HARRY and Meghan were left out of the Queen’s annual Christmas address for the second year in a row.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had caused Her Majesty a headache when they revealed they were quitting royal life — and in January moved to North America.
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The past 12 months has been dominated by Covid-19, while Harry and Meghan made a life in California.
The couple were said to be offended when they were missing from family photos on the Queen’s desk during her 2019 address.
But this year, the couple, along with scandal-hit Prince Andrew, were also missing from the video montage round-up of royal events.
Footage of senior royals, including Prince William and Kate at work during the pandemic, was screened to millions in the speech.
But there was still no sign of the Sussexes.
Her Majesty included images from Kate’s Hold Still Covid-19 picture project.
There was also footage from International Nurses Day with Edward and Sophie Wessex, and a focus on the engagements carried out by Prince Charles and Camilla.
Many of these included virtual exchanges as they had taken place during the lockdowns.
The Queen featured herself in several clips — including alongside daughter Princess Anne in a call to the Carers Trust.
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