Which Famous Historical Queen Are You Most Like? Take This Personality Quiz To Find Out!
There have been many prominent queens throughout history, who are known for their elegance, strength, beauty and intelligence. We’ve done up a quiz to see which famous historical queen your personality is most like - answer the 7 questions below truthfully and let us know if you think the results are accurate!
What do you usually do on your days off?
A. Shopping and having high tea with your girlfriends
B. Spending time with your loved ones
C. Go for a hike or a walk in a park
D. Catching up on your reading list
E. Working on your side hustle or attending courses
Pick a flower.
A. White rose
D. Violet blossom
E. Lily of the Valley
Pick one word that best describes your personality
How would you describe your style?
A. Always on-trend
B. Very feminine
D. Minimalist and timeless
E. Smart and tailored
What is your favourite colour?
Pick a topic that interests you the most.
C. Botany and nature
D. Everything, from philosophy to economics to the arts
It’s date night! What are you most likely to do?
A. An intimate soirée with friends, food and fascinating conversation
B. Have some alone time together before meeting his friends for drinks!
C. Dinner in the Flower Dome, followed by a nice stroll in Gardens by the Bay after
D. Watching a play or a musical
E. Drinks at the trendiest bar in town
Scroll down to find out which historical queen matches your personality!
Mostly A’s - Marie Antoinette
Queen Marie Antoinette was a style icon who made some bold fashion choices that helped to set trends. Besides being sartorially-inclined, another trait that you probably share with her is your extroverted personality - the French queen was known to be quite the social butterfly!
The Marie Eau de Toilette is a bright, vivacious scent that is unapologetically feminine. It opens with delicious top notes of pear, white peach and blackcurrant, before unveiling a light floral fragrance that people will remember you for.
Mostly B’s - Louise of Prussia
Queen Louise of Prussia was nicknamed “Queen of Hearts” because just like you, she’s full of compassion and kindness, which made her very popular with her subjects. That said, people should never mistake such kindness for weakness - Queen Louise famously withstood Napoleon’s attempts to destroy her reputation, and became even more beloved in Prussia.
The scent of magnolia and lotus flower feature heavily in the Louise Eau de Toilette, inspired by none other than Queen Louise. Very befitting, seeing that those two flowers are known to be hardy and can bloom even in the most difficult of circumstances. Not unlike you!
Mostly C’s - Charlotte of England
Your best trait is your curiosity and thirst for knowledge - don’t ever forget that! Queen Charlotte was known to be a clever and curious woman. Naturally, she advocated for girls to get a proper education. Like her, some of your ideas might be a little bit ahead of time. Don’t let that discourage you and give others some time to catch up.
Queen Charlotte was a huge nature lover, so it’s only right that the scent named after her would feature the grassy notes of moss, green leaves and patchouli. If you love spending your weekends hiking in nature reserves, then the Charlotte Eau de Toilette is definitely for you.
Mostly D’s - Elizabeth of Spain
Elizabeth of Spain became queen at the tender age of 14, but was noted to be intelligent and sophisticated. She eventually helped to usher in a golden age for Spain together with her husband, King Phillip II. Much like Queen Elizabeth, people admire you for your ability to keep cool under pressure and handle whatever curveballs life throws your way.
Exude strength, beauty and elegance with the help of Ange Gardien Paris’ Elizabeth Eau de Toilette. The refined fragrance opens with youthful notes of white strawberry and violet leaves, but is anchored by a heady base of vanilla, musk and white wood.
Mostly E’s - Queen Victoria
Credited for redefining the British monarchy, Queen Victoria’s reign is marked by industrial, social and territorial expansion, which established Great Britain as the most powerful country in the world during her time. And just like Queen Victoria, you dream of building your own empire one day. Keep hustling!
With base notes of amber and cedarwood, the Victoria Eau de Toilette subtly signals that you mean business. But it isn’t all work and no play! The light citrus top notes fade to reveal the heart notes - an intoxicating mix of cyclamen, lily and jasmine - which gives this scent its strong personality. Perfect for go-getting girl bosses like yourself, no?
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