Queen Elizabeth II's traditional Christmas message will be televised in the United Kingdom and to 51 other Commonwealth countries.
The Queen also took the opportunity to speak of her 70 years of marriage to Prince Philip, and his decision to retire from public engagements.
"We remember the birth of Jesus Christ whose only sanctuary was a stable in Bethlehem", she said.
The Queen visited some of the survivors of the suicide bomb explosion which was detonated in the foyer of the Manchester Arena after a concert by the singer Ariana Grande in May.
Excerpts released by Buckingham Palace indicate Elizabeth praises the "powerful identities" of Manchester and London.
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Arctic air will sweep into the area in the wake of the snow bringing the city it coldest weather since last December. Highs on Christmas Day are forecast around 20 degrees and the overnight low could bottom out around zero, he said.
Rounding out a message about the home and family, the monarch continued her recent tradition of speaking openly about her Christian faith.
Elizabeth also says in her brief broadcast that the royal family looks forward "to welcoming new members into it next year".
The following month, eight people were killed when three men in a van ploughed into pedestrians on London Bridge before going on a knife attack in nearby Borough Market.
"We think of our homes as places of warmth, familiarity and love".
Surrounding the Queen in the palace's 1844 room, where the broadcast was recorded, were family photos including pictures of her great grandchildren Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as well as Meghan and Harry.
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Large crowds gathered in the Chabad enclave of Borough Park in Brooklyn on December 20 to welcome Rubashkin home. Many Jewish organizations in the United States also expressed their happiness at Rubashkin's release.
She said: "I don't know that anyone had invented the term "platinum" for a 70th wedding anniversary when I was born".
Wearing a brown coat and hat, boots and bag, Markle walked with future husband Harry, his brother Prince William and his wife Kate on their way to St Mary Magdalene Church for a Christmas morning service.
The 91-year-old praised the emergency service workers who risked their lives to save others during the Manchester attack, where 22 were killed and some 120 others injured.
The US actress joined the royals at Sandringham, the queen's private estate in Norfolk, eastern England, where the royals traditionally spend their winter break. The queen gave her first radio Christmas message in 1952.
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