Though the british queen Elizabeth's traditional speech on christmas day have not yet been broadcast on british tv screens, then the speech already 'talk of the town'.
Monday was a preview of the recorded speech namely released. So did a picture of the Queen, where she sits in front of his desk and talk to the people.
And here has the row of family photos on the desktop caused a stir. Or the lack of same, can one also say.
For while there are photographs by, among others, prince Charles and his wife Camilla, and prince Philip, so conspicuous prince Harry, the duchess Meghan, and their son Archie by their absence.
That the pair and their betting the son of god is not to look at the queen's desk evokes the extra attention, because it is their first christmas as a family of three, and because they do not keep christmas along with the rest of the royal family.
Prince Harry and the duchess Meghan must instead keep christmas in Canada.
According to the british media will duchess Meghans mother encounter for, while the pair also need to celebrate the holidays with Meghans best friend Jessica Mulroney and his family.
Prince Harry's brother, William, his wife Kate and the couple's three children, on the other hand will celebrate christmas with the royal family.
however, It is not unprecedented that certain royal family members set off and celebrate christmas far away from queen Elizabeth.
So have prince William and Kate previously held christmas with Kate's family.
A second, which is conspicuous by its absence on the queen's desk during the speech on christmas day, is the scandal hit prince Andrew.
the Queen's son has been linked with the now-deceased sex-accused Jeffrey Epstein.
the Prince tried recently to take distance to Epstein in an interview on the BBC. An interview, which was subsequently ridiculed the world over.
Shortly after the announced prince Andrew, that he resigned from his official duties.
The 93-year-old queen Elizabeth's christmas speech will also focus on how the country must be reconciled after the brexit-the drama.
"Jesus has taught us how small steps taken in faith and hope can overcome differences and deep-rooted divisions and create harmony and understanding. The road is of course not always smooth and at certain times in the year has been quite bumpy, but small steps can make a world of difference," will the queen among other things to say.Updated Date: 24 December 2019, 09:00