Well, nothing too stodgy here!
Queen Elizabeth II is entering her 60th year on the throne royally. She made her annual Christmas Day speech earlier today. It was the first time that the broadcast was available in 3D, according to a report from CTV News.
The queen‘s message was not to forget the spirit of service that marks the Christmas season. She also reached out to those unable to be together for Christmas, commending soldiers, police officers, and their families. Good show, Ms. Windsor.
“Those serving in our armed forces, in our emergency services and in our hospitals, whose sense of duty takes them away from family and friends, will be missing those they love,” the Queen said. “And those who have lost loved ones may find this day especially full of memories. That’s why it’s important at this time of year to reach out beyond our familiar relationships to think of those who are on their own.”