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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Fans Fume Over Archie’s Birthday Post

Harry and Meghan slammed over Archie's birthday post.
Credit: BBC/YouTube & The Royal Family Channel/YouTube

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fans have been left fuming over Archie’s 2nd birthday post, as they can’t see his face.

The image was shared on the Archewell site, on May 6, and shows the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s firstborn holding onto a bunch of balloons, facing away from the camera. 

On Twitter, fans of the Royals began questioning why Archie’s face has become ‘top secret’. 

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Why do they never show his face, is it because it isn’t him or is it because they are just so pretentious? We always get to see William and Catherine’s children, so why not Archie,” one person asked.

Another said: “Archie’s top secret face, that’s ridiculous.”

However, others defended the Duke and Duchess, arguing that the couple have obviously chosen ‘not to splash his face all over’ the place. 

One penned: “You should be happy they have the forethought to not splash his face all over. He is a kid and deserves privacy. When he turns 18+… he can decide for himself what he wants.”

In agreement, another pitched in saying: “Why would they show his face with all the scrutiny he has already been through, his hair, his skin. Leave that little baby alone.”

Prince Charles also shared a social media post to celebrate his grandchild turning two years old. However, it’s been dubbed ‘savage’ by Markle fans. 

On the Duke of Cornwall’s official Twitter account, he shared a black and white photo of himself, Archie, and his son, Prince Harry. 

But many were quick to point out that Prince Charles didn’t include Archie’s mum in the photo. 

One person remarked: “Quite right… Meghan Markle has been horrible to Prince Charles… even after he walked her down the aisle.”

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