CBC News Interview: Why the Queen’s rare broadcast will bring ‘dignity and gravitas’ to the battle against COVID-19

In an interview with Janet Davison at CBC News, I discussed the Queen’s plans to address the United Kingdom and Commonwealth in a rare televised broadcast on Sunday April 5.

Click here to read “Why the Queen’s rare broadcast will bring ‘dignity and gravitas’ to the battle against COVID-19” at CBC News

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  1. She was a thoughtful & beautiful child..& older sister….a somewhat inhibited young Queen & perhaps problems w. her marriage at one time. ?? The Awful Year when the Castle burned etc She had somewhat problem children, except as husband noted: their One Ambitious Successful daughter.. And Now She has become a Sonsie Lass in her Elder Years (you might say) She certainly seems to have the energy to go up & down
    stairs of any kind…be a smiling presence etc.

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