Prince Harry and Meghan Markle weren’t able to celebrate Charles III’s birthday publicly on his big day.
Royal fans believe the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “disrespected” the new king, who turned 74 on Monday, for not sharing their words publicly.
Meanwhile, Kate and William and Prince and Princess of Wales publicly celebrated the monarch’s birthday and shared a photo of Charles on Twitter.
The royal family’s official Twitter account, which provides updates on the King, Queen and other senior royals, also uploaded a video of a band of Royal Guards celebrating Happy Birthday at the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have opted not to share a public message on Archwell’s website, last updated on Sunday, though it’s unclear if they have spoken privately with the monarch.
It should be mentioned here that Harry and Meghan left Facebook last year after lashing out at the “hate” they experienced online. I haven’t posted to Royal’s Instagram account.
Maybe that’s why Lilibet and Archie’s father wasn’t able to celebrate Charles’ birthday publicly, but fans know the couple shared a few words on Archwell’s website, which makes all the necessary announcements. I think we did it.
Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex likewise don’t seem to have social media pages. Prince Andrew’s Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages have been deleted after he was stripped of his military affiliation and royal support earlier this year.
Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, did not share their birthday messages to the King on their social media pages.