Queen Elizabeth at 90: President Obama, Prince William and Professor Chris Imafidon pay tribute to the British monarch

British Royals, World leaders, & Dignitaries interviewed by leading media, ITV to celebrate the longest serving monarch, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. They included President Obama, Prince William, Prof Chris Imafidon, & daughter Samantha Imafidon (#OurQueenAt90)
By: ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk
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Welcomed to the Palace by HM Queen
Welcomed to the Palace by HM Queen
WESTMINSTER, U.K. - March 27, 2016 - PRLog -- Professor Chris Imafidon, the world renown Consultant to governments, presidents and Monarchs, recently joined President Barack Obama, Prince William, Prime Minster David Cameron, Samantha Imafidon and world leaders to celebrate the Queen Elizabeth of England's 90th birthday. The special programme by leading media - ITV was aired on 27th March. The fly-on-the-wall documentary featured eminent personalities who shared their views on the Queen (#OurQueenAtNinety).

According to Professor Chris Imafidon, who has lectured at Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge and is chair of the board of ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk, "Her Majesty the Queen is the true icon of diligence and dedication to duty. I greatly admire Her Majesty, for her leadership, resilience and her adaptability in using new technology, for example, she sent her first email in 1976, making her one of the most technological of her age, and of any Monarch. She is a true inspiration, and loves the application of Mathematics in solving problems," Multi-award winning pioneer, Prof Imafidon, author of an upcoming book, congratulated the Queen of being a great grand mother again.(#Queenat90)

PRINCE WILLIAM (The Duke of Cambridge) . Said: "Growing up, having this figurehead, having this stability above me has been incredible. I have been able to explore, understand, slightly carve my own path. I greatly appreciate and value that protection."

CHILD PRODIGY, SAMANTHA IMAFIDON, who was present at the latest royal birth in London said, "Apart from being a great leader, matriarch and adaptable and technology loving, HM Queen is also very human, I would like to congratulate her on seeing another great grand daughter, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Who doesn't like a baby, but this one is special, a little royal baby for big brother, Prince George. More seriously, I would love mentor them so that they enjoy Mathematics, just as I did as a 6-year old child. With the right mentorship, everyone can see Mathematics as a game and learning as pure fun," concluded, Miss Samantha Imafidon, a chorister at Balliol College, Oxford and an undergraduate computer scientist, and author of the best selling book "Mathematics Manual." The legendary Imafidon family are known as the world's family of education due to their recording breaking success.

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA  - The US president said: "For nine decades Her Majesty has been a source of strength and inspiration, not only for the people of Britain, but for millions of people around the world."

PRINCESS KATE (The Duchess of Cambridge)
Monarchy has always been family friendly and in May 2015 the Queen's fourth great-grandchild, Princess Charlotte was born.
Due to this birth, Princess Kate said: "It's very special having a new little girl…I feel lucky that George has got a sister. The Queen was really thrilled that it was a little girl, and I think as soon as we came back here to Kensington she was one of our first visitors."

#QueenAt90 will be aired on ITV at 8pm on tonight and LIVE tweets at @ChrisImafidon, later other clips of the programme at http://www.ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk.  @KensingtonRoyal @Eieprogramme @BritishMonarchywww.Imafidons.com

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