December 24, 2018

Queen Elizabeth chose an elegant white dress with ornate silver lace for her Christmas broadcast

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Queen Elizabeth's Christmas message is set to air tomorrow and is expected to revolve around the importance of love, peace and respect for one another.

The Monarch will be releasing her annual holiday message on Tuesday, December 25, 2018, and will also speak of family and friendship.

Through an excerpt shared by Buckingham Palace, the 92-year-old will address her take on faith and goodwill, and how both are needed more than ever.

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SHARPLY DRESSED FOR THE OCCASION

Wearing an ivory silk cocktail dress, a design by Angela Kelly, and a brooch given to her by Prince Philip in 1966, the Queen sat in the White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace to record the Christmas message.

"Through the many changes I have seen over the years - faith, family and friendship have been not only a constant for me but a source of personal comfort and reassurance"

Queen Elizabeth, Twitter, December 23, 2018

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A BUSY YEAR

According to the head of the Royal Family, who has occupied the throne for the past 66 years, people should respect each other despite all their differences.

This may be a reference to Prince Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle, a U.S.-born actress who left behind a life in front of the cameras to become the Duchess of Sussex.

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But the royal wedding was simply one of the highlights of the year, which also included the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton's third child, Prince Louis, and Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank.

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THE MEETING WITH DONALD TRUMP

Trump's trip to Britain was also a first for Queen Elizabeth, who, throughout the years, had the pleasure of meeting a total of 12 United States Presidents.

The visit, however, was marked by controversy as the mogul managed to break protocol by arriving 15 minutes late, keeping the Queen waiting, and walking in front of her, something that should never be done.

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