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The Loose Women’s panel is organizing an anniversary special and channels The Queen at various times in her life

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Kaye Adams, Linda Robson, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford channel The Queen at various times in her life as the Loose Women panel hosts an anniversary special

The Loose Women’s panel joined the nation on Thursday to celebrate the Queen’s platinum anniversary as they dedicated their show to the monarch.

Kaye Adams, Linda Robson, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford marked 70 years on the throne of Queen Elizabeth II by channeling her at various times in her life.

Kaye, 59, honored Queen II’s coronation in 1953 and turned into 27-year-old Elizabeth, who took the throne at 25 after the death of her father George VI.

Celebration: The Loose Women panel joined the nation on Thursday to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee as they dedicated their show to the monarch (from LR: Kaye Adams, Linda Robson, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford)

The dress took eight months of research, design, craftsmanship and intricate embroidery to complete, and was completed with a linen cloak.

Linda, 64, caught a glimpse of Her Majesty from 2017, where she attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

The queen wore khaki from head to toe, including a quilted jacket and silk headscarf.

Cheers: Kaye, Linda, Jane and Gloria marked 70 years on the throne of Queen Elizabeth II by channeling her at various times in her life

Cheers: Kaye, Linda, Jane and Gloria marked 70 years on the throne of Queen Elizabeth II by channeling her at various times in her life

Milestone: Kaye, 59, Honored The Coronation of Queen II and Transformed Into 27-Year-Old Elizabeth

Your Majesty: Elizabeth acceded to the throne at the age of 25 after the death of her father George VI

Milestone: Kaye, 59, honored Queen II’s coronation in 1953 and turned into 27-year-old Elizabeth

Gloria, 82, traveled back to April 2011, when Prince William married Kate Middleton.

For her beloved grandson’s wedding day, The Queen – known for her signature bright colors and matching hats – wore all yellow and completed the look with a pearl necklace.

Jane, 60, donned the monarch’s army attire, synonymous with the 1940s.

Twinning: Linda, 64, mirrored a look from Her Majesty from 2017, where she attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Horse lover: The queen wore khaki from head to toe, including a quilted jacket and silk headscarf

Twinning: Linda, 64, mirrored a look from Her Majesty from 2017, where she attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Patriarchal: The Loose Women team wrote on their Instagram page: 'The panel morphed into Her Majesty over the years for our anniversary special! [sic] What's your favorite look?'

Patriarchal: The Loose Women team wrote on their Instagram page: ‘The panel morphed into Her Majesty over the years for our anniversary special! [sic] What’s your favorite look?’

Colorful: 82-year-old Gloria traveled back to April 2011, when Prince William married Kate Middleton

Smart: For her beloved grandson's wedding day, the Queen — known for her signature bright colors and matching hats — wore all yellow and completed the look with a pearl necklace

Colorful: 82-year-old Gloria traveled back to April 2011, when Prince William married Kate Middleton

As a young woman, the Queen became the first female member of the Royal Family to join the armed forces as a full-time active member when she joined the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) in 1945.

During her service she learned to drive and maintain cars.

The Queen fulfilled her duties as Honorary Brigadier General of the Women’s Royal Army Corps from 1949 to 1953.

When the Women’s Royal Army Corps (WRAC) was established in 1949 as a successor to the ATS, she became Honorary Senior Controller and later Honorary Brigadier.

She resigned when she became queen in 1953.

Yes sir!  Jane, 60, donned the monarch's army attire, synonymous with the 1940s

Gripping: As a young woman, the Queen became the first female member of the Royal Family to join the armed forces as a full-time active member

Yes sir! Jane, 60, donned the monarch’s army attire, synonymous with the 1940s

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