This Saturday, November 14, 2020, Prince Charles celebrated his 72 years. To mark this beautiful day, several members of the royal family grabbed their phones and most certainly sent a message to the son of Queen Elizabeth II. And that’s not all, they were also several to wish Prince Charles’s birthday on Instagram and Twitter, like the Cambridge couple or the family’s official account. Only this anniversary, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not wish it.
One would have expected her youngest son to post a photo for his father’s 72th birthday. But obviously, Meghan Markle, who recently confided why she is no longer on social networks, has not changed her mind. It must be said that it is a bit of a tradition within the British royal family to wish each other’s birthdays. As The Sun points out, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not posted birthday greetings. On the other hand, they who are no longer seniors within the royal family have most certainly sent a nice private word to Prince Charles, or even called him, in the greatest discretion.
Harry always there for his friends
During the day of this Saturday, November 14, Prince Harry obviously had several occupations. The Duke of Sussex gave his friend John-James Chalmers a video call to encourage him. The British TV presenter, and Invictus Games medalist, takes part in a famous BBC dance competition. “Prince Harry made a surprise appearance on @bbcstrictly tonight (virtually) to cheer on his friend, former Marine and Invictus Games medalist @JJChalmersRM, who is in the show’s competition,” reporter Omid Scobie explained on Twitter, in the caption of a video where we see the prince. “I am so proud, sincerely proud that you have come to this position,” he says. For his part, John-James Chalmers thanks Prince Harry for having created the Invictus Games and having changed his life. “I would never have had this catalyst moment that changed my life forever. I would not be here without him,” replied the host, moved.
Prince Harry made a surprise appearance on @bbcstrictly tonight to (virtually) cheer on pal, former @RoyalMarines and @WeAreInvictus medalist @JJChalmersRM, who is competing on the show. “I’m so proud, genuinely proud that here you are in this position now,” the duke told him. pic.twitter.com/p3vOlIbGm6
– Omid Scobie (@scobie) November 14, 2020
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