1. Her Coronation in 1953
When someone from the British monarchy is crowned, the whole world watches and celebrates. In Queen Elizabeth II's case, there were at least 10.4 million watchers across the nation and 8, 251 who personally attended the ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
During her investiture, the Queen wore a custom-made Colombium Sindonis (a white sleeveless linen shift), and a robe of gold called Dalmatic or Supertunica.