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Queen Elizabeth II & Royal Wedding Updates

Helen Mirren | Now & Then (PHOTOS)

Getty Images Helen Mirren, known for epic film turns and red-hot bikini body, turns 66-years-old today. Not only is she "The Queen" - she won an Oscar for playing Queen Elizabeth II, she was appointed to the Order of the British Empire by Prince Charles - that makes her Dame Helen to you, as well. Despite her respectable honors, the British actress, who stars in the summer blockbuster "Arthur" with Russell Brand, never misses an opportunity to titillate. She took it all off for Esquire Magazine, wearing only a Union Jack! Proving that barely dressed or fully clothed, Mirren works her wardrobe like the ultimate companion to her bodacious personality.

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Fashion News: Week in Review

Slept on your fashion news this week? No worries. We've got you covered, with all you need to know, below.

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Queen Elizabeth II Wears Canary Yellow Angela Kelly Design to Royal Wedding (Photo, Video)

Queen Elizabeth II chose an Angela Kelly single crepe wool primrose dress with hand-sewn beading at the neck in the shape of sunrays.

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Queen Announces Fashion Industry Honors, Kim Kardashian Rocks Cornrows

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Great Royal Weddings: Britain's Princess Anne and Lt. Mark Phillips

Queen Elizabeth II' s only daughter, Princess Anne, married Lt. Mark Phillips on Nov. 14, 1973.

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Queen Elizabeth II's Panties Go on Sale

A pair of underpants that reportedly once belonged to Queen Elizabeth II could fetch ,000 at auction.

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Jimmy Choo Relaunches Men's, Wal-Mart Goes to Supreme Court

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Great Royal Weddings: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

Counting down to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s April ceremony, we revisit the big day of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.

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