I think it weighs more than my plastic crown, but not as much as her.”

WHAT DOES THE QUEEN LIKE TO EAT FOR BREAKFAST?

Faye Upton, seven, from Morley, West Yorks, said: ‘Something McDonald’s, because she owns a McDonald’s.

Molly Coupes, nine, from Sale, Manchester, said: “Cheerios – because she always looks happy.”

Faye Upton, seven, says the Queen owns a McDonald's

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Faye Upton, seven, says the Queen owns a McDonald’s
Nine-year-old Molly Coupes reckons the Queen has Cheerios for breakfast

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Nine-year-old Molly Coupes reckons the Queen has Cheerios for breakfast

WHAT DOES SHE DO ALL DAY?

Taya Oladapo, six, from Trowbridge, Wilts, says: “I think she enjoys playing games and reading all the letters people have sent her.”

Six-year-old Taya Oladapo says the Queen likes to play games all day

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Six-year-old Taya Oladapo says the Queen likes to play games all day

Additional reporting: Alun Palmer

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