Queen Elizabeth voice impersonation

Find the perfect Queen Elizabeth voice impersonation.

What’s that saying again? “As old as Methuselah,” but it should probably be “as old as Queen Elizabeth.” Many of us would like to drink from this fountain of long life that has made the Queen Elizabeth voice a symbol of royalty and authority. In times of crisis, the Queen Elizabeth voice provides comfort to listeners.

Info for Queen Elizabeth voice voice-overs

The Queen Elizabeth voice is careful. She takes her time to pronounce each word, taking frequent pauses between statements, as if to let the message sink in. If you’ve ever wondered why it’s called ‘The Queen’s English’ now you know. She speaks in the language of the elite, which basically means that she has a posh accent and uses grammatically correct phrases.

When can you use a Queen Elizabeth voice voice-over?

Long live the Queen! She is the ruler of England after all, and both kids and adults adore her. We have kids dressing as Queen Elizabeth for Halloween. There are Tv series like The Crown which is about the Royal family and Claire Foy’s imitation of the Queen Elizabeth voice is impeccable. There are also Queen Elizabeth impersonators who get hired for birthdays, signing autographs, making speeches and greeting guests during certain holiday celebrations. As a brand you can hire these impersonators to let your customers know that your product has the Queen’s stamp of approval.

What makes the perfect Queen Elizabeth voice?

The Queen Elizabeth voice is associated with class and power. This voice is soft, but has a sternness to it, and you can’t help but pay attention. The secret to perfectly imitating the Queen Elizabeth voice is to focus on your vowel sounds, intonation and delivery. For instance, she pronounces the vowels /æ/ in the word ‘man’ with a closed jaw, making it sound like ‘men’.

Other Info for Queen Elizabeth impersonations

The Queen Elizabeth voice is associated with class and power. This voice is soft, but has a sternness to it, and you can’t help but pay attention. The secret to perfectly imitating the Queen Elizabeth voice is to focus on your vowel sounds, intonation and delivery. For instance, she pronounces the vowels /æ/ in the word ‘man’ with a closed jaw, making it sound like ‘men’.