Why royal fans are branding Prince William’s Father’s Day tribute unfair

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  • Prince William celebrated Father’s Day yesterday with his three children, but a post on Kensington Palace’s official social media accounts left fans confused…

    The dad-of-three was probably spoiled by his little ones on what was his sixth time celebrating Father’s Day.

    The special day was marked on the Cambridge’s official social media accounts with a post that included a picture of William and little Louis, and another of William with dad Prince Charles.

    Alongside the two photos, the caption read: ‘Happy Father’s Day!’

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    Happy Father’s Day!

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    While many fans gushed about the sweet snap of William and Louis, other fans branded the post ‘unfair’, as only one of William’s three kids was featured.

    One fan said: ‘Why only Louis? Why not George and Charlotte? They are The eldest children! They should have posted the Christmas Photo where there is all the Cambridge kids!’

    Another commented: ‘KP [Kensington Palace] made no effort at all in making this post. Where are pictures of him with his two other children?’

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    A third wrote: ‘He’s got THREE children, why just the photo with Louis?’

    ‘Where’s the rest of the family? I’m sorry but this is very tacky and unfair to the other children’ a fourth royal fan also wrote.

    As well as failing to include George and Charlotte, others also pointed out that there was no tribute to Kate (or Diana) on Mother’s Day.

    One said: ‘It’s strange that there was no post for Mother’s Day 🤔 maybe there’ll be one next year.’

    Prince Harry’s first Father’s Day was celebrated on his and Meghan’s Instagram account with an adorable snap of little Archie holding on to his dad’s finger.

    Last month, the pair also shared a special snap on the American Mother’s Day, to mark Meghan’s first time celebrating the occasion.

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