Since her coronation in 1953, Her Majesty Elizabeth II has the habit of expressing themselves in front of the cameras
By Laura Carreño-Müller
This Tuesday, may 12, the british royal family celebrated the nurses, front line of the sars coronavirus. The opportunity for Elizabeth II to cross a course with an audio message announced on Twitter.
Separate and spread to the four corners of the Uk (and even in the United States, since prince Harry is currently housed in a luxurious villa of Los Angeles), the royal family of England met on Tuesday, may 12, in order to pay tribute to nurses throughout the world. On Twitter, Kensington palace has, as well, relayed a video in which the prince Charles, prince William, Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker Bowles, Sophie of Wessex or the princess Anne congratulated and thanked the nursing staff for their efforts. This was also the occasion for Her Majesty Elizabeth II to relay a strong message. But, unlike other members of the Firm, the sovereign will is expressed by phone.
“It is a rather important“, can we hear him declare. Then, it is about nursing that the monarch ruled. “They have obviously played a very important role recently”, she says then. An explicit reference to the efforts of the hospital staff, in the front line facing the coronavirus. This message has been unveiled at the beginning of the intervention of the clan Windsor-Mountbatten. And, according to the corresponding royal for the Daily Express, Richard Palmer, the disclosure of the audio message would be a first in the history of the british monarchy. It is therefore an important milestone for Her Majesty Elizabeth II, who celebrated her 94th birthday on 21 April 2020, and who has the habit of expressing themselves in front of the cameras.
From The Queen and The Royal Family this #InternationalNursesDay: Thank you pic.twitter.com/YZvREWRlR9
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 12, 2020
The clan of the Windsor-Mountbatten in solidarity with the nursing staff
The family of Her Majesty Elizabeth II multiplies the tributes to the nursing staff. Thursday 23 April, while the prince Louis celebrated its second anniversary, Kate Middleton and prince William have decided to applaud the health professionals since the threshold of the gate to Anmer Hall, where the Cambridge remain confined. A gesture similar done by Camilla Parker Bowles and prince Charles, who has faced personally the coronavirus.
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But this Tuesday, may 12, on the occasion of the international day of nurses, the monarch made an exception
In an audio recording, the sovereign recognizes the important work of the nursing staff in the face of the coronavirus
A record revealed on Twitter
And as the corresponding royal Richard Palmer, said : this is the first time that the voice of the Queen is unveiled to the general public for registration
At the age of 94, Her Majesty Elizabeth II has, therefore, passed the