People aren't happy with the royal family's Father's Day photo

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  • Prince George of Cambridge
    Prince George of Cambridge
    Eldest child of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
  • Princess Charlotte of Wales
    British princess (1796-1817); only child of George, Prince of Wales (later King George IV), and Caroline of Brunswick
  • Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
    Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
    Duke of Cambridge
  • Charles, Prince of Wales
    Charles, Prince of Wales
    Eldest son and heir-apparent of Queen Elizabeth II (born 1948)
<i>The royal family were criticised after posting a Father’s Day photo that left out Princess Charlotte [Photo: Instagram/kensingtonpalace]</i>
The royal family were criticised after posting a Father’s Day photo that left out Princess Charlotte [Photo: Instagram/kensingtonpalace]

On Sunday, Kensington Palace released a cute photo for Father’s Day.

The collage picture – which was posted on Instagram and Twitter – showed Prince William and Prince Harry as children with their father, Prince Charles, and Prince William holding his son, Prince George.

Although the picture racked up over 150,000 likes with plenty of people labelled it as “adorable”, others weren’t so happy.

Happy Father’s Day. Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day.

A post shared by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on Jun 18, 2017 at 2:39am PDT

Why?

Because one very important person was missing: Princess Charlotte.

Commenters began to ask where she was and why she’d been missed out of a photo that implied Prince William had only one child.

It’s doubtful that Charlotte’s absence was intentional. But perhaps it’s something the Palace should think about in future posts.

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