The Queen will use her Christmas Day message to say that the Christian message of "peace on earth and good will for all" is needed more than ever before.
With Parliament deeply divided over Theresa May's Brexit deal and military conflicts In parts of the world, the monarch's words are likely to rage at many.
In the show, recorded in Buckingham Palace's white salon, the 92-year-old Queen will say, "I believe [Jesus’s] Message of peace on earth and goodwill for all is never outdated. It can be noticed by all. "
The monarch will emphasize the importance of people who bridge widely divergent views by being civil and acting with common decency.
The Queen will say: the most profound differences, the others with respect and as Treating fellow human beings is always a good first step towards greater understanding. "
As head of state, the queen remains publicly neutral in political matters and does not express her views, but many viewers may interpret her words as indicative of the poisonous mood of public debate over Britain, which has left the EU.
The program was recorded on December 1
The address written by the queen has traditi Onell a strong religious framework and reflects current issues and picks up on their own experiences from last year. 19659002] The highlights of 2018 range from England to the semi-finals of the Football World Cup to the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
In her message, the Queen will also highlight the importance of having her loved ones around her and her strong Christian beliefs. She will say, "Through the many changes I have experienced over the years, faith, family, and friendship have not only been a constant to me, but a source of personal comfort and reassurance."
The reign of Monarch The Monarch was in office by 13 Prime Ministers, from Winston Churchill to May, and Donald Trump is the 13th US President to hold office during the same period.