It’s watched by millions of people around the world, but according to reports, the Queen has yet to film her Christmas Day speech.
For years, Queen Elizabeth II has spoken to the nation on Christmas Day, sending them well-wishes and a message of hope for the year ahead and it’s usually filmed in early December.
However, as Brexit talks reach boiling point, Her Majesty is apparently holding off on putting pen to paper until she sees what the outcome is.
"Normally she films it in early December, certainly by the middle of the month, but this time it's later than usual," a source told The Sun.
"There's talk it could happen on Wednesday or Thursday. The country could be a very different place by then with us possibly leaving the EU without a deal."
The Queen’s Christmas Day speech is usually filmed in Buckingham Palace, however this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, it will likely take place in Windsor Castle.
The Queen and Prince Philip have decided for the first time in 30 years that they will celebrate Christmas alone at Windsor Castle.
Prince Charles and wife Camilla are going to be in Highgrove in Gloucestershire.
Last week, it was revealed that Prince William and Kate Middleton still haven’t decided where they will spend Christmas Day with their three children.
With the three households rule, it will make things difficult for Kate and William as Kate has two siblings, brother James and sister Pippa, so if they were all to go to her parents' home in Bucklebury they would be exceeding the household limit.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will likely remain in the US for Christmas as it's been revealed the Duke of Sussex is "not ready" to return to the UK.
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