The year is almost over, which means the end-of-the-year lists are just beginning. Forbes recently released its annual “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” list, and the 2018 edition features none other than Queen Elizabeth II.

Out of the 100 women who made the list, the 92-year-old royal not only made the top 50 but the top 25, as well. Being the longest-reigning monarch in British history helped her land the 23rd spot. That sits her right above Ivanka Trump but right below Laurene Powell Jobs.

Aside from stating her royal status, Forbes also notes Queen Elizabeth II’s sources of wealth, which are real estate and investments, and mentions her various charitable causes.

Taking the top spot on the list is Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany since 2005. Rounding out the rest of the top five, in order, is Theresa May, Christine Lagarde, Mary Barra and Abigail Johnson.

At the tail end of the ranking is Dominique Senequier at number 96, Sahle-WorkZewde at 97, Theresia Gouw at 98, Margarita Louis-Dreyfus at 99 and, finally, Beth Brooke-Marciniak at number 100.

Forbes published the full list, which features some more information about the powerful women who made it, earlier this week.