After the demise of her father — King George IV — on February 6, 1952, Queen Elizabeth II succeeded her father and became a queen at the age of 25. On July 18 of this year, her reign will now reach 68 years, 5 months, and 12 days — which is 25000 days in total

Queen Elizabeth is going to guarantee another notable historic record: 25,000 days as sovereign.

Source: PHOTO by Toby Melville – WPA Pool/Getty Images. Description reads: WINDSOR, ENGLAND – JUNE 13: Queen Elizabeth II attends a ceremony to mark her official birthday at Windsor Castle on June 13, 2020 in Windsor, England. The Queen celebrates her 94th birthday this year, in line with Government advice, it was agreed that The Queen’s Birthday Parade, also known as Trooping the Colour, would not go ahead in its traditional form. (Photo by Toby Melville – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

The record-breaking regal — as of now the longest-supreme ruler in British history — will arrive at the imprint on Saturday, July 18 — 68 years, five months and 12 days after she prevailing to the seat following the sudden passing of her dearest father, King George VI.

In regularly downplayed style, the 94-year-old Queen will be “going through the day secretly,” a Buckingham Palace representative affirmed to PEOPLE.

Elizabeth was only 25 years of age when she got updates on her dad’s passing at the remote Treetops camp in the lower regions of Mount Kenya on Feb. 6, 1952.

Source: PHOTO by OFF/AFP/Getty Images. Description reads: Queen Elizabeth II of England gets off plane, greeted by (from R to L) Sir Winston Churchill, Clement Attlee, Anthony Eden and Frederick James Marquis, 1st Earl of Woolton and Lord President of the Council, 08 February 1952, as she returns from Kenya. Queen Elizabeth II was proclaimed Sovereign of each of the Commonwealth Realms on 06 February 1952, after the death of her father King George VI in the night between 05 February and 06 February 1952. Princess Elizabeth heard the news of her father’s death while staying at Treetops, a Game Lodge, in Kenya. (Photo credit should read OFF/AFP/Getty Images)

She was authoritatively crowned the next year on June 2, 1953, at Westminster Abbey, London, and has sat on the British seat from that point forward, passing the life span record in 2015 recently set by her extraordinary distant grandma Queen Victoria.

“It is not one to which I have ever yearned,” Elizabeth said about asserting the record during a discourse in Scotland close by spouse Prince Philip, 99. “A long life can pass by numerous achievements; my own is no special case,” she included.

Source: PHOTO by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images. Description reads: 21st October 1950: Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) holding her daughter Princess Anne at her christening in Buckingham Palace, with the Duke of Edinburgh at her side. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

The Queen’s 25,000-day rule has seen her appreciate four kids, eight grandkids, and eight incredible grandkids. She has likewise met 12 U.S. Presidents, visited over 120 nations, and welcomed 14 diverse British Prime Ministers to shape a legislature.

The first of these, Sir Winston Churchill, kicked the bucket in January 1965 as the Queen moved toward her 5,000-day mark. During that year, Lyndon Johnson held his subsequent initiation, Julie Andrews featured in The Sound of Music and Bob Dylan recorded “Like a Rolling Stone.” It was additionally the time of Selma.

Source: PHOTO by STRINGER/AFP/GETTY. Description reads: Princess Anne, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince Philip, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward in 1965.

The Queen’s 10,000th day — June 24, 1979 — was additionally eclipsed by a tremendous individual misfortune: the death of her husband’s maternal uncle, Lord Mountbatten, on August 27 in Ireland.

That year, the Queen additionally invited Margaret Thatcher, her first female Prime Minister, to Buckingham Palace.

Source: PHOTO from Getty Images. Description reads: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth.

The Queen’s 15,000th day on March 2, 1993, was ambivalent. Despite far-reaching festivities for the 40th commemoration of her crowning ceremony, the imperial year was dominated by the declaration in January that Princess Diana wished to separate from her oldest child and beneficiary, Prince Charles.

Day 20,000 of the Queen’s rule demonstrated to be unremarkable. The Court Circular gives her meeting the warship HMS Lancaster on November 9, 2006.

Source: PHOTO by TIM GRAHAM/GETTY. Description reads: Prince Harry is commissioned as an officer at Sandhurst while his grandmother the Queen looks on.

The year likewise observed Prince Philip make a noteworthy visit to the Republic of Ireland, and Prince Harry graduate as a military official from Sandhurst military foundation.

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