Queen's message of hope on coronavirus
Pod Save The Queen - Royal family news, interviews and fashion
Thursday, 9 April
As the world remains in the grip of the coronavirus crisis, the Queen's message of hope and fortitude was broadcast to Britain and the Commonwealth.
Echoing the wartime sentiment of Dame Vera Lynn and sharing her own experience and hopes, it was just the fifth time Her Majesty has addressed the nation outside her traditional Christmas messages.
Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by Daily Mirror editor Russell Myers to reflect on a moving national moment, plus the engagements carried out virtually by Prince Charles, Camilla's phone calls to volunteers and William and Kate's virtual school visit.
Mirror Online lifestyle editor Zoe Forsey has been taking a close look at the royals' home offices and shares the details we've spotted in their photos released during the lockdown.
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