“And as we all look forward to the start of a new decade it’s worth remembering that it is often the small steps not the giant leaps that bring about the most lasting change. And so, I wish you all a very happy Christmas.” #QueensSpeech #TheQueen
“Two hundred years on from the birth of my great-great grandmother, Queen Victoria, Prince Phillip and I have been delighted to welcome our eighth great-grandchild into our family.” #QueensSpeech #TheQueen
“The challenges many people face today may be different to those once faced by my generation, but I have been struck by how new generations have brought a similar sense of purpose to issues such as protecting our environment and our climate.” #QueensSpeech #TheQueen
The Duke of Edinburgh is “very well” in hospital where he is being looked after since being admitted last Friday; Prince Charles says of his ailing father when asked about it by member of the public Monday///CRIMSON TAZVINZWA
The duke’s planned admission on Friday to the private central London hospital, which has been treating members of the royal family for decades, was described as a “precautionary measure” by Buckingham Palace.
During a visit to flood-hit communities in South Yorkshire on Monday, Charles was asked about his father’s health by a reporter.
“He’s being looked after very well in hospital,” Charles replied.
“At the moment that’s all we know.”
During the visit, a woman in Fishlake asked Charles: “Sir, how is your father?”
He replied: “Alright. When you get to that age things don’t work so well.”
The Queen did not change her schedule as a result of her husband’s hospital stay.
“Every family needs their own Greta.” UK’s Prince Harry praised climate activist Greta Thunberg when he took to the stage at an awards ceremony in London on Sunday (November 17).
Prince Harry, also known as the Duke of Sussex, is married to Meghan Markle. He is the younger son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. The prince is brother to Prince William who is second in line to succeed their grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
Queen Elizabeth II wiped away a tear during an emotional Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph this morning. Her Majesty watched on as Prince Charles lead the country in remembering the fallen at this morning’s Remembrance Sunday ceremony. She paid her respect to those who have fallen in line of duty in observing the two minutes of silence, held when the Big Ben chimed at 11am///CRIMSON TAZVINZWA////