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Queen’s Christmas Speech 2021: Time and how to watch

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Queen Elizabeth II will deliver her 69th Christmas address to the United Kingdom on December 25, 2021, which remains a tradition to this day and is usually broadcasted after lunch.

In last year’s Christmas address, with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the whole world, the Queen looked to reassure those struggling without friends and family that they are “not alone”.

The Queen highlighted acts of kindness, noting that the pandemic has in some ways “brought us closer” together, while she also paid homage to NHS staff for their herculean efforts.

It is expected that the Queen’s speech will this year stress the importance of family after another difficult 12 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while she is also expected to comment on the loss of her husband, Prince Philip, as she spends her first Christmas without him following their 73 years of marriage.

The Queen’s message is likely to have been recorded in the middle of December, as she offers some reflections on the year 2021.

What date is the Queen’s speech?

The Queen’s speech will be aired on Christmas Day, which is December 25 and this year falls on a Saturday.

You will be able to watch the Queen’s speech on BBC One, ITV, Sky One and Sky News, while you can listen it on BBC Radio 4.

Additionally, you will be able to watch it online via the Royal Family’s YouTube channel and their Facebook page.

What time is the Queen’s speech on TV?

Queen Elizabeth II will deliver her 69th Christmas address to the United Kingdom on December 25, 2021, which remains a tradition to this day and is usually broadcasted after lunch.

In last year’s Christmas address, with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the whole world, the Queen looked to reassure those struggling without friends and family that they are “not alone”.

The Queen highlighted acts of kindness, noting that the pandemic has in some ways “brought us closer” together, while she also paid homage to NHS staff for their herculean efforts.

It is expected that the Queen’s speech will this year stress the importance of family after another difficult 12 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while she is also expected to comment on the loss of her husband, Prince Philip, as she spends her first Christmas without him following their 73 years of marriage.ADVERTISING

The Queen’s message is likely to have been recorded in the middle of December, as she offers some reflections on the year 2021.

What date is the Queen’s speech?

The Queen’s speech will be aired on Christmas Day, which is December 25 and this year falls on a Saturday.

You will be able to watch the Queen’s speech on BBC One, ITV, Sky One and Sky News, while you can listen it on BBC Radio 4.

Additionally, you will be able to watch it online via the Royal Family’s YouTube channel and their Facebook page.

What time is the Queen’s speech on TV?

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Usually, the Queen’s speech will be aired at 3pm on Christmas Day, and it typically lasts around 10 minutes.

What will the Queen talk about?

While the theme has not yet been revealed for this year’s Queen’s speech, she is expected to touch on the impact of the pandemic, make some personal reflections and pay homage to the late Prince Philip.