| 14th Monarch of Wessex
|Reign||27 June 1753 - 16 July 1824|
|Coronation||1 December 1753|
|Issue|| Prince Arthur, Duke of Purbeck
Prince Henry, Earl of Wight
Prince George of Wessex
Princess Margaret, Duchess of Lulworth
|Elizabeth Margaret Dorothy Holden|
|House||House of Holden|
|Father||Henry, Duke of Portland|
|Born|| 2 April 1738 |
Palace of Winchester
|Died|| 16 July 1824 |
|Religion||Church of Wessex|
Elizabeth II, Queen of Wessex from 1753 - 1824, became the 14th monarch of Wessex following the death of her mother, Elizabeth I. She also became the third consecutive Queen regnant to rule over the country after the reigns of her mother and her grandmother.
Elizabeth II is notiable for being the longest reigning monarch in Wessex history, ruling over the country for a total of 71 years, almost six years more than the previous longest reigning monarch, Arthur II.