Prince Harry celebrates his 36th birthday on September 15. An anniversary that the members of the royal family have not forgotten, despite a complicated year, marked by Mexgit and the desires of emancipation of the young father of the family.
Expressions of affection that will reassure the fans. At the beginning of the year, the departure of Prince Harry with his wife Meghan Markle and their little Archie to the United States and their distancing from the royal family caused a lot of ink to flow and shake the crown. But let the fans of the British monarchy be reassured, Prince Harry is not excluded from the Windsor for all that! No, the Queen’s favorite grandson, despite the latest trials, is in every mind and in every heart.
On the Instagram account of the royal family, the queen wished a happy birthday to Prince Harry, who celebrates this Tuesday, September 15 his 36th birthday. A tender message accompanied by a photo of the Duke of Sussex smiling broadly at his grandmother Elizabeth II, at an event held at Buckingham Palace in 2017.
A family always united
Prince William and Kate Middleton have also not forgotten Prince Harry. In the cold for months, and in particular after a misplaced remark of the future sovereign on Meghan Markle, the rumors of a quarrel between the two brothers do not cease making the headlines.
But the elder seems to have put his grievances aside to wish his brother a happy birthday. On their Instagram, the royal couple posted a photo of a happy moment shared by the trio at the Money London Marathon Training Day in 2017. A time when their strong complicity, displayed at each of their outings, seemed to last forever…
Prince Charles also addressed a tender thought to his son for his 36th birthday. The heir to the throne has published on his Instagram account a picture of father and son laughing heartily. There is no doubt that these tender tokens of affection and his many memories will touch the father of the family exiled in the United States. Prince Harry is expected to celebrate this anniversary in the privacy of his new home in Montecito. While no member of the Royal Family has been invited, the Duke of Sussex will be able to meet with his brother William and father Charles via Zoom for a video conference.
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