# Gaelic (Irish)
# Greek (Modern) # Polish. -Short of actually asking Her Majesty, i have serious doubts about this list. A big issue is the fact that there is no such thing as "swiss". Im also very much aware of the fact that she does NOT speak spanish. When she visited Spain (my country) in 1982, i was lucky enough to be introduced and overheard her speaking to our King in english. Lastly, she doesnt speak greek. Philip speaks Greek, I have heard it (who IS greek).
According to the link below, William the Conqueror died on September 9, 1087, from complications of a wound he received in a siege on the town of Mantes.
Answer Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London on 21st April 1926.
Of course Queen Elizabeth I sat on the throne, as shown in many portraits. Elizabeth took the throne - literally - during her coronation process. She also sat on the throne during ceremonial occasions and when special visitors called upon her. The throne was lavishly decorated and a symbol of her status and power.