FEATURED: In the Monarchs first Christmas speech in 1952 aged 26, just months after the death of her father, King George VI: The Royal Family’s Instagram account has shared a throwback to the Queen’s first televised speech in 1957 according to @MailOnline #AceHistoryDesk reports

#AceHistoryReport – Dec.10: The monarch, now 93, was given the daunting task of delivering the first Christmas speech in 1952 aged 26, just months after the death of her father, King George VI: And five years later, at 31, Queen Elizabeth gave her first televised Christmas speech from Buckingham Palace, calling it a landmark day’ and giving a nod to her grandfather George V for starting the festive tradition on the radio: This week the Queen’s Instagram shared a throwback to the black and white speech, with fans commenting on how young she looked.

The Royal Family's Instagram account has shared a throwback to the Queen's first televised speech in 1957

The Royal Family’s Instagram account has shared a throwback to the Queen’s first televised speech in 1957

Dressed in a glitzy evening gown and the three-string pearl necklace gifted to her by her father King George when she turned 21 – a piece the monarch still wears – the Queen can be seen sitting by the piano, alongside a framed picture of Prince Charles and Princess Anne: The Queen says: ‘Twenty-five years ago, my grandfather broadcast the first of these messages: ‘Today is another landmark, because television has made it possible for many of you to see me in your homes on Christmas Day.’………The caption reads: ‘1957 saw The Queen’s first televised Christmas message, broadcast live from the Long Library at Sandringham, Norfolk.

Speaking from Buckingham Palace, calling it a landmark day' and giving a nod to her grandfather George V for starting the festive tradition on the radio

Speaking from Buckingham Palace, calling it a landmark day’ and giving a nod to her grandfather George V for starting the festive tradition on the radio

The caption reads: '1957 saw The Queen’s first televised Christmas message, broadcast live from the Long Library at Sandringham, Norfolk.'

The caption reads: ‘1957 saw The Queen’s first televised Christmas message, broadcast live from the Long Library at Sandringham, Norfolk.’

‘The Queen’s grandfather, King George V broadcast the first Christmas message in 1932: ‘The text for King George’s speech was written by poet and writer Rudyard Kipling and included the words, “I speak now from my home and from my heart to you all.”’Gushing about the Queen, one follower noted: ‘She was so young! She sound like a baby’…………..’So incredibly regal,’ while one said: And what a true privilege it must have been to be able to see and hear Her Majesty for the first time!

Gushing about the Queen, one follower noted: 'She was so young! She sound like a baby'

Gushing about the Queen, one follower noted: ‘She was so young! She sound like a baby’

Dressed in a glitzy evening gown and the three-string pearl necklace gifted to her by her father King George when she turned 21 - a piece the monarch still wears - the Queen can be seen sitting by the piano, alongside a framed picture of Prince Charles and Princess Anne

Dressed in a glitzy evening gown and the three-string pearl necklace gifted to her by her father King George when she turned 21 – a piece the monarch still wears – the Queen can be seen sitting by the piano, alongside a framed picture of Prince Charles and Princess Anne

1952: Months after the death of her father, King George VI, a 26-year-old Queen Elizabeth took on the daunting task of delivering the Christmas speech from Sandringham, pictured

1952: Months after the death of her father, King George VI, a 26-year-old Queen Elizabeth took on the daunting task of delivering the Christmas speech from Sandringham, pictured

1998: The broadcast features framed black and white photographs of Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in the background of the shot, pictured

1998: The broadcast features framed black and white photographs of Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in the background of the shot, pictured

2018: Last year the Queen's message paid tribute to her son Prince Charles' 70th birthday with a black and white photograph of her with her son as a baby seen on her desk, pictured

2018: Last year the Queen’s message paid tribute to her son Prince Charles’ 70th birthday with a black and white photograph of her with her son as a baby seen on her desk, pictured

In 1952, dressed in a classic suit, the Queen took her seat behind a desk at Sandringham, Norfolk, where equipment had been set up to record her first Christmas message for radio: In her message, she paid tribute to her late father, and asked people to remember her at the time of her Coronation the following June: She also thanked the public for their support in the 10 months since her ascension to the throne.

#AceHistoryDesk reports ……….Published: Dec.10: 2019:

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