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The queen remembers ‘a rather rough year for the annual Christmas day address

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Queen Elizabeth II gave her annual Christmas speech on Monday, to reflect on what they have described as a “very rough” by 2019.

The Queen, for the first time for the 75th anniversary of D-Day in June of last year, saying: “the spirit of christ, who in the past were sworn enemies to come together in a kind of commemoration … to put past differences behind them.”

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She added: “…Many small steps will be taken in the faith and in the hope of overcoming long-standing and deep divisions and to bring harmony and understanding.”

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This year has been particularly difficult for the royal family, but their rumored strained relationship with Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle, and the scandal surrounding Prince Andrew’s friendship with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, and the allegations that Andrew had sex with a trafficked child victims of trafficking.

Last week, the Queen’s husband Prince Philip has been taken to the hospital for what was described as a “pre-existing condition.”

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“The Duke of Edinburgh, travelled to Norfolk this morning at the King Edward VII hospital in London for observation and treatment related to a pre-existing condition,” a rep for Buckingham Palace told Fox News in a written statement. “The admission is a precautionary measure on the advice of His Royal Highness,” the Doctor.”

Philip, 98, will be expected to spend a couple of days in the hospital.

“The path of the course, it is not always smooth, and at times this year and have a very, very bumpy,” said the Queen, “but small steps can make a world of difference.”

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