|Elizabeth I of Oceania|
|Elizabeth in 2004|
|Her Majesty the Empress of Oceania|
|Reign|| 6 February 1952-present|
|Coronation||2 June 1953|
|Consort||Prince Philip, Duke of Melbourne|
|Elizabeth Alexandra Mary|
|House||House of Windsor|
|Born|| 21 April, 1926 |
|Religion||Church of Australia|
Elizabeth I (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, born 21 April 1926) is the Empress of Oceania.
Elizabeth was educated privately at home. Her father, George II, became Emperor of Oceania in 1936. She began to undertake public duties during her fathers term, in which she served in the Oceanian Armed forces. In 1947, Elizabeth made the first of many tours around the world, and married Prince Philip, Duke of Canberra. They have four children: Charles, Prince of Australia, Anne, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, Duke of New Zealand, and Prince Edward, Earl of Darwin.
As of 2012, she is the only Oceanian monarch to have been born in Oceania and not in England prior to the English Revolution.