This year's message will also contain footage of Prince Harry presenting awards recently to 10 "children of courage" - young people who have faced adversity or shown great presence of mind or selflessness in their lives.
The broadcast, in which the Queen speaks about the recent 60th birthday of the Prince of Wales, will also contain private footage of Charles as a small child.
The Queen traditionally delivers her address from Buckingham Palace's Music Room.
She stands in front of a grand piano that displays family photographs, with a large Christmas tree in the background.
The Queen's Christmas message will be broadcast, as usual, at 1500 GMT.
Produced by the BBC, it will also be available on the Royal Channel on the YouTube website at the same time, and is also shown in Commonwealth countries.
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