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Kate Middleton & Prince William: The Queen's Christmas Speech 2012!

Kate Middleton & Prince William: The Queen's Christmas Speech 2012!

A pregnant Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) and her husband Prince William accompany the Middleton family – including Pippa – for Eucharist and Christmas Carols at St. Mark’s Church in England on Tuesday (December 25).

Below is Queen Elizabeth II‘s Christmas speech, where she thanks the public for braving the elements to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.

“This past year has been one of great celebration for many,” she said. “The enthusiasm which greeted the Diamond Jubilee was, of course, especially memorable for me and my family.

“It was humbling that so many chose to mark the anniversary of a duty which passed to me 60 years ago,” The Queen added. “People of all ages took the trouble to take part in various ways and in many nations. But perhaps most striking of all was to witness the strength of fellowship and friendship among those who had gathered together on these occasions.”

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The Queen’s Christmas Speech 2012!
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12 Responses to “Kate Middleton & Prince William: The Queen's Christmas Speech 2012!”

  1. 1
    jk Says:

    old hag

  2. 2
    ladyb Says:

    She must have had to announce the pregnancy so early cause she is still not showing. Won’t be surprise if the announcement came the minute she was pregnant.

  3. 3
    NYC Says:

    That queen is the most successful fraud in the history of humankind.
    I cannot believe they actually think they are “royal.” They aren’t even British but German. Crazy! The people in the UK have been fooled for centuries. What a scam. Reminds me of the dragon in “The Hobbit.”

  4. 4
    roddymartindale Says:

    @NYC: Anyone can look up Wikipedia for the Windsor house’s German roots. They haven’t hid it. Though I’m not sure how that makes them less royal — are British people more royal than Germans? if so, why? — or what Tolkien’s Dragon has to do with anything.

  5. 5
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    Åhhh, we know she is pregnant … stop writhing it !

  6. 6
    Patti Says:

    Why comment on something you know nothing about. The Queen is extremely popular in the UK and yes everyone in the UK knows the German origins – started in the early 18th century with George 1. She has made a speech at Xmas for 60 years – its a tradition now.

  7. 7
    NYC Says:

    Fool! Go read some history!
    Only 6 comments about this Queen.
    No one gives a $H*T! about her.

  8. 8
    Sara Says:

    Poor girl. I’m happy for her that she go to be home this Christmas.

  9. 9
    go Says:

    Who cares what that old bag thinks? It’s time for her to go to a nursing home.

  10. 10
    Waity McBarfy Says:

    Wow she looks like a nice,normal girl when she’s ill….but the Nasty Bimbo is who she normally looks like. She should start feeling ill much more often – it takes her stupid ego down a few notches !!!

  11. 11
    Waity McBarfy Says:


    are you kidding ? if she’s rail thin to start with then it makes SENSE that nothing is showing up yet — I doubt her vanity would allow her to eat anyway !!!

  12. 12
    Mary Says:

    I’m disgusted at how many people are being rude about the Queen, Catherine and Royal Family in general.

    May I ask that you look at your own life for a moment? What are you doing? Sitting behind a computer screen feeling “big” and like you can insult people because your “hidden” and “safe”.

    Could you do what the Queen does every day, go out, be friendly, talk to people, sign papers, day in and day out all the while having to deal with these sort of comments from people like you? How would that make you feel?

    As a matter of fact could you even write so eloquent a speech as her Majesty has done diligently for 60 years? Judging by the way your comments are structured I would think not!

    Long live the Queen and the British Monarchy!

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