All many people want for Christmas this year is a simple hug, Queen Elizabeth II has said in her annual festive message, adding these holidays would be hard for those who lost loved ones to COVID-19 or were separated by social restrictions.
- The Queen is spending Christmas at Windsor Castle with her husband Prince Philip
- The usual royal gathering at Sandringham estate and walk to a nearby church for a Christmas Day service was cancelled
- The UK has an official coronavirus-related death toll of just over 70,000
In her traditional pre-recorded Christmas Day address to the nation, the 94-year-old monarch repeatedly spoke of hope for the future while acknowledging millions of Britons would be unable to have their usual family…
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