Queen Elizabeth reveals her straight pearly whites didn’t come naturally

2020-02-20 13:36
 
Queen Elizabeth  (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images

Blue blood or not, even the queen of England needed a bit of help correcting her teeth.

During a recent visit to the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals in London, the 93-year-old revealed that she needed braces to straighten her teeth when she was a teenager, HELLO! Magazine reports.

"I had wires. Luckily, it was a very long time ago," the queen told a youngster who was about to be fitted with braces. She added she thought the cosmetic process was well worth it.

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The queen isn’t the only royal who’s worn braces. Many of her grandchildren, including Prince Harry, had their teeth straightened. In 1999, the Duke of Sussex flashed a smile revealing his braces while on an annual Christmas Day outing, People reports.

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Prince Harry

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Prince Andrew’s children, Princess Beatrice and her sister Princess Eugenie, also wore braces when they were teenagers.

Currently, Prince Edward’s 16-year-old daughter Lady Louise Windsor also has braces.  

(Sources: HELLO! Magazine, People)

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