Kensington Palace Issues Adorable Father’s Day Tribute, But Leaves Out Princess Charlotte
Kensington Palace tweeted out a sweet tribute to “all the fathers out there” with a couple of royal photos.
KENSINGTON PALACE TWEETS FATHER’S DAY TRIBUTE
The palace paid tribute to two living royal dads on Sunday morning, posting two photos side by side of Prince Charles with his sons William and Harry, and of Prince William holding his toddler son Prince George.
“Happy Father’s Day,” the post was captioned. “Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day.”
Happy Father’s Day. Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day pic.twitter.com/Lgm0ZnOCMT
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) June 18, 2017
The first was taken on a father-son trek through the moors, striking poses with their walking canes. The second was taken during the royal family’s tour of Canada last year.
Mostly, the post garnered praise, but some pointed out that William and Princess Kate‘s other child Princess Charlotte was missing from the photo. “Hope for better pics next time to include both children,” said one Twitter user. Many others repeated the sentiment.
Thus far, Kensington Palace has not updated its original post. One user, however, replied to the original tweet and with a few pictures of William that included Charlotte.
Happy Father’s day ?? pic.twitter.com/jZwLaX20aN
— ❤? (@katemiddlephoto) June 18, 2017