Live as the Queen makes national TV address

The Queen is making a national announcement today, Sunday March 7th.

Her Royal Highness will be on BBC One where she will be doing a recorded address.

It will be shown shortly before the A Celebration for Commonwealth Day airs: 2021 hour long special.

The program is in recognition of Commonwealth Day (Monday March 8th) – an annual marker that celebrates the unification of the Commonwealth of Nations in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and the Americas, the Pacific and Europe.

Your message will air on CBS just hours before Harry and Meghan’s broadcasts in America.

The bombshell TV interview, conducted by Oprah Winfrey, promises to leave “no subject off-limits”.

It will be shown on ITV in the UK at 9pm a day later.

CBS released the first two excerpts from the interview in which Harry says, Harry said, “I’m just very relieved and happy to sit here and talk to you, with my wife by my side, because I can’t get started imagine what it must have been like for her to have gone through this process herself all those years ago.

“Because it was incredibly difficult for both of us, but at least we had each other.”

In another clip, the Duchess of Sussex is asked if she was “silent or silenced,” with Meghan’s answer not being revealed.


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