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This Is What Queen Elizabeth II Will Tell Her People On Sunday Night…


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THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 5, QUEEN ELIZABETH II WILL GIVE AN EXCEPTIONAL SPEECH DURING WHICH SHE WILL OBVIOUSLY TALK ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS. THE MONARCH’S SPEECH HAS ALREADY BEEN RECORDED AND WE INVITE YOU TO DISCOVER SOME EXCERPTS BEFORE IT IS BROADCAST.

It is rare for Queen Elizabeth II to deliver a speech outside of the important dates of Christmas, so the speech she is scheduled to deliver this Sunday, April 5 at 8:00 p.m. is eagerly awaited. The 93-year-old monarch intends to address an important topic, especially at this time, the coronavirus. As this viral disease is claiming more and more victims around the world and a five-year-old child has even lost his life in England, it was important for William and Harry’s grandmother to talk to her people.

The Daily Mail revealed the outline of the Queen’s speech which was recorded at Windsor Castle with only one cameraman dressed in protective clothing. In front of the camera, and therefore in front of the people, Queen Elizabeth II will talk about her hope of defeating the coronavirus through British containment and goodwill. Invoking the spirit of the Second World War, the one who is angry at Meghan and Harry will say to tens of millions of viewers, “I hope that in the years to come everyone can be proud of the way he has risen to this challenge.”

In her fifth outstanding speech since becoming queen, Elizabeth plans to be frank about this “increasingly difficult time”. For Prince Charles’ mother, it’s also important to talk about the dramatic human toll. “This is a time of disruption in the life of our country, a disruption that has caused grief for some, financial hardship for many and enormous changes in the daily lives of all of us,” she said.

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