Queen Elizabeth presents Prince Philip a Christmas brooch.

Queen Elizabeth II will be honoring her late husband, prince Philip, this Christmas. The monarch, 95 years old, was photographed wearing the sapphire and chrysanthemum brooch that she wore to a photocall in 1947 on her honeymoon. This was her first glimpse at her Christmas Day address. To mark the season, the queen wore the piercing blue brooch with a bright red garment.

This will be the queen’s 69th Christmas Day broadcast. However, it will be her first without her husband of 73 years, who died in April at 99.

The brooch has been worn by the queen on many occasions during their marriage. It was fastened to a pale-blue frock on a tour to Broadlands in 2007 and again for their 70th anniversary.

The queen also placed the brooch and a photo of the prince and herself on her desk at Windsor Castle’s White Drawing Room. This is where she will be celebrating the holidays. She always displays a variety of family photos at her desk during her annual address. But this year, the photo of the couple shines through.

The Queen’s Annual Speech will be broadcast across the United Kingdom. However, viewers outside the United Kingdom will be able watch it via the YouTube channel of the Royal Family.

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According to ET, despite fears that the queen would be isolated after the cancellation of her family’s pre-Christmas meal as a “precautionary” decision due to the rising transmissible COVID-19 variant, “Prince Charles” and Camilla will join Her Majesty at Christmas at Windsor,” an ET insider said.

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Queen Elizabeth presents Prince Philip a Christmas brooch.

ET has learned that Prince Edward, Sophie, their children, Lady Louise, Viscount James and Prince Andrew’s families, all who live near Windsor Castle intend to meet with the queen during the holidays.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, 6 years old, and Prince Louis, 3 years old, will be staying at Anmer Hall, Sandringham Estate. With Kate’s parents, they have spent many years at Buckle bury in Berkshire. The Cambridges have not yet made a formal statement regarding their plans. ET was told by a family source that details are still being worked out about how Windsor Castle’s transfer will impact Christmas arrangements.

For the second consecutive year, the queen will spend the holidays at Windsor. This announcement comes one day after Princess Anne (the queen’s daughter) was forced to be isolated when her husband, Timothy Laurence tested positive for COVID.

Due to health issues, Her Majesty cancelled several engagements over the past months. Some of these responsibilities have since been resumed, but many of them are virtual. She has also cancelled several scheduled appearances to preserve her health.

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