An extraordinary location to the country will be given by the Queen in the midst of the coronavirus flare-up. It will be just the fourth time during her almost 70-year rule that the ruler has given a discourse outside of her typical Christmas Day address.

The discourse was pre-recorded at Windsor Castle where the Queen is right now remaining. It will be communicated at 8p.m on Sunday, April 5 on ITV. In any case, those not in the UK will have the option to see the discourse on the @RoyalFamily internet based life accounts.

An announcement posted on the Buckingham Palace Twitter account read: “On Sunday fifth April at 8pm (BST) Her Majesty The Queen will address the UK and the Commonwealth in a broadcast communicate. Just as on TV and radio, The Queen’s location will be appeared on The @RoyalFamily’s web based life channels.”

The Queen recently discharged an announcement on the COVID-19 flare-up on March 19, communicating solidarity with the country. It read: “As Philip and I show up at Windsor today, we realize that numerous people and families over the United Kingdom, and around the globe, are entering a time of incredible concern and vulnerability.

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On Sunday fifth April at 8pm (BST)

Her Majesty The Queen will address the UK and the Commonwealth in a broadcast communicate.

Just as on TV and radio, The Queen’s location will be appeared on The @RoyalFamily’s web-based social networking channels.

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