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12 Queen Elizabeth Facial Expressions Every Grandma Can Relate To


Being a grandma isn’t always easy, but it definitely has its perks. Queen Elizabeth is no stranger to this, and judging by her many facial expressions, we’re willing to bet that she has a lot more in common with most grandmas than we realized!

For one thing, when you’re the grandma, you get to sit back, relax, and watch your own kids be the responsible parents for a change. We bet any grandma, no matter how well-respected, well-known, and well-to-do she happens to be, gets quite a bit of satisfaction from this. No more watching the little ones’ every move; all you have to do is enjoy the moves you get to see. Queen Elizabeth surely can’t be that much different in that respect, right? Good thing she doesn’t have to tell us that; her facial expressions truly tell the whole story!

Another big plus is that whenever your babysitting duties are over, you get the chance to hand over the little ones to their rightful parents for the less pleasant parts of taking care of them. Is there anyone among us who misses changing diapers or potty training? Yeah, neither do we. We can only imagine what other things Queen Elizabeth would rather be doing in her spare time away from royal duties. Again, it’s a good thing her facial expressions say it all!

It couldn’t be clearer that Queen Elizabeth takes her job as a grandma very seriously though. And if anyone dares to cross one of her precious grandchildren, we shudder to think of what might happen to them afterward! The deep love and devotion to them is evident in her facial expressions, and we’re loving every single moment of them. We’re also nodding along, saying, “Me too!”

Click through the gallery to see Queen Elizabeth’s funniest expressions that every grandma will relate to!

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