Queen Elizabeth II acknowledged the difficult year for her country and family in her annual Christmas Day speech.
This year’s address was pre-filmed by the BBC at Windsor Castle in the Green Drawing Room and airs Wednesdays at 10 am EST, with the 75th anniversary of D-Day celebrated on the theme of reconciliation in Jesus’ life. Jun.
“The path, not always smooth, and many times this year seemed very bumpy, but the small steps can make a world of difference,” she says, referring to the need to forgive.
A year later, he called on the British to discuss the “nation’s loss” of Brexit and the scandal that has broken the country to overcome their division.
She marks the anniversary of D-Day – one of the many world leaders who marked the day on the June Memorial Day – as examples of how the past can be overcome in order to bring together the fiercest enemies. Form.
“For the 75th anniversary of that decisive battle, in the true spirit of reconciliation, those who were formerly hostile had come to a favorable memory on both sides of the channel. There are past differences between the two.”
“By honoring the past differences behind us and getting ready to move forward together, we honor the freedom and democracy we once won for ourselves at great cost.”
For the broadcast, the Queen wore a royal blue dress in Kashmiri, with Sapphire and Diamond Prince Albert Broach, according to Buckingham Palace.
The wedding gift from Queen Bruce Prince Albert to Queen Victoria’s great grandmother, Queen Victoria, on her wedding day in 1840.
The queen, including her husband, sat beside tables filled with pictures of her family; His father, King George VI; Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla; And Prince William and Duchess Kate and their children.
Another photo shows him with the Apollo 11 astronauts, Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong, and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, who visited Buckingham Palace in 1969 after the moon landed.
(This meeting is part of the hero’s astronaut mission’s subsequent world tour). The most recent episode of “The Crown” featured.)
The royal family has one year. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have been extended for months after suffering media breaks and negative press.