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Stéphane Bern analyzes Queen Elizabeth II’s speech: “It’s a rock in the storm.”


Live from his home for the new issue of C à vous (C à vous is a French TV show )on Monday 6 April, Stéphane Bern spoke at length about Queen Elizabeth II’s poignant speech in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. A speech that forced the admiration of everyone, especially the host and connoisseur of the Crown.

The British will not soon forget this speech by Queen Elizabeth II, who decided to speak on April 5 to send a message of hope to her people in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. A rare speech, only the fourth in her 68-year reign, which impressed many, from her granddaughter Zara Tindall to the Sussex husbands, who followed her from Los Angeles. Also in front of his television, Stéphane Bern, who would not have missed this historic speech for anything in the world. Invited on C à vous this Monday, April 6, from his home to respect the confinement, the host returned to the importance of this speech for the British, and spoke particularly highly of Queen Elizabeth II.

“She spoke of the British virtues, obviously that phlegm, comradeship, self-discipline. Values that are quite strong and very highly regarded in Britain,” explained the fine connoisseur of the Crown. Then he added: “She is a bit of a rock in the storm, here is a woman who has reigned for 68 years, who is going to be 94, who has known war, she recalled it (…)”. Very admiring of the Sovereign, who has shown a spirit of resilience that the British people badly needed in these uncertain times, Stéphane Bern did not fail to highlight the importance of this speech, which he described as “very personal”. It is a truly historic moment, which testifies to the unbroken influence of Queen Elizabeth II on her people, almost seven decades after her ascension to the throne.

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