Queen’s Platinum Jubilee: Britain’s biggest royal fan will celebrate with afternoon tea
“If I met her now, I’d tell her ‘Ma’am, I think you’re brilliant and wonderful, and we are so proud of you’.”
The room - much like her whole house - is decked floor to ceiling in memorabilia, photographs and books about the royals.
Margaret plans to whip out her best royal memorabilia tea set.
She said: "There will be lots to see on television, and we’ll definitely be drinking tea and eating cake.
"It’s always tea and cake for us - we’re big tea drinkers and get through loads of it.
"It’s a really special time and I’m really looking forward to celebrating the Queen and how brilliant she is.”
She added: "We’re so lucky to have her, the other countries must be so jealous of us!
"If I met her now, I’d tell her ‘Ma’am, I think you’re brilliant and wonderful, and we are so proud of you’.
"I just hope she has a wonderful time, and enjoys everything she does."
Margaret, who has four adult children and four grandchildren, grew up a single child alongside two royalist parents.
She began to adopt her love for the British monarchy from a young age - and was just eight when Queen Elizabeth II was first crowned.
As Margaret grew up, she only became more dedicated to the royals and has met the Queen on four occasions - who she described as each time being "so kind and sweet."
For more than four decades, Margaret has been decorating her home with every picture, trinket and piece of memorabilia imaginable.
She owns hundreds of books and pictures, as well as some more obscure items - such as cardboard cutouts of Her Majesty and the royal corgis.
Even the front of her house features decorations - to the point it has been mistaken for a museum.
Margaret said: "Whenever anything has happened, the Queen has always been there for us and gets us through it.
"She is 96 and it is just amazing what she does for us."
Margaret’s huge collection of memorabilia grows every year, and her house is bulging - but she says she’ll "never sell any of it."
Due to Margaret’s partner preparing for surgery, they won’t be going out partying like they might once have done - but they’ll still be celebrating.
She said: "There is so much to look at in this house as well as on TV, there’s plenty to do.
"It will be a huge day for the Queen and I hope she realises how well respected she is, and that it all goes well for her."
"We will be watching it all on the TV!"