We're now a day away from Queen Elizabeth's annual Christmas speech.
Every year, people around the world tune in for the Queen's year-end address. This year will be a bit different, however, as the 95-year-old is expected to pay tribute following the death of her husband Prince Philip.
The Queen honours Prince Philip in Christmas speech 2021
The Queen has recorded her speech at Windsor Castle, and a preview photo has been released ahead of Christmas Day. Already, you can spot several tributes to Prince Philip, including a nice picture of the Queen and her husband front and centre.
But there's more than just the framed photo. The Queen, wearing a red woollen dress, accessorized with her sapphire chrysanthemum brooch.
It's the same brooch she wore for her and Philip's 1947 honeymoon photoshoot and on their 50th anniversary in 2007. Only, the Queen has now moved it to her right side, and there's speculation she did so to signify that she's in mourning.
For more on the Queen's Christmas speech and tributes to Prince Philip, please watch the video above.
Queen Elizabeth will be staying in Windsor over the holidays and is expected to be joined there by at least Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla.