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Prince Charles shares throwback photos with Harry, William and Philip for Father’s Day


Prince Charles shares throwback photos with Harry, William and Philip for Father’s Day


On Father’s Day, Prince Charles posted a throwback picture of himself with Prince Harry after the Mail on Sunday reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were enraged that Charles would not declare his grandson Archie a prince.

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The photograph was shot at the Cirencester Park Polo Cup in 2004 and shows Charles smiling with both of his sons. It was the same photograph he posted on Father’s Day last year.

“Whether you are a Father, a Dad, a Daddy or a Pa, wishing you a Happy Father’s Day!” the caption said. Fans reacted quickly, with one commenting, “Wishing your highness a lovely Father’s Day,” and another, “Lovely photo of the Prince of Wales and his two sons!”

The picture sparked a flurry of responses from royal enthusiasts on Twitter and Instagram.

The heir apparent also posted two more pictures of himself as a newborn with the late Prince Philip, as well as one of Camilla with her late father, Bruce Shand.


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Charles is unlikely to meet other members of the Royal Family on Father’s Day since they have been separated during the coronavirus quarantine at homes throughout the nation.

Charles was not the only royal to post Father’s Day photos. William thrilled royal fans on Saturday when he shared two new pictures of himself with his three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. The Duke was not only celebrating Father’s Day, but also his birthday. The photos were shot in the grounds of Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where the Cambridges have been holed up since the coronavirus epidemic began.

According to recent rumors, Charles’ relationship with Harry is tense.

It follows claims that Charles intends to guarantee that his grandson Archie never receives the title of Prince as part of his plans for a slimmed-down monarchy.

Charles reportedly informed them that he would alter crucial legal papers to guarantee that Archie does not become a prince, citing a source close to Harry and Markle.

It is believed that his decision is what sparked the slew of allegations leveled against Charles and other members of the Firm from America by the Sussexes.

Traditionally, a sovereign’s grandchild has inherited the title automatically. However, according to the Mail on Sunday, Charles intends to reduce the monarchy once he becomes king. According to the study, only the heirs to the monarch and their close relatives will get titles, financial assistance, and police protection.

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