Prince Harry left out of Charles’ video background AGAIN as he shares sweet snap with the Queen, William & George

PRINCE Harry has been left out of his dad Charles' video background yet again – after he shared a sweet family snap excluding his second son.

The Prince of Wales, 72, hailed the "incomparable" D-Day veterans on the 77th anniversary of the Normandy landings, in a video message shared today.

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But, for the second time in two weeks, Charles shared a picture of him with the Queen, Prince William and young George, seven, as his video background.

The heir to the throne has been taking video calls from his offices at Birkhall or Highgrove during the pandemic.

Often a collection of family photos are seen behind him, including pictures of Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, with their son Archie.

But today the Sussexes and their son were absent from the photo positioned behind Charles once again.

The relationship between Charles and Harry has been strained since Megxit.

Harry blasted Charles's parenting and said he moved to California to "break the cycle of pain" for his wife Meghan in an explosive podcast chat last month.

Harry claimed his dad “suffered” due to his upbringing by the Queen and Philip, then “treated me the way he was treated”.

Charles was said to have been "boiling with anger" over the "personal attacks" in Harry's recent Apple TV documentary.

There was also the explosive Oprah interview, which experts warned has done "long-term damage" to Meghan and Harry's relationship with his family.

Today's favoured snap shows the line of succession to the Crown – with the reigning monarch the Queen, first in line to the throne Charles, second heir William and third in line Charles.

Dad-of-two Charles is known to be in favour of a slimmed-down monarchy in the Royals' future.

Yesterday, we revealed how Harry lost his HRH title at Princess Diana exhibition after lending mum’s wedding dress to Royal Collection Trust.

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