Father’s Day was celebrated this weekend in the United Kingdom, and across the country many people took to social media to pay homage to their beloved fathers.
The British royal family is no exception, and the Prince and Princess of Wales have taken to Instagram to post a Father’s Day greeting. They did just that with two new photos of Prince William (40) and their three children, Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (8) and Prince Louis (5).
“happy Father’s Day!” They wrote in this post.
In the photos, William is seen surrounded by his three children, all with big smiles and matching outfits in shades of blue.
However, what most people might not notice at first glance is the tribute hidden in the new photos. The tribute is intended for the late Queen Elizabeth. He writes daily Mail.
The bench the family is sitting on was put up at Frogmore in Windsor in 2016, for the Queen’s 90th birthday.
From the bench inside a log cabin, you can enjoy a view of the lake at Frogmore. The location is a short distance from the Heirloom couple’s home in Windsor.
King Charles, 74, also celebrated Father’s Day on Instagram. Three photos and the following text were posted on the royal family’s account:
“To dads everywhere, we wish you a special Father’s Day today.”
The first photo in the carousel is of King Charles and his father, Prince Philip, who passed away in 2021.
Furthermore, a photo of Queen Camilla, 75, and her father was shared, and a retrospective in the form of an old photo of the monarch himself with his two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.
The photo of Charles and his two sons got a lot of attention in the comments section. according to PageSix The photo is said to have been taken on August 16, 1997 – two weeks before the brothers’ mother, Princess Diana, died in a car accident.
At this time, Harry, William and Charles were at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
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