Kate Middleton and Prince William put on a brave face after Prince Harry snubs Queen in explosive interview

PRINCE William and Kate Middleton put on a brave face today after Harry snubbed the Queen in an explosive interview.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Disasters Emergency Committee HQ in London on the Queen's birthday.

There, the couple discussed the group's support for people affected by the conflict in Ukraine, where Putin's forces have displaced millions.

Their visit came hours after Prince Harry sparked a fresh row by announcing on US TV that he is “protecting” the Queen.

The Duke of Sussex claimed on NBC Today he was ensuring Her Majesty has “got the right people around her”.

Palace aides were left reeling by the “breathtaking arrogance” of Harry, who until last week had not seen his gran for more than a year.

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In comments beamed around the world, Harry, 37, said he was not sure whether or not he would take up the invitation to attend Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in June — blaming “security issues” and “everything else” for his indecision.

In the interview with presenter Hoda Kotb at his Invictus Games, the father of two also revealed private details of his and Meghan’s secret “clear the air” conversation with the Queen and Prince Charles at Windsor Castle last Thursday.

It was the first time the Sussexes had seen Her Majesty together in more than two years since they left the UK for a new life in California.

Today mark's the Queen's 96th birthday.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge called the monarch an "inspiration to so many" as they shared sweet family snaps this morning.

One image showed William, Kate and the Queen at the Duchess's Chelsea Flower Show garden in 2019.

Another saw the Queen and Prince Philip with seven of their great-grandkids in a snap taken by Kate herself.

Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte are seen with Peter Phillip's daughters Savannah and Isla – and Zara and Mike Tindall’s children Lena and Mia.

Meanwhile, Prince Charles and Camilla also shared their own message to the Queen on their Clarence House Twitter page.

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The Queen's eldest son and the Duchess of Cornwall shared several images of the monarch on engagements.

A sweet throwback pic showed the Queen with a young Prince Charles and Princess Anne greeting supporters.

On the Cambridges' official Twitter account, William and Kate wrote: "Wishing Her Majesty The Queen a very happy 96th birthday today!

"An inspiration to so many across the UK, the Commonwealth and the world, it’s particularly special to be celebrating in this Platinum Jubilee year."

Charles and Camilla added: "Wishing Her Majesty The Queen a particularly special 96th birthday today, as we celebrate her Platinum Jubilee year."

The Royal Family's official Instagram account also shared a sweet baby picture of the Queen to mark the day.

A post read: "Today as the Queen turns 96, we’re sharing this photograph taken when she was two-years-old.

"Then Princess Elizabeth, she was the eldest daughter of The Duke and Duchess of York and was never expected to become Queen.

"Her life changed in 1936 when her uncle, King Edward VIII abdicated, her father became King George VI and the young Princess became the heir presumptive.

"Following the sad death of her father in 1952, Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II aged just 25, and this year is celebrating 70 years on the throne – a first in British history."

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