答：剧Dailymail报道：The Queen’s first televised broadcast was in1957. She has delivered one very year since then, except in 1969,when it was decided the royals had been on television enough thatyear following a documentary about their life.
This is the time of year when we remember that God sent his onlyson 'to serve, not to be served'. He restored love and service tothe centre of our lives in the person of Jesus Christ.
At Christmas I am always struck by how the spirit oftogetherness lies also at the heart of the Christmas story. A youngmother and a dutiful father with their baby were joined by poorshepherds and visitors from afar. They came with their gifts toworship the Christ child. From that day on he has inspired peopleto commit themselves to the best interests of others.
And those who have lost loved ones may find this day especiallyfull of memories. That's why it's important at this time of year toreach out beyond our familiar relationships to think of those whoare on their own.
For many, Christmas is also a time for coming together. But forothers, service will come first. Those serving in our armed forces,in our emergency services and in our hospitals, whose sense of dutytakes them away from family and friends, will be missing those theylove.
We were reminded, too, that the success of these great festivalsdepended to an enormous degree upon the dedication and effort of anarmy of volunteers. Those public-spirited people came forward inthe great tradition of all those who devote themselves to keepingothers safe, supported and comforted.
As London hosted a splendid summer of sport, all those who sawthe achievement and courage at the Olympic and Paralympic Gameswere further inspired by the skill, dedication, training andteamwork of our athletes. In pursuing their own sporting goals,they gave the rest of us the opportunity to share something of theexcitement and drama.
That same spirit was also in evidence from the moment theOlympic flame arrived on these shores. The flame itself drewhundreds and thousands of people on its journey around the BritishIsles, and was carried by every kind of deserving individual, manynominated for their own extraordinary service.
On the barges and the bridges and the banks of the river therewere people who had taken their places to cheer through the mist,undaunted by the rain. That day there was a tremendous sense ofcommon determination to celebrate, triumphing over theelements.
Prince Philip and I were joined by our family on the RiverThames as we paid tribute to those who have shaped the UnitedKingdom's past and future as a maritime nation, and welcomed awonderful array of craft, large and small, from across theCommonwealth.
It was humbling that so many chose to mark the anniversary of aduty which passed to me 60 years ago. People of all ages took thetrouble to take part in various ways and in many nations. Butperhaps most striking of all was to witness the strength offellowship and friendship among those who had gathered together onthese occasions.
This past year has been one of great celebration for many. Theenthusiasm which greeted the Diamond Jubilee was, of course,especially memorable for me and my family.
2012 Royal Christmas Message
I wish you a very happy Christmas.
Christmas is a good time to be thankful for them, and for allthat brings light to our lives.
There’s an old saying that “it is better to light a candle thancurse the darkness”. There are millions of people lighting candlesof hope in our world today.
The customary decorations have changed little in the years sincethat picture of Victoria and Albert's tree first appeared, althoughof course electric lights have replaced the candles.
One of the joys of living a long life is watching one’schildren, then grandchildren, then great grandchildren, helpdecorate the Christmas tree. And this year my family has a newmember to join in the fun!
Although it is not an easy message to follow, we shouldn'tbe discouraged; rather, it inspires us to try harder: to bethankful for the people who bring love and happiness into our ownlives, and to look for ways of spreading that love to others,whenever and wherever we can.
Despite being displaced and persecuted throughout his shortlife, Christ's unchanging message was not one of revenge orviolence but simply that we should love one another.
For Joseph and Mary, the circumstances of Jesus's birth -- in astable – were far from ideal, but worse was to come as the familywas forced to flee the country. It’s no surprise that such a humanstory still captures our imagination and continues to inspire allof us who are Christians, the world over.
The custom of topping a tree also goes back to Prince Albert'stime. For his family's tree, he chose an angel, helping to remindus that the focus of the Christmas story is on one particularfamily.
At the end of that War, the people of Oslo began sending anannual gift of a Christmas tree for Trafalgar Square. It has fivehundred light bulbs and is enjoyed not just by Christians but bypeople of all faiths, and of none. At the very top sits a brightstar, to represent the Star of Bethlehem.
The procession from Horse Guards Parade to Westminster Abbeymust have been one of the slowest ever, because so many peoplewanted to say 'thank you' to them.
One cause for thankfulness this summer was marking seventy yearssince the end of the Second World War. On VJ Day, we honored theremaining veterans of that terrible conflict in the Far East, aswell as remembering the thousands who neverreturned.
It is true that the world has had to confront moments ofdarkness this year, but the Gospel of John contains a verse ofgreat hope, often read at Christmas carol services: "The lightshines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcomeit."
It also allows us to reflect on the year that has passed,as we think of those who are far away or no longer with us. Manypeople say the first Christmas after losing a loved one isparticularly hard. But it’s also a time to remember all that wehave to be thankful for.
Gathering round the tree gives us a chance to think about theyear ahead -- I am looking forward to a busy 2016, though I havebeen warned I may have Happy Birthday sung to me more than once ortwice.
In 1949, I spent Christmas in Malta as a newly-marriednaval wife. We have returned to that island over the years,including last month for a meeting of Jesus leaders; and this yearI met another group of leaders: The Queen's Young Leaders, aninspirational group, each of them a symbol of hope in their ownCommonwealth communities.
The popularity of a tree at Christmas is due in part to mygreat-great grandparents, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Afterthis touching picture was published, many families wanted aChristmas tree of their own, and the custom soon spread.
At this time of year, few sights evoke more feelings of cheerand goodwill than the twinkling lights of a Christmastree.
来听两段讲话，女王说了60多年，经常重复的词组和表达还有‘tragic example’, ‘shiningexample’, and ‘weak and innocent’。
到底他们的研究准不准确，经常重复的词组和表达还有‘tragic example’, ‘shiningexample’, and ‘weak and innocent’。女王演讲也背范文？。
Miss Fry said: ‘‘She could have said a lot in that time but ifyou analyse the text she has actually said very little and oftenrepeated herself.
Hannah Fry 是这次研究的参与者之一。