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On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle at age 96.

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Elizabeth had served as monarch for 70 years, longer than any ruler in the country’s history. She became queen on Feb. 6, 1952 upon the death of her father, King George VI.

Here are some other significant numbers linked to Elizabeth and her record-breaking life and reign:

Her Family

4 – The number of children the queen had. She has three sons, Charles, Andrew and Edward, and one daughter, Anne.

8 – The number of grandchildren the queen had.

12 – The number of great-grandchildren Elizabeth had.

73 – The number of years she was married to Prince Phillip.

101 – The age at which her mother died.

56 – The age at which her father died.

Her reign

6 – Queen Elizabeth II was the sixth queen to have been crowned in Westminster Abbey.

6 — The number of times since the queen’s coronation that she wore the “Coronation dress.” The dress was made of white satin and embroidered with the emblems of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth in gold and silver thread.

2 – The number of roses named for the queen.

129 – The number of portraits the queen has sat for.

237 – The number of streets in the UK named after her.

40 – The queen is the 40th UK monarch since William the Conqueror took the crown of England in 1066.

Her jewels

2,868 – The number of diamonds in the Imperial State Crown.

4.9 – The weight in pounds of St. Edward’s Crown, one of the two crowns worn by Elizabeth on the day of her coronation in 1953.

530.2 – The number of carats in the Cullinan I diamond that is part of the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross, the scepter that is used during coronations. The diamond is the largest colorless cut diamond in the world.

Her money

£86.3 million – The amount the British government provided Elizabeth annually. The money is known as the Sovereign Grant.

$500 million – The queen’s approximate net worth.

Her visits

261 – The number of official overseas visits Elizabeth had made as of January 1, 2012.

1,032,513 – The number of miles Elizabeth traveled during her reign.

5 – The number of times the queen made a state visit to the United States; the first was in 1957.

The prime ministers, presidents and popes

15 – Number of prime ministers who have served during Elizabeth’s reign, from Winston Churchill to Liz Truss who became the prime minister this week.

14 – Number of U.S. presidents in office since Elizabeth ascended to the throne, from Harry Truman to Joe Biden. During her reign, she met with every US president except Lyndon Johnson.

7 – Number of popes elected during Elizabeth’s reign.