October 1, 2022

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Queen candid about Philip's loss in Christmas speech

Queen candid about Philip’s loss in Christmas speech

Queen Elizabeth spoke in her Christmas address on Saturday about her husband, Prince Philip, who died in April. The 95-year-old British monarch has been vocal about the loss she and her family feel. An armed young man was arrested in the grounds of Windsor Castle after trying to storm the castle on Saturday morning, the British newspaper reported. independent mentioned.

Before she began her letter from Windsor Castle, she was shown photos and videos of Philip. Elizabeth called it “support and sanctuary.” It was the first time she had given a Christmas speech without her husband standing by her side. Prince Philip passed away on April 9, 2021 at the age of 99.

“While it is a time of joy for many, it can also be a difficult time for some who have lost loved ones. I understand that very well this year,” the Queen said.

The Queen remarkably spoke about her actions. She said that in the months since the prince’s death, the royal family has been very supportive of all the honors. Elizabeth, listing the reasons for this, said that it helped Philip be loved all over the world. “That mischievous glint in his eye was still the same when I finally saw him for the first time.”

Armed man arrested

An armed young man was arrested in the grounds of Windsor Castle after trying to storm the castle on Saturday morning, the British newspaper reported. independent mentioned. According to the report published on the newspaper’s website, the man is a 19-year-old from Southampton.

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Queen Elizabeth is currently celebrating Christmas at Windsor Castle with Prince Charles and his wife Camilla. “Members of the royal family have been notified of the incident,” Chief Inspector Rebecca Mears said.