Meet Anna Claire Cantrell, an 8-year-old from Alabama who shows her love for the British royal family by dressing like Queen Elizabeth.
Anna Claire has recreated some of Her Majesty’s most iconic outfits — including one worn on her Coronation Day in 1953.
“Everyone in our town and surrounding towns knows how much Anna Claire loves the royal family and always sends her stuff when they find it,” Anna Claire’s mom, Andrea, told Insider.
“They all want her to meet the Queen and honestly it is her dream to meet her,” she added.
Anna Claire’s pet corgis, Madie Elizabeth and Winston, were even named after Queen Elizabeth and Winston Churchill.
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Some royal fans show their love for the British monarchy by collecting memorabilia, while others enjoy replicating their most iconic outfits from over the years.
Most of those people aren’t 8-year-old schoolgirls from Alabama, though.
Anna Claire Cantrell hasn’t let her age stop her from learning everything there is to know about the British royal family, or from educating her classmates on every royal throughout history, from William the Conqueror to Meghan Markle.
But the best way she pays tribute to the most famous family in the world? By dressing like our current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.
In the photo above, Anna Claire recreated one of Her Majesty’s most iconic outfits from her Coronation Day in 1953.
Anna Claire’s love for the royals started when she was just 5 years old from watching TV shows, movies, and documentaries about the royal family with her mom, Andrea.
“Since then she has watched everything and read everything about the royal family,” Andrea told Insider. “She wanted to learn about every one of them from William the Conqueror, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Mary I, Victoria, George, and of course Elizabeth II.
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