Queen Elizabeth II will attempt to boost the UK’s morale as the nation fights the coronavirus with a rare televised address on Sunday.
“We are in this together — and we will all get through it together, too,” she is expected to say in her first speech about the pandemic, the Daily Mail reported.
It is only the fifth time the 93-year-old monarch has made a broadcast other than her annual Christmas address.
She recorded the message at Windsor Castle, where she is living in isolation with her 98-year-old husband Philip.
The speech will come a week after her eldest son and heir to the throne, Prince Charles, 71, exited self-isolation after testing positive for coronavirus. A royal footman who is regular contact with the the queen also tested positive for the deadly bug last week.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also in isolation after testing positive.
The news comes as the UK’s total confirmed positive count reached 38,698, with 4,320 fatalities and just 209 recovered, according to Johns Hopkins University.