Kensington Palace Shared a Father's Day Instagram, but 3 Very Important People Were Left Out
In honor of Father's Day, Kensington Palace posted an Instagram featuring Prince William and Prince Charles. The caption simply read, "Happy Father’s Day!"
In the first shot of the Instagram slideshow (you can click on the white arrow to go to the next image), Prince William is playing with Prince Louis in Kate Middleton's RHS Back to Nature Garden as part of this year's Chelsea Flower Show. The next image depicts Prince William and his father, Prince Charles, walking in front of a helicopter, most likely from when Prince William served in the Royal Air Force as a search-and-rescue pilot.
However, fans were upset to not see three important people in these shots. For starters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are noticeably absent from the Kensington Palace post...so we now know who the Cambridges' fave child is (JK, JK).
Also, while William's dad is honored, Kate Middleton's dad is not. (Sorry, Michael.)
The @SussexRoyal account also posted a Father's Day tribute to Prince Harry, and revealed a new picture of baby Archie playing with dad Prince Harry's hand. They captioned the post, "Happy Father’s Day! And wishing a very special first Father’s Day to The Duke of Sussex."
So, was it a royal snub to George, Char and Michael? Or just royal oversight? (Likely the latter.)
Whatever the case, we'll never turn down a pic of 14-month-old Louis.