Prince William and wife Kate have wished Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday with not one but two messages of congratulations.
Camilla – married to William’s father Prince Charles – turns 74 today (July 17).
What did William and Kate say in their messages?
Taking to Twitter, Will and Kate posted a picture of a smiling Camilla wearing an off-white dress.
They captioned the shot: “Wishing The Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today!”
They also added a red balloon emoji.
Over on Instagram, they added a picture of Camilla in a navy and cream spotted dress with coordinating navy jacket.
They posted the same message and tagged her Clarence House account.
The Queen’s official social media also posted a couple of posts to celebrate Camilla’s birthday.
Alongside a smiling picture, the posts directed fans to the monarch’s daughter-in-law’s page on the royal family website, where royal watchers could get more details about the duchess’s life and work.
Wishing The Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today!🎈 pic.twitter.com/DZycD89cVR
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 17, 2021
What did royal fans say about Camilla’s birthday?
Posting on William and Kate’s social media, many joined in and also wished Camilla a happy birthday.
One said: “Happy birthday Camilla. Have the best of days.”
Another added: “She’s the best of the whole bunch. Happy birthday Duchess of Cornwall Camilla.”
A third said: “Happy Birthday to The Duchess of Cornwall! Love her always and may she have a great year ahead of her.”
Others posted birthday gifs of cakes, balloons and champagne.
No new picture of Prince George from William and Kate for his birthday?
In other royal birthday news, one royal expert has revealed that they think the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won’t release a picture of son Prince George to celebrate his upcoming eighth birthday.
George turns eight on July 22 and traditionally his parents release new pictures of their son to mark the day.
However, royal expert Angela Levin has said the couple could break from tradition after the backlash George faced for not wearing an England shirt to the Euro 2020 matches he attended.
She said: “There are rumours that we might not see the photograph [of Prince George] when he’s eight, because they’ve been so upset by the rudeness of people mocking a little boy aged seven.”
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