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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Britain's Queen Elizabeth delivered her televised Christmas Message to the UK and Commonwealth. In the annual address she urged viewers to pause and reflect on service and duty. The Queen went on to praise emergency service workers who won't be able to be with their families this Christmas, and to thank the armed forces. "We are forever grateful to all those who put themselves at risk to keep us safe. Service and duty are not just the guiding principles of yesteryear, they have an enduring value which spans the generations," she said. "Here at home, my own family is a little larger this Christmas. As many of you will know, the arrival of a baby gives everyone the chance to contemplate the future, with renewed happiness and hope," the Queen said. "For Christians, as for all people of faith, reflection, meditation and prayer, help us to renew ourselves in gods love as we strive daily to become better people," the Queen added