Prince William says he and the Queen are optimistic: anniversary speech –

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On the night of June 4, in honor of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Prince William and Prince Charles took the stage to celebrate all things Queen Elizabeth II. When William took the stage, he combined poise and humor in a touching speech for his legendary grandmother. Discussing his grandmother’s work over the years, especially in the field of environmental protection, he reported that they have at least one quality in common. He said that they both identify as optimists, saying, “But like her, I’m an optimist.”

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We love that William shares this wonderful quality with this grandmother, a quality that so many people need in these turbulent times. But he did not stop there in his beautiful anniversary speech.

Per People, William began his speech to the Queen with a joke, saying: “Good evening everyone. It’s so wonderful to be here with you on this incredible night. And it’s great to see how Buckingham Palace has become an IMAX screen! Although no one’s grandmother thanks them for talking about their age, my own grandmother has been living for nearly a century.”

“During this time, mankind has benefited from unimaginable technological developments and scientific breakthroughs. And while these breakthroughs have raised our awareness of the human impact on our world, our planet has become more fragile,” he added. “Today, in 2022, as the Queen celebrates her platinum jubilee, the urgent need to protect and restore our planet has never been more urgent.”

He ended his speech by saying, “Together, if we bring out the best in humanity and restore our planet, we will protect it for our children, our grandchildren and future generations.”

It was a wonderful speech, dedicated both to his grandmother and to the cause they both hold dear. In addition to being optimists, they are both big environmentalists. Queen Elizabeth II has quietly supported environmental action over the years. At some point, she was caught criticizing the government’s inaction on environmental issues. ABC News.

And it’s no secret that William cares about the environment. One example is that last year William attended the Earthshot Prize Awards to kick off his 10 year environmental competition.

Even as casual observers of the British royal family, there is still a lot we don’t know about what goes on in the House of Windsor. 2022 promises to be a memorable year for the royal family. But with all-time highs come crashes and traps. Royal biographer Tina Brown takes readers from the troubled years following Princess Diana’s death to the rift between Princes William and Harry, Prince Andrew’s scandals and Queen Elizabeth’s unwavering determination against all odds. Palace Papers: Inside the House of the Windsors – Truth and Turmoil. Brown’s book contains intimate new details about the royal family and reflects on how the House of Windsor is moving into a new era.

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“Palace Papers: Inside the House of the Windsors – Truth and Turmoil” by Tina Brown



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