The queen in England is called "The Queen", but how do you translate this into French? What I read in the dictionary is confusing. Please keep the answer simple as I'm not fluent in English (and not in French either).
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It is La Reine (of England, which is evident in England) or La Reine d'Angleterre,
like The President is Le Président (in France):
in political context in France: Le Président (shorter), or Le Président de la République (more formal), or Le Président français, or Le Président (François) Hollande.
in other contexts in France: Le Président de la République when it is not evident (because there are thousands of presidents, almost every organization has one or several).
in foreign countries, we can hear (depends on journalists) Le Président français, Le Président de la République française, Le Président Hollande.