Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas Speech was filmed in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle this year.

Photo: Facebook/The Royal Family

Her Majesty will also reflect on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day.

‘For the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of that decisive battle, in a true spirit of reconciliation, those who had formerly been sworn enemies came together in friendly commemorations either side of the Channel, putting past differences behind them.

‘By being willing to put past differences behind us and move forward together, we honour the freedom and democracy once won for us at so great a cost.

Watch The Queen’s Christmas broadcast on TV, radio and online via The Royal Family’s Facebook Page tomorrow at 3.00 pm GMT in Great Britain.

The Queen’s Christmas Speech will air in Australia on ABC or ABCHD at 7.30 pm.

For the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of that decisive battle, in a true spirit of reconciliation, those who had formerly been sworn enemies came together in friendly commemorations either side of the Channel, putting past differences behind them.

By being willing to put past differences behind us and move forward together, we honour the freedom and democracy once won for us at so great a cost.

Prince Philip at Windsor Castle in 2017. Source: Royal Family/Facebook

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