Kensington Palace have shared father and son photos of Prince William with Prince Charles and with his son Prince George to celebrate Father’s Day. Alongside the older picture was a new one of William, cuddling his son Prince George, which was taken while they were in Canada late past year.
The message read, “Happy Father’s Day”.
The first was a throwback snap of Charles with princes William and Harry.
In the second photo Prince William is seen cradling his three-year-old son George during the family’s tour of Canada last September.
“Happy Father’s Day. Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day”, it captioned the images.
However, social media users were quick to comment on the tribute and ask why there was no mention of William and Kate Middleton’s daughter, Princess Charlotte.
“Where’s a photo with Charlotte?” said one Twitter user. Where’s his daughter?’, asked one user.
A third commentator opted for: “Odd there’s only picture with his son?”
Yesterday, 3-year-old George stole the show at the Trooping the Colours parade, pulling faces through a window and on the balcony as the royals celebrated the Queen’s birthday.
Kensington Palace appeared to make a huge blunder on Twitter after they left someone rather important out of a Father’s Day tribute to Prince William.
All the photos span four generations of the Royal Family.