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  • So the first of the royal arrivals Earl on Dhe Countess off Wessex, the West.

  • It's vice patron of the Commonwealth Games Federation closing speech.

  • 2018.

  • Commonwealth Games opened the 1990 Commonwealth Games in New Zealand in the 1998 Games in Malaysia and as we were hearing the contests of Wessex very interested in various Commonwealth causes including ending avoidable blindness, recently visited Malawi.

  • The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Trachoma Initiative is literally just returned actually from a trip to south Sudan over the weekend where she marked International Women's Day.

  • Did you say avoidable blindness?

  • Very much A key part of her work.

  • Yeah, on the next car and you can hear, I think see the people lined up to Greek next Royal Party to arrive.

  • This is His Highness the Duke of Sussex on her own Highness, Duchess of Sussex Huge chairs The Duchess there is wearing Amelia Wixted grass Hat by William Chambers And of course, for them.

  • This is the last time we'll be walking into the happiest this'll way.

  • No, no surprise.

  • We're seeing that the battery of newspaper photographers lights flashing the last time wth the Sussex is will appear in public before standing back his senior members off the royal family, talking there to the dean off the abbey on Dhe.

  • Smiles is there, brought in to meet the receiving line.

  • The dean, the very Reverend Dr David Hoyle, installed as the 39th dean of Westminster in November 2019.

  • They're introduced, first of all to the Venable.

  • David Stanton, sub dean and Cannon treasurer.

  • Evidently Ball cannon, steward on Dhe Al Mina.

  • Ellen, Theologian, the Reverend Dr James Haughey, Baumann, receiver general in Chapter Clark.

  • His Grace, the Duke of the Clue and the prime minister.

  • Boris Johnson.

  • Patricia Scotland, Secretary general of the Commonwealth, Scotland.

  • It's clear the message is going out there to be no handshakes.

  • Richard My Winnie the right Honorable Lord Howell of Guilford, chair of the Council of the Commonwealth Society, now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

  • Arriving royal gathered to on a Commonwealth Day.

  • This is almost something from the queen, isn't it?

  • I expect my family to support the Commonwealth as I have throughout my life.

  • Well, indeed, truck, all members of the family a raised on on stories of the Commonwealth.

  • The Queen became queen.

  • March is at the heart of the Commonwealth in Kenya, they've all the very first We see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

  • There, their very first overseas toad together was to a calm wolf country to Canada, and it's just forms part of royal life, and you may go on certain terms to different countries.

  • But in between two around Europe around the UK that always be a calm off tourism, sometimes it's about grand celebrations.

  • Sometimes it might be tied in with trade.

  • Sometimes it's simply about solidarity isn't as we saw in April of last year when the Duke of Cambridge visited New Zealand in the aftermath of the Christ Church mosque shooting very much as we saw in the film earlier, he would straight out there after that, followed on from after the earthquake in Christ Church in 2011.

  • He went out there straight after that as well, where we see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex being led to the suit to the Commonwealth country that he enjoys a particularly close relationship with having founded his charity Sentebale with Princess off a suit to work with Children and young people infected with HIV in both the suit, too.

  • And Botswana?

  • It was one of Prince Harry's first creations of charitable creations.

  • Words centre Barley is, he's saying in the suit.

  • He goes there regularly.

  • It's very close to his heart, still very active.

  • Fundraiser for it.

  • And it's It's yet another example of the way in which a roll family so many levels are connected with the Commonwealth in here of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cambridge.

  • Well visited 45 out of 54 countries off the Commonwealth.

  • And we've already seen a bit of it this afternoon.

  • When you watch those pictures off the prince on duty in the Commonwealth, it does seem to be a sheer a sheer pleasure in the encounters he has like his mother is something he has become.

  • Passionate.

  • Yes, I think he wants.

  • Made a wonderful speech.

  • 2013.

  • He reflected on his life with a couple more leaders.

  • And how was a boy he'd grown up with these Commonwealth leaders coming to stay?

  • How is a student?

  • He'd be water skiing with the Prime minister, Malta and always these stories going back toe thier early years of his life.

  • Look closely and you can see.

  • The Prince of Wales is declining to shake hands this afternoon, but is doing the traditional nemesis day.

  • I wondered if we might see the Prime Minister do a sort of a shoulder shoulder to people.

  • But Princess decided to name ist es people.

  • Delia, handshake there from the Prime Minister is having to hold himself back.

  • Emma, stay very good, Your Highness, to account the fears of Corona virus off course greeting Baroness Scotland, the Commonwealth Secretary General Howl of Guilford share the Commonwealth Society and Dr Linda you there, whose chief executive off the Royal Commonwealth Society.

  • So we have now the royal family except Her Majesty the Queen whose car we're expecting to arrive any moments soon as she arrives in front of the abbey, her arrival will be serenaded by a fanfare from the state trumpeters at the Household Cavalry Up in the Abbotts pew above the Great West Door, Duchess of Cambridge, making their way through the choir on towards the high altar where their seats are their trip to Pakistan in October this year really a very important commonwealth trip.

  • A great sign of return toe some normality in Pakistan.

  • Yes, Pakistan over the years twice Being suspended from the moth wants actually withdrew all together back in the seventies, but now very much back at the heart of things and that visit by that you can duchess very significant, one very warmly welcomed by them.

  • Now they take their seats with the other members of the So we await the arrival off the Queen Wells over his shoulder to see if he could see her car arriving.

  • The Prince of Wales undertook on autumn tour to India, New Zealand and the Solomon Islands.

  • What was his 10th official visit to India to service at the Deli War Memorial, where he met with gardeners from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, who tend to the 70 and the Commonwealth war graze really a very important part of what the Commonwealth do, maintaining these graveyards across the continents.

  • Immaculately.

  • One of the oldest Commonwealth organizations War Graves Commission, five million men and women from the country the Commonwealth saw wartime service during the Second World War.

  • Six million soldiers from across the Commonwealth for what became the Commonwealth mobilized for World War one 1.1 million British commonwealth servicemen killed.

  • Wherever you see, there's come wealth graves.

  • They are immaculate, perfectly mowed lawns, well tended memorials.

  • Gravestones kept immaculately clean shrubs on the graves, reflecting a part of the world where the graveyards are 3 to 7 of the ones where soldiers who fought in the Burma railway are buried.

  • It is always a deeply moving experience wherever you go in the world it is, and it's another reminder of way Today matters.

  • It's the shared bonds, not just of language, law and culture, but also shared sacrifice and the outriders.

  • Here there is the car bearing Her Majesty the Queen.

  • Cheers from the crowds in front of Westminster Abbey.

  • We'll stand by for that fanfare from the state trumpeters of the Household Cavalry to mark arrival here this Commonwealth Day of Celebration.

  • Majesty, Queen Monitor, head of state of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, but Queen to in 15 Commonwealth rails, Queen of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda.

  • Bellies Papinou Guineas and Cristoforo ST Kitts and Nevis and Vincent and the Grenadines, Tuvalu, Barbados, Grenada, Solomon, Solomon Islands, Lucia on Dhe, the Bahamas Queen off the world.

  • In some ways, Robert, he certainly feels like that under day.

  • Like today, Petro the queen is wearing a Stuart Parvin coat, has described his air force blue cashmere coats with black and burnt orange.

  • This'll is an event that she knows better than anyone.

  • She's never missed one.

  • She's attended more of these than anybody else.

  • Prime Minister, bowing there on Dean taking down the 90 knows most of these people already.

  • She'll know hymns.

  • She'll know the running order.

  • She's just saying Hello those, Lord, How Guilford, chairman and president of the role, calm Royal Society.

  • For her, this is a meeting.

  • She's often described the cover Malta's her family of nations and as she turns to see Prince Boils, she's with her family.

  • She stands now by the memorial to Winston Chechen.

  • As we prepare for the start of this Commonwealth Day service, Jacob's arrangement of the national anthem for team from the Band of the Grenadier Guards, the choristers of Westminster Abbey process forward to be followed by the Royal Party.

  • The opening him praise to the Lord, the almighty king of Creation.

  • On behalf of the Dean and chapter, I welcome you warmly to Westminster Abbey for our annual celebration off the Commonwealth.

  • We gather in this house of prayer to celebrate our common life as God's people and to celebrate as a commonwealth of nations.

  • Today we look for the words to express Ah hope we can share the common future in which we all might flourish.

  • So we pray for God's guidance.

  • We seek the GIF ts often imagination that can hope abundantly under courage to seize that hope.

  • Confident in the richness and range of our commonwealth, we are one people with one hope under God.

  • Let us pray in the words our savior gave this.

  • Ah, Father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name.

  • My kingdom Come, I will be done on earth as it is in Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil For line is the kingdom the power and the glory forever and ever.

  • I'm in.

  • We go to the Great West door for gun n drummers One drum performing music from Rwanda In tour the next two scientists corner in front of the memorial to Sir Isaac Newton.

  • Alexandra Burke sings ain't no mountain high enough This mountain way, way, way, way, Matter how?

  • Don't worry, baby.

  • Just call my name.

  • You don't have to worry, baby.

  • No, wait, wait, wait.

  • I remember the day I told you You can always count on that way.

  • No, I get it.

  • No, no.

  • No one can stop me.

  • If you ever trouble, I'll be there on the double Just even when we're apart.

  • No matter how way If you ever knew No Ban, Hand me there on the double Fast, baby Their way Wait!

  • Extra reflection from British world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua.

  • My name is Anthony Oluwafemi Luschini.

  • Joshua, Like many of you here, I'm a child of the commonwealth.

  • I was born in what foot?

  • My heritage is Nigerian.

  • I come from the Europe of people who are the largest and some might say the loudest ethnic group in all of Africa.

  • Food.

  • I'm probably Nigerian and I'm probably British.

  • And I joined a long line perhaps too long to count of UK citizens of Commonwealth origin.

  • We've made enormous contributions to this great multicultural society of ours.

  • In my world, that would include names such as Joshua Bootsy Lawrence a Coley on Rambla Ali.

  • But there are so many more members of the Commonwealth family, including David Adjaye, one of you case greatest architects, the image for Don's, arguably Britain's brainiest family and, of course, the countless nurses, teachers and doctors that made the UK their home strengthen in the very fabric of our society and our economy.

  • We must never figure either our commonwealth cousins who stood shoulder to shoulder in battle, not to mention the amazing impact that all of these people hailing from the firm IHS reaches of the globe have had in our culture, sense of national identity.

  • My own eyes were open to this amazing family for the first time when I traveled to Nigeria as a child, whilst I saw some similarities between our two countries.

  • Given our shared heritage is nations, there was a wealth of difference in the world of exciting possibilities.

  • That realization has stayed with me my life.

  • Like me, so many Children of the Commonwealth have two homes, two identities, two cultures and two ways of you in the world.

  • Some even have more than two These days.

  • We hear so much about division on different that some might be tempted to see that as a bathroom well in the country.

  • It's a beautiful thing, a thing to be celebrated and cherish on a great source of peace and stability.

  • In this world of extreme collectivity, who better to connect us and shape our common future than a Children off the commonwealth?

  • Whoever foot in two camps and desperately want to see both sides succeed?

  • There are times when it's important to talk about values, our personal values and those that bind us together.

  • It's a slut as a society, and this is one of those times fairness, determination, tolerance, respect, understanding.

  • I like many of those values in the ring.

  • I applied them to my everyday life, our values, the fineness and how we conduct ourselves.

  • They're what put there, what we put out in the universe on DDE, what we shall receive in return.

  • Respect for the dignity of our commonwealth cousins for all human beings is critical to bring in our society and communities together and making them prosperous.

  • I feel opportunity should be there for the taking, along with hard work, dedication and perseverance.

  • Regardless of one's background, we need to strive harder collectively in order to create unity, it takes a village to raise a child and in the same vein, it takes a whole community to act, to stand together, to talk with some of the challenges we are confronted with.

  • Today.

  • With unity on a shared vision, we could help to improve the lives and prospects of our Commonwealth family a mutually benefit in the process.

  • People like myself as well as some of the other Stellan names I've already mentioned will be perfectly placed to assist with the re engagement with the Commonwealth and actors ambassadors.

  • For the two cultures and countries we represent, it will enable enormous potential off the Commonwealth 1.4 billion young people to transform our world for the better.

  • In the same way, boxing gave me the opportunity and framework to become Olympic champion.

  • Home, a world champion and now into heavyweight champion of the world, bye asked myself.

  • What does the commonwealth really mean?

  • The second part of that word is key for me.

  • A united common future could create opportunities for our commonwealth cousins, whoever they're growing up in Nigeria, Australia, Bangladesh or Jamaica or right here in Britain.

  • So he has to fish and chips and a juicy suit on pounding jam to the UK and Nigeria and, said, the Children of the Commonwealth, thank you very much for listening now.

  • James O'Donnell, organist Master Carstens directs Britain Anthem Be Joyful in the Lord away.

  • The prime minister wanting to justify himself, the lawyer asked.

  • Jesus and who is my neighbor?

  • Jesus replied.

  • A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell into the hands of Robert's.

  • We stripped him, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead by chance of Priest was going down that road, and when he saw him, he passed by on the other side.

  • So likewise a Levite when he came to the place and saw him passed by on the other side.

  • But it's a marriage.

  • While traveling came near him, and when he saw him he was moved with pity.

  • He went to him and bandaged his wounds, having poured oil and wine.

  • Then he put him on his own animal, brought him to an inn and took care of him.

  • The next day, he took out two denarii, gave him to the innkeeper and said, Take care of him and When I come back, I will repay you for evermore you spent.

  • Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of the robbers, he said.

  • The one who showed him must see Jesus said to him, Go and do likewise.

  • Boris Johnson reading The Terrible of the Good Samaritan Next Great Swell Ship tune.

  • Centennial.

  • Immortal Invisible God Only wise Next, The Bird on YouTube stars.

  • Suli breaks.

  • Hello, my name is Sullie Breaks, and I just wanted to say it's a pleasure to be in the president's Hello, my name is Sullie breaks.

  • It's a bit early.

  • I just want to say it's a pleasure to be in the presence of so many esteemed individuals who were united, irrespective of culture, race or background by a common theme and a common idea.

  • And I think that idea correct me if I'm wrong, is that we can all collectively make the world a better place, and I think really, that's all.

  • It takes ideas and creativity because those are what send football's spinning into the back of nets.

  • They send men to the moon and women as well, and they leave the world at our fingertips.

  • So I just wanted to share a short piece short so you can get into the more exciting forms of entertainment about the power of ideas.

  • Chapter one.

  • It starts with an idea.

  • A boy will go in a bedroom with nothing but a pen and a laptop.

  • Chapter two.

  • That pen has scribbled across that page numerous times, and that laptop has spent hours illuminated in front of tired eyes and kinds of energy drink, and the idea has become a passion slash obsession.

  • Chapter free.

  • The idea turn passion slash obsession has found its way into the in box of like minded individuals.

  • Friends and family signed off with the words.

  • Honestly, tell me what you think defended this will bang Chapter five.

  • The idea turned passion turned confirmation from friends and family.

  • That is indeed a good idea, and it will actually bang has become a project.

  • Let's get to Chapter five.

  • That project has become viable.

  • That project has become a reality.

  • That project that idea has become the potential to change the world because, as logical people, we sometimes become stuck in our ways.

  • Reluctant to change function, the same when there's nothing to gain.

  • Forget in that All skyscrapers were once the slabs of stone.

  • Google was once just a scrap of codes.

  • But in this story, there's no guarantee that would have happily ever after or ride off into the sunset.

  • We don't even know if be able to afford next month's rent.

  • Bless Vic back to Chapter one.

  • The idea could have seen the light bulb.

  • That boy could be Nikolai Tesla.

  • The idea could have bean freedom that Gil could have.

  • Bean.

  • Nina Simone Because all that ever takes is an idea and love effort.

  • Whether it happens in a meat and boardroom or campus dorm room, it's only ever taken one idea to make a difference.

  • It's only ever taken one idea to change the world, Thank you very much.

  • Next the faith leaders.

  • First, we're going to hear from Archbishop Nikita's, representing the Greek Orthodox Church.

  • Direct our steps to fulfill your commandments, transform our hearts so that we may experience the peace, love and unity that only comes from you.

  • Break the barriers of hatred and injustice which shatter our society, grant us faith and love as we sojourn toward a better future together.

  • Next Shake Ibrahim Murderer representing the Muslim community Smell like rock man Iraqi Oh, Lord, you a piece and from you is peace.

  • You created us from a single pair and made us into different people so that we may know one another.

  • God enable us to respect