|Queen of the United Kingdom of Wessex and Cornwall|
Anna II in 2013
|Reign||1980 - present|
|Coronation||19th March 1980|
|Spouse||George, Duke of Avon|
Iwan, Prince Royal|
John, Duke of Cornwall
Anna III, Princess Royal
|House||House of Rosewarne|
Anna II was born in Taunton, Somerset, in 1940, into the wealthy Rosewarne Family, to parents Edward Rosewarne, and the Annabel Rosewarne, which was before the Rosewarnes had become ruling family. Anna II attended Imperial College London, where she studied ancient history and art, later becoming a professor of art in 1963. Following news that the Kingdom of Wessex had succeeded in 1972, and that her family had become the reigning family, she began to undertake public service roles within the monarchy, as daughter of the ceremonial King. In 1973, she met the then, George Davies, whom she later married in 1975, having three children, Iwan, John and Anna III.
Anna II was born in Taunton, Somerset in 1940, to parents, Edward and Annabel Rosewarne, in what was then the United Kingdom. At an early age moved a fair amount, due to her father's work, and at various times before she was 18, Anna has lived in Australia, Belize, Canada, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa and Gibraltar, however Anna had been homeschooled by her mother.
Upon returning the the United Kingdom in 1958, Anna enrolled at Imperial College London, where she studied Ancent History and Art, later becoming a teacher of Art at the University in 1963. Upon news that the Kingdom of Wessex has succeeded in 1972, and her family had accepted to become the Ceremonial Royal Family, she to undertake public service roles within the monarchy, leaving her job as a professor at Imperial College, and starting at the University of Bath in 1973. In 1973, she met the then, George Davies, whom she later married in 1975, having three children, Iwan, John and Anna III.
Anna II's official title is Queen of the United Kingdom of Wessex and Cornwall and its Territories. However, a secondary title is used for cultural identity reasons in Wessex only, in the Wessen Language, which is Cwen æf Weseax which simply means 'Queen of Wessex.'