With her new mattress, Queen Elizabeth II has finally found a place to rest her head.

The Queen’s mattress has been a staple in her palace since her coronation in 1953, but it wasn’t until her arrival at Windsor Castle in 2012 that the Queen decided to take a break from her bed for a few days.

In her new bed, the Queen can sit up and move her head up and down without having to strain her neck.

But unlike her former bed, this new bed is made from high-quality wire.

It’s also a great place to sleep, with a cushioned bed that allows her to stay comfortably upright and not have to worry about getting up and moving her head too much.

The Queen has been known to stay up all night on her new pillow.