Great Britain: The Queen Comfort

The British are suffering badly from the Corona epidemic. In her Christmas address, the queen consoled her compatriot. He also thanked the volunteers.

All the people of this year want is a simple hag, Queen Elizabeth II tried to comfort the British in her Christmas speech this year. This is a sad year for many due to the Corona epidemic. The 94-year-old said, “Some people mourn a loved one, others want a simple hug or shake of hands for Christmas.” “We cannot celebrate the birth of Christ as usual, but life must go on.”

The queen thanked those in her speech who would now help the most vulnerable people in society. “Still inspired by the kindness of strangers, we find solace in the fact that there is hope even in the darkest of nights.” He is a “good Samaritan” who has “responded brilliantly to the challenges of the year”. “I am proud and shaken by this calm and indomitable spirit,” said the emperor.

Second address already in corona crisis

In the first phase of the epidemic, the queen had already reached out to her compatriot and was asking them to be “united and determined”. She also thanked the NHS staff and all other carers.

The Queen’s address at Windsor Castle, west of London, was addressed to the people of Great Britain and the entire Commonwealth. The Queen’s Christmas address is an ongoing tradition, but otherwise she is very reluctant to attend such performances.

Christmas is also different this time for the Royals.

For the Queen and her 99-year-old husband, Prince Philip, Christmas looks different this year than usual. They spend holidays without their relatives at Windsor Castle and, as usual, not in Sandringham, eastern England. The British kings usually congregate there during the Christmas season.

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Every year hundreds of spectators gather on Christmas day to watch the Queen and her relatives watch the church. This time it has also been canceled due to Corona epidemic. Instead, the Queen wanted to attend a small private service in a chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

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