Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom foreshadowed the “goodwill of strangers” in her annual Christmas speech, and pointed out that this was a particularly difficult year for the United Kingdom and the rest of the world.
She said: “The kind Samaritans have emerged in society, showing care and respect for all people, regardless of gender, race or background. This reminds us that each of us is special and equal in the eyes of God. “She was referring to the British response to the British. The coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 70,000 people in the UK.
However, people who later watched Channel 4 in the UK may be curious about the care and respect shown by the program director Ian Katz for the 94-year-old monarch.
For its annual “alternative Christmas message”
The fake queen said: “Nothing hurts more than someone telling you that they prefer Canadian companies.”
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, moved to Canada earlier this year and then to Los Angeles.
Katz said in a statement: “This year’s “Alternative Christmas Message” seems to be published by one of the most familiar and trusted figures in the United States. This is a powerful reminder that we can no longer trust our eyes. “
In the Queen’s true speech, the beloved monarch looked at the continuing impact of the epidemic in Britain and the Commonwealth.
“Of course, for many people, this time of the year is full of sadness: some people mourn the loss of their loved ones, while others miss relatives and friends for safety reasons, and all they really want for Christmas is A simple thing. Hug or squeeze.” She said. “If you are in it, then you are not alone, let me assure you of my thoughts and prayers.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.