The Duke and Duchess of Sussex painted the Royal Family as an uncaring, racist institution.
Channel 4's 2020 Alternative Christmas Address used a real image of The Queen, manipulated by digital technology.
The artificially rendered version of the monarch is played by actress Debra Stephenson.
The Crown star Olivia Colman has said she swore when she met Queen Elizabeth II - the figure she portrays on the Netflix series
It is exactly six miles as the crow flies from Windsor Castle to the winning post at Ascot and if you listened very, very carefully you could almost make out the roar of delight.
The monarch addressed the nation in a rare speech as she thanked key workers and told viewers 'we will meet again'.
If the Queen was to contract coronavirus, her son Prince Andrew and grandson Prince Harry could be called on to represent her.
The Queen was photographed with her gloves on as she gave out investitures on Tuesday but she had them back off again for her Wednesday audiences.
The Times said the “line of succession” photo upset the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Andrew was absent from the family's traditional Christmas Day service.
The Duke of York is still expected to attend Trooping the Colour and Remembrance Sunday events in 2020.