Prince Charles used social media to wish him a happy birthday, but he didn’t mention Harry or Meghan – though he did share a photo of Harry holding the boy.
Happy birthday to Archie, who turns two today. 🎂
📸 Chris Allerton pic.twitter.com/HwvTBzphJu
— The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall (@ClarenceHouse) May 6, 2021
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And, of course, Charles is now being accused of snubbing Meghan by posting what he did.
That’s great. He ought to ignore her. After what she did to him and his family, why wouldn’t he?
“Happy two-year birthday to Archie,” Charles tweeted alongside a picture of himself with Archie and Harry.
Supporters of Meghan took to Twitter to point out that she was missing from the picture.
“How sad! One social media user tweeted, “It’s a sad state of affairs when the supposed future king cuts the mother of his grandchild out of the picture he chooses to post.” “Yes, they haven’t seen Archie in over a year, yet to leave Meghan out… It would just add fuel to the tabloid flames. #Archie,” she says.
“It’s a lovely photograph, but where is Meghan?” “Why wouldn’t you call him your grandson and why cut his mother off?” another added, with a third writing, Have you made many mistakes yourself, or have you forgotten? This isn’t going to help at all.”
This comes after a royal source said that Charles “will never forgive” Harry and Meghan for their explosive Oprah Winfrey interview.
“The way things are going, Charles can never forgive Harry, which hasn’t gone over well with Elizabeth,” the source said. “She believes he is putting his ego ahead of the monarchy’s best interests. She still has enough on her plate as a result of her husband’s death. She doesn’t need the drama.”
According to the insider, Charles is “more stubborn” than his younger brother, Prince William, who was seen speaking with his younger brother after their grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral last month.