Queen Elizabeth is due to give her annual Christmas Day speech this Sunday, and she is expected to reflect at length on her trip to Ireland, which she considered to be a huge success. The Queen’s speech reaches millions of viewers and listeners from around the world, and the speech is expected to have a positive affect on tourism to Ireland in the coming years.
While in Ireland, Queen Elizabeth visited many popular Irish landmarks which included The English Market in Cork, The Rock of Cashel, Trinity College in Dublin, The Guinness Storehouse, and took in counties Dublin, Cork, Kildare and Tipperary.
It was the first visit of a British monarch to the Irish Republic for 100 years.
What do you think? Will her speech have a positive affect on tourism to Ireland? Was her visit a success?