It Was Prince Harry’s Birthday, And People Had A Lot To Say

Prince Harry turned 35-years-old on 15th September, Price William and Meghan Markle posted sweet messages on Instagram in honor of the Duke’s birthday.

The official Instagram account Kensington Palace uploaded a picture of the two brothers smiling at each other, captioned “Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duke of Sussex today! 🎂”

Unfortunately, the post received several negative comments directed to both the Prince’s to a certain extent. Few followers felt as though the message along with the picture wasn’t heartfelt enough. They felt perhaps the bothers aren’t as close as they used to be. Few other comments were in appreciation of how at least the Kensington Palace wished Prince Harry on Instagram but the Sussex Royals hadn’t done the same for the former.

One comment read “I wonder why @sussexroyal never posts anything for William’s birthday 😐 this is class act from the Cambridges💯”. While another read “Well done. Be the bigger brother to the younger spoiled brat who didn’t post anything on William’s birthday.”

On the birthday of the Duke, the Duchess of Sussex Megan Markel also posted on Instagram as a collage of Prince Harry’s pictures from his toddler days up until now, with their baby Archie. The Duchess captioned the picture “Your service to the causes you care so deeply for inspires me every day. You are the best husband and most amazing dad to our son. We love you ❤️Happiest birthday!”

The photo compilation included a previously unseen picture of Archie. In the picture, Megan is seen sitting on a sofa holding baby Archie while Prince Harry squats down looking at Archie. The picture appears to be from 6th July, Archie’s christening day.

Prince Harry has lately been involved in an Apple TV+ docuseries. The docuseries will be about mental health, for which Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry will be the executive producers. The filmmaker Kahane Cooperman will be the showrunner. The docuseries is a step towards CB their attempt in breaking down of stigma which surrounds any conversation on mental health.

The yet-untitled docuseries will air on Apple TV+, which will launch on 1st November. To know about more shows on Apple TV+, visit the official website.

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