Kate Middleton and Prince William’s New Post Sparks Social Media Frenzy

Kate Middleton and Prince William have set social media ablaze with their latest post, sending a strong message to Prince Harry that has left royal fans divided.

The future king’s latest move seems to underscore the deep rift between the brothers.

To mark Father’s Day, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared a childhood picture of Prince William with King Charles on their official social media accounts.

Notably absent from the throwback photo was Prince Harry, a detail that did not go unnoticed by many of Harry’s supporters.

The post quickly sparked controversy, with some fans questioning the absence of Harry.

One commenter wrote, “Where’s Harry?” while another added, “King Charles has two sons.”

The exclusion led some to criticize William, interpreting the post as a clear signal that his feud with Harry is beyond repair.

Despite the backlash, many of William’s supporters defended his choice. “Why are so many people asking about Harry? It’s Father’s Day, not Brother’s Day.

William doesn’t have to celebrate for both of them,” one fan wrote. Another commented, “This is WILLIAM’S page.

If Harry wanted to, he could post his own. I don’t expect my siblings to post pictures of me to celebrate our parents.”

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One fan pointed out, “It’s from William to his father. Why harp on about Harry in this? Harry can do his own post. If his wife lets him.”

Royal expert Russell Myers weighed in on the matter on the talk show Lorraine, noting the significance of William choosing to share a photo of just himself and King Charles.

Myers suggested that this decision highlights the ongoing tension between William and Harry, indicating that the feud between the royal brothers is no better at present.

The Father’s Day post has thus become a flashpoint for royal watchers, illustrating the continuing complexities and public scrutiny of the relationships within the British royal family.