Queen Elizabeth II give previlige to Prince Philip,her husband in her Christmas message, and applaud his “unique sense of humour and support”.
Duke of Edinburgh has been at the Queen’s side during her whole legacy of 65 years on the throne, and has punctually grasped the headlines with his indisposed comments.
Over the summer,He retired from his daily royal duties. However,he has continued to make sudden appearances, recently he was walking to the Christmas Eve church service on the Sandringham estate of Royal family.
“Even Prince Philip thinks that it’s time to slow down a little, having, as he financially put it, done his bit,” The Queen confirmee in a message.
“But I know his unique sense of humour and support will remain firm as ever as we enjoy Christmas with our family, and are looking forward to welcome new members in our celebration next year.”
Queen Elizabeth II also talk about the importance of man’s home, and about the concept of community in London and Manchester after the capital’s destroying Grenfell Tower fire and the military attacks in the two cities.
“We like our homes as places of hope, familiarity and love … there is a timeless simplicity to the pull of home” The queen further said.
“This Christmas, I think of London and Manchester, whose powerful identities shone through over the past 12 months in the face of appalling attacks.
“In Manchester, those targeted included children who had gone to see their favourite singer.
“A few days after the bombing, I had the privilege of meeting some of the young survivors and their parents. I described that hospital visit as a privilege because the patients I met were an example to us all, showing extraordinary bravery and resilience.”
Queen Elizabeth , the strongest personality in the world, seldom talks about her husband.
In 1997,On their golden wedding anniversary she said he did not take easily to applauds but had been her, “power and stay all these years”.
His husband, who arrange more than 22,000 solo engagements, earned a reputation for his comments, also his remarks about “slitty eyes” on a visit to China in the 1980s.
The regular Royal message begins from King George V in 1932 and was first released on air 60 years ago in 1957.
In Pre-recorded remarks by the 91-year-old monarch was released on air on Christmas Day in the United Kingdom, Australia and the other commonwealth countries i.e 50.
Queen Elizabeth,her husband and family members planning to attend a Church service today on the lands of Sandringham.
Royal Family also arranged a private lunch later on.