Happy Birthday, Prince Harry! Queen leads tribute with photos highlighting her grandson’s charitable work as Prince Charles posts throwback photos and Kate and William share greetings on Duke’s 37th birthday
- The Queen has led the birthday wishes for Prince Harry on his 37th birthday
- Prince Charles shared throwback photos with his youngest son
- Prince William and Kate Middleton kept their message simple
- Duke has resigned from his royal duties and is living in an £11 million mansion in California
The Queen has sent birthday wishes to Prince Harry on his 37th birthday and shared a selection of photos highlighting her grandson’s charitable efforts while he was a working royal.
The Duke of Sussex, who has resigned from his royal duties and currently lives in an £11 million mansion in California, also received birthday greetings from the Prince of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Poignantly, Prince Charles shared throwback photos with his youngest son, amid a split Harry made public during his bombshell interview with Oprah.
Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate Middleton kept their message simple, posting a solo portrait of the Duke with the caption, “Happy Birthday Prince Harry,” and a red balloon emoji.
Prince William and Kate Middleton kept their message simple, posting a solo portrait of the Duke with the caption: ‘Happy Birthday Prince Harry’ and a red balloon emoji
It comes after a royal pundit warned Prince Harry to be careful if he releases a statement on his birthday, as it could have unintended consequences for Meghan’s possible future career in politics.
Talking to OK! Richard Fitzwilliams magazine predicted that Harry – who lives in an £11 million California mansion with his wife Meghan and children Archie, 2 and baby Lilibet – will today use his 37th birthday to spotlight a charitable initiative.
And he said it’s reasonable to assume he could choose to focus on the refugee crisis in Afghanistan, adding that he “will have to be careful not to say anything critical of President Biden.”
Meghan marked her recent 40th birthday with her own venture – the 40×40 project – in which she asked prominent people to spend 40 minutes of their time supporting women returning to work.