Her Majesty the Queen has topped Vogue’s list of Britain’s 25 Most Influential Women. At 96 – and as we celebrate her platinum jubilee, 70 years on the throne, this latest honor is a testament to the Queen’s enduring legacy as she joins a list full of rising designers, sports stars and entrepreneurs Huh. ,
The world may have changed a lot since Her Majesty first took the throne 70 years ago, but Her Majesty has proved that she is still as inspirational, influential and relevant as ever.
The fashion bible, Vogue, has included her as one of Britain’s top 25 most influential women, among the likes of up-and-coming fashion designers, musicians and artists.
Earning its spot on the list, the tribute read, “In June, the nation—and the world—came together to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, which marked an unprecedented 70 years on the throne, a feat no other British monarch.” haven’t achieved.”
Touching on how the Queen’s popularity has taken many storms, the magazine continues, “During a uniquely turbulent period for the Royal Family, the breadth and depth of the celebrations have contributed to the Queen’s enduring and undeniable popularity at home and abroad. Both had a testament.”
Her Majesty’s powerful praise ends by writing, “The truly unique, as we tentatively begin to look to the future, is a certain certainty: there will never be a Queen or King as honored as our reigning King. “
Other names identified by the magazine include Baroness Valerie Amos, who this year became the first Black Knight or female partner, the late Deborah James, and 19-year-old tennis protégé Emma Radukanu.
Dame Emma Thompson — fresh from her recent sex-positive film, Challenging Approaches to Older Women and Sex — also makes the list.
Vogue’s 25 Most Influential Women Complete
- Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
- Victoria Beckham
- Pinkpantheres (singer-songwriter)
- Baroness Amos (politician)
- Sharon Chutter (Founder of Uma Beauty)
- jodi comer
- Carla Denier (politician)
- Sharon Graham (Union Secretary General)
- Nancy Dojaka (fashion designer)
- Mariella Frostrup (broadcaster)
- Sue Gray (civil servant)
- Dame Deborah James (cancer campaigner)
- Florence Knight (chef)
- Leena Nair (CEO of the channel)
- Donna Oakenden (midwife)
- Zebina Yasmin Islam (Preacher)
- Sonia Boyce (artist)
- Emma Radukanu
- Sophia Smith Galer (journalist)
- Gemma Tad (head of fashion, eBay UK)
- Emma Thompson
- Kishani Widyaratna (publisher)
- Alex Mahone (CEO, Channel 4)
- Olia Hercules (chef and publicist)