An elegant ivory dress complete with blue ribbon adorned with ordinance decorations. On the white hair the tiara inspired by Queen Mary’s fringed tiara that Elizabeth, as is known, she wore on her wedding day, while the miniature medallions on the ribbons were recreated along the lines of those of the orders of the royal family: the pink given to the Queen by her father George VI and the blue one by her grandfather George V And again, because there are so many details to be examined, the silver brooch pinned under the band to represent the star pin of the Garter, the insignia of the highest order of chivalry in the United Kingdom, the Order of the Garter.
On his birthday Queen Elizabeth becomes Barbie Or rather, Barbie becomes Her Majesty from the tips of her cotton candy hair to that of her feet. In fact, on the occasion of the historic Platinum Jubilee of the Queen, the Mattel brand celebrates her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-lived monarch in British history, with a Barbie doll from the Tribute Collection made in her likeness.
Source: Vanity Fair