Christmas has came early for royal fans across the globe, as Buckingham Palace released a photograph of the Queen delivering her 2019 festive broadcast earlier today.
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In the official portrait, Her Majesty is pictured sitting behind her desk in Windsor Castle's Green Drawing Room with a Christmas tree providing the perfect seasonal backdrop.
For the yearly portrait, the Queen dressed in a suitably regal blue dress by go-to designer Angela Kelly with a string of pearls and sapphire brooch, originally gifted to Queen Victoria by husband Prince Albert, to finish.
As per previous years, the Queen also ensured that she had framed family portraits on display.
This festive season, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's leaked Christmas card photograph is proudly on display alongside a photograph of her late father, King George VI, delivering his own Christmas radio broadcast back in 1944.
A portrait of husband the Duke of Edinburgh also bagged a spot with a snap of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall beside it.
But royal enthusiasts were quick to note that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are absent from the collection despite their debut Christmas photograph as a family-of-three doing the social media rounds.
Last year, a family portrait taken to commemorate Prince Charles' 70th birthday stood on the mantelpiece with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex playing a starring role.
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The sneak preview of the Queen's festive speech comes just days after Buckingham Palace released a photograph of Her Majesty baking alongside heirs to the throne, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.
The four generations took part in the Christmas pudding extravaganza to support The Royal British Legion's 'Together at Christmas' initiative.
It is widely reported that Prince George will play a leading role in the Queen's Christmas broadcast this year, as a videographer was on hand to film the family baking and confirmed that the footage will be played during the 2019 speech.
So try not to nod off before Her Majesty graces the small screen, as the future King of England is sure to give an adorable cameo.