The Queen is known for having travelled around the world multiple times to meet people from various nations. In fact, she is officially the most travelled head of state of all time. Her Majesty is even known to have had some bizarre travel traditions such as having to include a black outfit in her luggage and always carrying boiled sweets.
But over the years she has clocked up a huge amount of air miles.
Surprisingly, the Queen has travelled more than a million miles.
In fact, she has travelled 1,032,513 miles which is the equivalent of 42 journeys around the entire length of the Earth.
She took most of her trips in the 1970s when she visited 48 different countries.
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Royal travel: The Queen is known for having travelled around the world multiple times (Image: GETTY)
Royal travel: Queen visiting Malta in 1954 with her husband Prince Philip (Image: GETTY)
These countries included the likes of Canada, Fiji, Malaysia, New Zealand, Barbados and Australia.
In total, she has visited 110 countries which has earned her the right to join the Traveller’s Century Club which represents travellers who have visited 100 or more countries and territories.
Meanwhile, the average Briton will visit just ten countries in their lifetime.
Her longest trip was a 44,000-mile tour of the Commonwealth in 1953.
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