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Raging over the queen's speech: - She is living too lavishly

Every year Queen Elizabeth II made a speech to the british in the christmas season. This year, however, it was not the queen herself, but a large and pompous piece of furniture in the background, who ran with all the attention.

While the queen held her speech, which among other things was about the moderation, there was a huge piano in the gold behind her.

It has been more britere to the keys on the social media, and here queen Elizabeth II harsh words with on the way.

‘the Privileged, the wealthy monarch gets £76m a year and sitting in front of a golden piano in the palace - as she bills the taxpayers citizens £369m in order to preserve the - killer satire by exhorting the nation to save,’ writes the editor of the Daily Mirror, Kevin Maguire, on Twitter.

'The royale living too lavishly. It is not fair, when so many citizens are starving and poor. They also own too much property. Things have to change', writes a woman on.

the Other is, however, quite disagree with the criticism.

Queen Elizabeth's economy is not entirely straightforward. Her home and belongings are not all owned by her, but by the taxpayers. The other thing is her private, while the third thing is owned in virtue of her title and not her personally.

'How can tudeprinser be surprised or angry over that the queen of England has a good piano? Victoria bought it. By the way, so Elizabeth has nothing spent on it', writes one man, while another continues:

‘She has a guldpiano! In these times of austerity! Who think she is? The queen of England?!’, sounds from a male Twitter user with an ironic tone.

According to the news.com.au is the piano made of mahogany and covered with gold, and thus not only in gold, as many write on the social media.

It was purchased in the late 1800s by queen Victoria and was recently put in a position, when it was included in dirt and grime.

While the queen sits in front of his guldklaver, is the uk economy under pressure because of Brexit.

British managers confidence in the economy has fallen to its lowest level in 18 months.

It is done in parallel with that the risk of a british exit from the EU without an agreed divorce increases.

the British are to leave the EU 29. march. Currently, however, there is great uncertainty as to whether the prime minister, Theresa May's proposal for an agreed divorce will be approved.

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