Elizabeth II: The first Christmas speech without Prince Philip

Images of Queen Elizabeth II recording her Christmas speech are released by Buckingham Palace and promise to be a once-in-a-lifetime event.

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As she delivers her first Christmas speech as a widow, the King sits next to a photo of herself and her late husband, Prince Philip, according to pictures taken at Windsor Castle in England. Prince Philip died on April 9, 2021 at the age of 99. So this year will mark the first Christmas he will spend without her after Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding in 1947.

The news broadcast on Christmas television is of British tradition, where the Queen evokes the meaning of the holiday season and sees the challenges facing the country.

Kate Middleton at the ceremonies

In a message posted on Instagram on Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, thanked the citizens for their support to their community. “We went through dark times. We had a lot of challenges. We lost loved ones. We saw our leading staff being under a lot of pressure. We were emotionally and socially distant and isolated from each other,” the Duchess said. Will perform the show.

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