Harry and Meghan share picture of son Archie on Father's Day

Brenda Watkins
June 18, 2019

Baby Archie was born on May 6 this year.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex haven't always stuck to tradition - but they are reportedly set to have their first child baptised at St George's Chapel where they famously tied the knot in May a year ago.

Prince Louis was less than two months old on his first Father's Day past year.

"Happy Father's Day!" read the caption on the couple's official Instagram page on Sunday.

And royal fans have gone utterly wild for the image, with thousands taking to Instagram to comment on the image. Prince Phillips in 1997 said, "Tolerance is the one essential ingredient". We honor and celebrate each and every one of you. Hopefully, Meghan has won him over by now with her warmth and charm - and while it's a shame that everyone in Harry's life has taken so much convincing, it's a true testament to Meghan's fortitude how beloved she seems by those close to him now.

"I have the two best guys in the world so I'm really happy."

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The photo was snapped at their Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor. She reportedly discussed her schedule with Prince William and Kate Middleton before making a final decision about missing the royal event.

On Twitter, Charles shared good wishes with "Dads everywhere".

Not surprisingly, the picture gathered a lot of reaction - with many questioning why Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince George, five, didn't feature.

"Why is only one son pictured with Prince William", asked one, while another added: "Sorry, I don't agree with the photo's choice". Prince Harry's wedding ring, which is featured prominently in the photo, is a very significant call-out for the little royal family of three.

One was a photograph taken last month of Prince William playing with his third child, Prince Louis, in a garden his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, had helped design for the Chelsea Flower Show.

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