The Queen has delivered her annual Christmas broadcast to the UK and the Commonwealth.
In her speech, which was highly anticipated following a year overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic, the 94-year-old monarch reflected on the past year and spoke of her pride in the nation, saying: "In the United Kingdom and around the world, people have risen magnificently to the challenges of the year, and I am so proud and moved by this quiet, indomitable spirit. To our young people in particular I say thank you for the part you have played."
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Her Majesty could be seen wearing a rich purple Angela Kelly dress and a Queen Mother diamond and mother of pearl shell brooch, which was designed by Lord Courtauld-Thomson and made in 1919.
The brooch was left to The Queen Mother in 1944 by his sister, Winifred Hope Thomson.
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Next to the Queen, a touching photo of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh could be seen alongside a beautiful twinkling Christmas tree.
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The speech was pre-recorded in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle and is always televised at 3pm on Christmas Day.
It's been a very unusual Christmas for the Queen and Prince Philip, who have spent the day at Windsor Castle for the first time in more than 30 years.
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