Becoming the queen for her people, it is Queen Elizabeth II's first foray into the entertainment world with her being included on Vogue Magazine's list of Today's Glamorous Women for its December 2007 issue, praised for being "as glamorous in her brogues and headscarf in Balmoral as she is wearing the crown jewels."
Defined the word glamor as "about how you wear something, not about what you wear," the Fashion bible places The Queen alongside a host of hugely popular names on its 50-strong "Definitive List of Today's Glamorous Women," which among others include veteran actress Helen Mirren and British socialite Jemima Khan, who's also known as Hugh Grant's former girlfriend.
While Mirren is credited for being as "radiant as a lightbulb, sexy, talented...she dresses perfectly too," Khan on the other hand makes the list because she "speaks Urdu, has a conscience and acts on it. She looks like a princess but is saucily good company."
Also included on Vogue's Glamor list among others are supermodels Kate Moss, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Daisy Lowe and Sophie Dahl. Simply said of Moss "Shall we count the ways?", Vogue described Dahl as "BFG - beautiful, fairytale-writing glamourpuss." As of Campbell, she's cited to offer "glamour at any price - even if it means doing community service in Alaia."
Stella McCartney, the daughter of former Beatle Paul McCartney, who earns her own fame as a fashion designer is the other Glamor Woman, praised because she "runs a business and her values are non-negotiable" as well as simply being "a McCartney."
Find out the rest of the other names on Vogue magazine's Definitive List of Today's Glamorous Women for its December issue here.