According to tradition, the Queen of Britain has sent a Christmas message from Buckingham Palace White Hall.
In his speech, the sovereign stated that the royal family had "a busy year" and evoked the most important moments in 2018: marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, where his Majesty's father fought, and the qualification England in the World Cup semi-finals, for the 70th anniversary of his son, Prince Charles, Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle and Princess Eugene with Jack Brooksbank and the birth of the third child in Dukes of Cambridge and her niece's daughter, Zara Tindall, the only daughter of Princess Anne.
Also, Queen Elizabeth referred to the child Harry and Meghan expected in the spring, and joked that she is "a very busy grandmother."
"It was a whole year for my family, with two weddings and two heirs – and another child who soon waited. This helps a grandmother stay very busy," said superbly.
There are several pictures in the Queen's office – a portrait of the sovereign's father, a black and white image showing along with Prince Philip and Prince Charles at the age of six months in 1948, and a taboo with the Duke of Cambridge and their three children, the Duke. by sussex and prince of wales and his wife duchess of cornwall.
The most moving part of the Queen's speech was the appeal of kindness and respect in an increasingly shared modern society. The sovereign also emphasized the strong Christian belief it carries.
"Some cultures believe that a long life gives wisdom. I like to believe they are right. Perhaps some of this wisdom is the power to recognize some of the paradoxes of life, like the fact that beings have a great propensity for good and yet A great ability to do harm Even the power of faith, which inspires tremendous generosity and power to sacrifice itself, can fall into tribalism, and through the many changes we have seen over the years, faith, family, and friendship have not only been a constant for me, but a source of comfort and security.
Respecting the reserve imposed by her crown is the queen of political neutrality, and her Christmas speech is one of the few opportunities to publicly express her personal views.
Elisabeth does not directly induce Brexite, but the British press in her words sees a "blurred reference" to the UK exit from the EU (EU) scheduled on 29 March.
"The Commonwealth includes 53 countries and 2.4 billion people, one-third of the world's population. Force consists of feelings of love that promote and the desire to live in a better and more peaceful world. Even with the most profound differences, it treats the other person with respect, and as a human being is always a good first step towards a better understanding, the queen said.
Finally, Queen Elizabeth reflected in Christ's message of peace and goodwill in the world: "Santa Claus tells her mystery, since it does not provide theoretical explanations of life's riddles. Instead, it is about the birth of a child and the hope that birth led to the world for 2,000 years ago, only a few recognized Jesus, when he was born, now follows billions of him, believing that his message of peace on earth and good will is never overcome by time, he can be listened to by all, and it is more necessary than ever before, I wish you all a very happy Christmas. "
Elisabeth II chose a silk cocktail dress and a brooch that represented a scarab, gold, decorated with rubies and diamonds, a gem received a gift from the Duke of Edinburgh in 1966.