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Prince William is pictured with dad Charles and son George in adorable Father’s Day images posted by Kensington Palace – but social media asks ‘where’s your picture with Princess Charlotte?’
A Father’s Day collage was posted to Kensington Palace’s social media account on Sunday
Included snap of a young Prince William with father Charles, as well as a recent snap with son, Prince George
But social media users asked: ‘where is the photo with Princess Charlotte?’
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Prince William celebrated Father's Day with adorable photos with his father Prince Charles and son George posted by his official Kensington Palace Twitter account on Sunday
Prince William celebrated Father’s Day with adorable photos with his father Prince Charles and son George posted by his official Kensington Palace Twitter account on Sunday

Kensington Palace has released an adorable photo collage starring Prince William, his father Charles and son George to celebrate Father’s Day – but social media users were quick to ask why a snap of the royal and his daughter hadn’t been included in the montage.

Kensington Palace, the official Twitter account for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, shared the two photos on their Twitter page with the caption: ‘Happy Father’s Day. Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day.’

Prince Charles, Prince William, and Prince Harry at a commemoration ceremony at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial
Prince Charles, Prince William, and Prince Harry at a commemoration ceremony at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial

Whilst Twitter users gushed over the ‘adorable’ images, they were quick to note that the father-of-two ‘shouldn’t forget Charlotte’, asking where the photos of the 34-year-old Prince with his two-year-old daughter were.

Prince Charles is pictured with a young Prince Harry and William in Kensington Palace in the 1980s
Prince Charles is pictured with a young Prince Harry and William in Kensington Palace in the 1980s

In the first snap, William can be seen in his youth posing with his father, Prince Charles, and younger brother, Prince Harry, during an amble in the countryside. The trio, donning their country tweed, all pose in a similar stance with their walking sticks.

In the first snap, William can be seen in his youth posing with his father, Prince Charles, and younger brother, Prince Harry, during an amble in the countryside
In the first snap, William can be seen in his youth posing with his father, Prince Charles, and younger brother, Prince Harry, during an amble in the countryside
In the second photo posted on the account, Prince William cradles his three-year-old son George tenderly in his arms in a photo taken on the family's tour of Canada last September
In the second photo posted on the account, Prince William cradles his three-year-old son George tenderly in his arms in a photo taken on the family’s tour of Canada last September

In the second photo posted on the account, Prince William cradles his three-year-old son George tenderly in his arms in a photo taken on the family’s tour of Canada last September.

Many users were quick to praise the ‘cute’ images and wish the royal a happy Father’s Day.

However, plenty of users took to Instagram and Twitter to ask: ‘Where’s a photo with Charlotte?’, whilst others pointed out: ‘He has a daughter too!’.

‘Odd there’s only a picture with his son? Where’s his daughter?’, asked one user.

Kensington Palace declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.

Source: DAILYMAIL MAILONLINE

Tags: Father Day, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Charle, Twitter, Kensington Palace, Daughter, Prince Harry, Royals

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