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Queen Elizabeth II spoke about her precious great-grandson, royal baby, Prince George, in reflecting on the past year during her annual Christmas speech.

"Here at home, my own family it is a little larger this Christmas," the 87-year-old monarch said in a video message recorded at Buckingham Palace.

"As so many of you will know, the arrival of a baby gives everyone the chance to contemplate the future, with renewed happiness and hope," the Queen said.

"For the new parents, life will never be quite the same again."

The speech features never before seen footage of Prince George taken after his christening as four generations of royals posed for the official portraits.

The Queen said the christening was a "happy occasion."

For Prince William and Kate Middleton, life will never be the same indeed. In a good way. The new parents seem like naturals and happy as ever.

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Official portraits of Prince William and Kate Middleton with their baby son, Prince George, taken after the young royal was christened, have been released.

Thursday, the Palace unveiled four images taken by celebrity photographer Jason Bell, who documented the historic moment for the royal family.

Clearly, Prince George was pretty stoked for the event ...

Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince George

Taken in the Morning Room at Clarence House following Prince George's christening Wednesday, the infant takes center stage throughout the series.

His always fashionable mom (follow the link for a Kate Middleton fashion breakdown) steals the show as well. And William's alright too. Just kidding.

In another photo, Queen Elizabeth II, 87, poses with her three heirs in son Prince Charles, 64, grandson Prince William, 31, and 3-month-old Prince George.

Check it out after the jump ...

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Queen Elizabeth II can't wait to be a great-grandmother and meet her youngest heir(ess) ... if only the royal baby would show up one of these days.

Asked by one of her adoring subjects yesterday if she's hoping Kate Middleton gives birth to a boy or girl, Her Royal Highness said "I don't think I mind."

“I would very much like it to arrive,” she joked, visiting a group of children.

“I’m going on holiday soon!” the feisty 87-year-old added.

The Duchess of Cambridge is due any day now, just as HRH is set to take her annual summer vacation at her Balmoral estate in Scotland.

We're all on pins and needles waiting for Kate Middleton to give birth ... but if Queen Elizabeth II can't motivate that royal baby, clearly it's got its own timetable.

What do you think it will be?

 

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