Prince Charles praised by royal fans for 'including' Prince Harry in nostalgic tribute

Prince Charles shared a photograph from Prince Harry and Prince William's childhood on Father's Day

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Prince Charles has been praised by royal fans for including Prince Harry in his sweet Father's Day tribute shared on social media. 


A carousel of images was shared on the Clarence House social media accounts to mark Father's Day, honoring Prince Charles' late father, Prince Philip, and Duchess Camilla's father, Major Bruce Shand. 

An old photograph taken at the Balmoral Castle estate in Scotland of Prince Charles with his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, as young boys was also included in the touching upload. 

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A message from Charles and Camilla written alongside the snaps simply said, "Wishing everyone a very happy Father’s Day!"

The shot of Prince Charles with his sons shows the trio grinning on the lawn at Balmoral, with the Prince of Wales sporting a tartan kilt and red knitted knee socks. 

The comment section of Prince Charles' Father's Day post was full of kind words from royal fans, with plenty pleased to see Prince Harry pictured, despite rumors of his and Charles' strained relationship.

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"Lovely photos of Prince William and Harry with their father 👏👏👏," one commenter said. 

"Lovely to see Prince Harry included ❤️," another penned, while a third added, "
He was and is always included. They are blood."

"Love the third photo best ❤️," another fan wrote, referring to the lovely shot of the three of them. 

Prince Harry and Prince Charles are believed to have had strain on their bond since the Duke of Sussex stepped back from his royal role and moved to LA with Duchess Meghan Markle. 

Prince Harry shared details of his fall out with Charles during his and Meghan's bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview, admitting that his father had stopped taking his phone calls and cut him off financially following their decision to leave the UK.

Harry also spoke on the Dax Shepard Armchair Expert podcast about his upbringing as a royal family member, claiming he wanted to break away from the "cycle of pain and suffering" he felt he and his father had faced.