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The Internet Is Not Happy With the Royals’ Father’s Day Tribute, and We Think They Have a Point


On June 18, Kensington Palace released a series of sweet photos showcasing sentimental memories between Prince Charles, Prince William, and Prince Harry in celebration of Father’s Day.

One darling moment shows a much younger Charles resting his head and hands on a shepherd’s crook, while a baby-faced William and Harry copy his stance.

A second snap, taken in 2016 on the Cambridges’ family tour to Canada, shows the Duke hugging his son Prince George, 3, in a rare embrace.

It’s true the snaps are adorable to say the least, but the Palace’s decision not to include the father-of-two’s daughter, Charlotte, in their tribute has royal watchers annoyed.

“Odd there’s only picture with his son? Where’s his daughter?” one user wrote, with another adding: “Where’s Charlotte? Isn’t William also a dad to Charlotte, or do only boys matter?”

“It would have been nice for you to have included a photo of William with his daughter, too. George isn’t his only child,” another follower remarked.

As Father’s Day is a celebration for the whole family (not just of the bond between father and son), it seems fans believe a dedication to the future king’s endearing relationship with his youngest daughter would have made for a welcome addition to the message.

With her brother by her side, Princess Charlotte shone when she made another highly anticipated appearance for the annual Trooping the Color flyover in celebration of her grandma’s 91st birthday. Dressed in a pink polka-dot dress, the two-year-old sat atop mom Duchess Catherine’s hip as she followed George’s lead and waved to royal onlookers from the Buckingham Palace balcony. How cute!

Although the event was held in honor of the Queen, with their hilarious antics and animated facial expressions, these two adorable tots totally stole the show! Somehow, we aren’t all that surprised.

This post was written by Katie Skelly. For more, check out our sister site Now To Love.

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