Meghan Markle and Harry have made another royal faux pas which, obviously, is causing a stir on the web.
On Saturday November 14, 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex drew the wrath of Internet users for not publicly wishing Prince Charles a happy birthday on his 72th birthday.
A day celebrated by the rest of his family on social networks like Prince William and Kate Middleton, who honored the Prince of Wales by sharing a photo of him all smiles on their Instagram account.
“Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not wish Prince Charles a happy public birthday? It’s amazing, considering that they are doing everything so publicly in order to continue to make the front page ”, published pagesix. An article that attracted the attention of internet users who were violently angry with Meghan and Harry on Twitter.
“How nice of them! They’re on social media all the time, every hour of every day, but they can’t publicly wish the Bank of England a happy birthday ”, can we read in the comments. Some treat Meghan Markle and Harry to forget Prince Charles who would finance their way of life.
Since their withdrawal from the royal family, Meghan Markle and Harry have had to give up their Sussex Royal digital identity. Thus, the Duke and Duchess therefore no longer have a platform to publish their official messages and thus cannot publicly celebrate the birthdays of the rest of the family. But who knows, maybe they sent their greetings to Prince Charles in private.