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US News Elizabeth II: what she will say during her historic address on April 5

16:05  05 april  2020
16:05  05 april  2020 Source:   elle.fr

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  Elizabeth II : ce qu'elle va dire durant son allocution historique du 5 avril © PA Photos / ABACA

Exceptionally, the Queen of England will give a TV address this Sunday, April 5. A very rare exercise for the queen since it will only be the fourth speech (apart from Christmas greetings) in 68 years of reign. Exceptional measures were obviously taken during the recording of this speech in order not to take any risk with the health of Queen who is part of the population at risk because of her age.

A challenge to be taken up

If the Queen's speech is only broadcast this evening on television, extracts have already been scheduled, which makes it possible to delimit the broad outlines of the speech which aims to encourage the British in the fight against the coronavirus which has hit Britain very severely for several days: “I hope that in the years to come, everyone can be proud of the way in which we have taken up this major challenge and that those who we will succeed will say that the British of this generation were as strong and courageous as the others ”, explains the queen in this speech of crisis.

According to the Queen's services, this speech is very personal. The queen really wanted to encourage all the English in the fight against this pandemic and make them proud of their past, present and future efforts. Because there is still a long way to go.

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