- Kensington Palace’s Father’s Day post for Prince William didn’t include Princess Charlotte or Prince George.
- Fans are calling the palace out on Instagram and slamming them for rejecting William’s other kids-not to mention Kate Middleton’s dad.
The internet is currently somewhat upset over Kensington Palace’s Instagram post celebrating Father’s Day, which features pictures of Prince William with his son Prince Louis and with his dad, Prince Charles.
Missing from the photos: Prince William’s other children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, not to mention Kate Middleton’s father, Michael Middleton.
“Royal Watchers” have taken to the comments to question Kensington Palace excluding the other family members, and honestly, everyone’s being incredibly salty. “Apparently, Kate doesn’t have a dad and William only has one child,” one person wrote, while another mused, “KP made no effort at all in making this post. Where are pictures of him with his two other children? Hm, KP?”
But wait, there’s more. Behold: “WAIT WHAT? Who posted this...you know you have 3 children...and where is Kate’s father? Your family is so beautiful, you mean to tell me you can’t pose for one photo of the 3 kids and both the grandfathers?”
Obviously Prince William cares about all three of his children. And obviously, Kate Middleton loves her dad-and if she had a private Instagram account, he’d probably be all over it! Whoever runs Kensington Palace’s account, however-and I’m guessing it’s not the actual royals-probably just chose a couple pics on the fly and went with it, so let’s all calm down.
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