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By Rebecca Merriman On December 10, 2012

The Queen Makes History With First 3D Christmas Day Message

Elizabeth II will be literally bursting out the TV screens

We've had 3D 'Harry Potter', 'The Dark Knight Rises' and even The Wimbledon final and now it's time for the Queen to go all 21st century as she gears up for her first three dimensional Christmas Day speech.

The monarch, who made her first Christmas radio address in 1952, filmed the annual speech last Friday using hi-tech cameras. For those with 3D TVs and special glasses will be able to see the monarch a whole lot better come Christmas day thanks to the state of the art message.

The Queen goes to church on Christmas morning last year, (Splash News)

The Queen, who celebrated the Diamond Jubilee in 2012, will no doubt focus on the celebrations that took place across the country and the commonwealth as well as the London Olympics. But for anyone who was hoping for another James Bond-themed video will be bitterly disappointed as it appears the ageing monarch will keep her feet firmly on the ground for the speech.

It is also believed the Queen will not mention the news that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a child. The royal couple had hoped to keep the news under wraps until around Christmas day, after the usual safe 12 week period but were forced to reveal the news after the Duchess was hospitalised last week for severe morning sickness.

Prince Charles, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry (Splash News)

It's unknown if the couple will join the rest of the royal family at Sandringham, the Queen's private Norfolk estate for the holidays. It's quite busy over the festive seasons with five outfit changes a day - not exactly the relaxing holiday the Duchess probably needs!

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