Prince Harry’s last message from Queen Elizabeth II featured a heartfelt message and photograph, despite tensions with the Royal Family.
The Duke of Sussex, who turns 39 today (September 15), spent his birthday last year with grief following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The longest reigning Monarch sadly passed away on September 8 with her funeral taking place on September 19.
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Harry celebrated his birthday while his father King Charles took the throne and his late grandma was awaiting to make her final resting place.
Her final birthday message to her grandson was for his 37th birthday in 2021 with Elizabeth II’s social team writing a heartfelt message.
The Royal Family's social media accounts uploaded four pictures of Harry on his birthday, including one with Meghan in Australia in 2018 and another of the Duke with schoolchildren in Botswana.
Queen Elizabeth II's final birthday message to Prince Harry read: "Wishing The Duke of Sussex a happy birthday today!"
Harry has been seen in the UK recently, having given a speech at the WellChild Awards before paying his respect to the late Queen at George's Chapel in Windsor.
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The Duke also headed to Germany for the Invictus Games, where he was joined by wife Meghan Markle.
Harry was seen enjoying himself and gave a confident speech during the opening ceremony, a stark contrast to his emotions around this time last year.
A body language expert claimed that his face looked "etched in sadness" while marching behind the Queen's coffin.
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Speaking to the Daily Star at the time, the Face Whisperer Adrianne Carter said: "Sadness on the close-up of Harry's face is clearly visible. It must be a terrible reminder of when he made this walk for his mother as a young boy."
Harry’s birthday has been sounded by heartbreak from a young age after his mother Princess Diana tragically died in a Paris car crash in 1997.
Her death came just weeks away from Harry’s thirteenth birthday.
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