Queen’s Christmas Speech 2019

The Queen’s annual Christmas Speech was broadcast at 3pm GMT on Christmas Day in the UK and the Commonwealth. In her 67th Christmas Broadcast, which was recorded in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle earlier this month, and produced by the BBC, the Queen reflected on the importance of treating others with consideration, and looked back at the highlights of the royal year, including the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing, and footage from the recent launch of the Royal British Legion’s Together at Christmas Initiative.

The Queen wore Prince Albert’s Sapphire Brooch for the Christmas Speech, a fitting choice given that 2019 marked the bicentenary of the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.


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