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Sarah Ferguson and Princess Eugenie praised the Queen’s speech after the monarch addressed the nation in a historic televised speech on Sunday evening amid an epidemic of coronavirus.
The Duchess of York, 60, congratulated the royal, admitting that the speech had “touched her heart”, while Eugenie, 30, thanked her grandmother for “bringing the country together.”
On Monday, the monarch’s eldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall, 38, appeared on GMB to greet the speech, joining the royal family to join forces.
On Sunday evening, the 93-year-old queen urged the British public to come together in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic in a poignant television address.
Speaking from Windsor Castle, where the 93-year-old monarch takes refuge with Prince Philip, she told millions of Britons who watched from their homes, “If we stay united and resolute, we will overcome it.” “
Sarah Ferguson and Princess Eugenie praised the Queen’s speech after the monarch addressed the nation in a historic televised speech Sunday evening amid a coronavirus epidemic
On her Instagram account, Fergie shared a photo of her mother-in-law, writing: “Her Majesty’s words touched my heart and inspired us to never give up.
“To unite as we have done before. Never to forget British humor and remember … We should be reassured that even if we have more to endure, better days will come again: we will be with our friends again; we will be with our families again; we’ll see each other again’.
His message garnered over 17,000 likes and hundreds of comments, with followers praising royalty.
Meanwhile, Eugenie shared a photo of the monarch, writing: “Thank you for your words, they bring us together and unite us in our efforts to overcome.
Sunday evening, the queen, 93, urged the British public to come together in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic in a moving television speech
“Her Majesty the Queen addressed the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth this evening from Windsor Castle.
“We should be reassured that even if we have more to endure, better days will return: we will be with our friends again; we will be with our families again; we’ll meet again. ’
Posing a united front, the Queen’s eldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall, said that she was “very proud” of her Queen’s grandmother after she addressed the nation last night in the middle of the coronavirus crisis.
Appearing on GMB, the 38-year-old equestrian said that the moving speech on television, in which Her Majesty urged the British public to come together and protect the NHS, was “100% what the country needed” to the moment, adding that she “hopes everyone is listening.”
Speaking via video link from her home in Gloucestershire, the Queen’s eldest granddaughter appeared on the show with Italian jockey Frankie Dettori to talk about raising money for the NHS through her charity. equestrian.
The Duchess of York, 60, congratulated the royal, admitting that the speech had “touched her heart”
Meanwhile, Eugenie shared a photo of the monarch by writing: “Thank you for your words, they bring us together and unite us in our efforts to overcome”
“Her Majesty the Queen addressed the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth this evening from Windsor Castle,” said Eugenie.
“I think we are obviously very proud,” said Zara, “and what she said was, I think, 100% what the country needed.
“I hope everyone is listening and we can try to get back to normal and support our NHS as much as possible. “
Her Majesty’s extraordinary intervention is only the fifth time she has addressed the nation during her 67-year reign and comes as the death toll in the UK from the pandemic is approaching 5,000 , with 621 new deaths today.
She invoked the spirit of World War II, repeating the famous words of Dame Vera Lynn, promising the nation, “We will see each other again.”
The monarch paid special tribute to the NHS, thanking medical workers for their work and their sacrifices in the fight against the virus.
She said: “I want to thank everyone on the front lines of the NHS, as well as social workers and those in essential roles, who continue to lose interest in their daily tasks outside the home for us support all.
“I am sure the nation will join me in ensuring that what you do is appreciated and that every hour of your hard work brings us back to a return to more normal times. “
The British stayed home in the middle of the speech lock, sharing photos of their entire family huddled in front of the television to watch Her Majesty.
The number of coronavirus deaths in Britain has reached 4,934 – including 29 patients today who had no underlying health conditions.
The Queen’s eldest granddaughter appeared on Good Morning Britain today where she said she “hopes everyone listens” to her grandmother and follows government directions
The Queen is “the only person” who could have conveyed such a “powerful” message to the nation because she is “a beacon of stability in a non-political manner,” said a royal expert today.
Appearing this morning, royal commentator Camilla Tominey admitted that it brought her a “tear in her eyes”, and insisted that the monarch was “really the only one in the country” who could rally the public in such a way. powerful.
She said The Queen, 93, “reassures” the public about the end of the pandemic because she remains an “elusive” figure “who does not wear his heart on his sleeve.”
Speaking of her home in Hertfordshire, Camilla said, “Like you, I watched and listened with a tear in my eye. Her iconic voice. She has this wealth of experience, she was truly the only one in the country who could have done it.
She continued, “What she is doing is supporting this message and reassuring everyone that there will be an end.
“She has been this beacon of stability in a non-political way and that is what makes her message so powerful. She still remains a fairly elusive figure, who does not wear her heart on her sleeve. ”