The Simpsons to Game of Thrones: 10 Ways Queen Elizabeth II Blazed a Pop Culture Trail

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The world lost so much more than a Queen  they lost an  icon.

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From movies to tv shows, from comic books to the Wizarding World of Hogwarts, authors, filmmakers, songwriters, and many other artists, included the Queen in their stories and pieces.

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Here is a list of the top 10 times the world loved the Queen so much, society made her a part of pop culture.

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1. Saying No to the Iron Throne In 2014, amidst the heyday of the well-known show, the Queen visited the Westeros set in Belfast, Ireland, along with Prince Philip. She said “no” to sitting on the Iron Throne

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2. D’Oh, Homer Hit the Queen Homer accused her Majesty of being an imposter because he thought the initials on her baggage, “H.R.H.,” stood for Henrietta R. Hippo

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3. Hogwarts Didn’t Forget About the Queen The Daily Prophet, the wizarding world’s newspaper, reported on the 1991 event - an unknown witch or wizard transformed the Queen’s precious corgi into a hamster

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4. Became a Bond Girl During the 2012 Summer Olympics opening, the special agent playing actor and the Queen met at the palace before simultaneously parachuting into the Olympic stadium in London

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5. The Royal Mark in Nintendo History Her favorite game? Wii Sports. Nintendo created a gold-plated Wii console – the only one of its kind – as a present Queen Elizabeth II

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