British Royal Family Congratulates Little Archie on His Second Birthday

Prince Harry, his wife Meghan Markle and their son Archie.

His great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II; like his grandfather, Prince Charles; and his uncles, the Dukes of Cambridge; congratulated the youngest of the Dukes of Sussex from their social media accounts

The British monarchy is more than capable of putting aside its differences to present a united front on important occasions. They already did it at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, which marked the first public appearance of Prince Harry with his brother William after his controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey, and now they have closed ranks again – this time in the virtual sphere – to wish him a very happy birthday to little Archie, who turns two this Thursday.

Although the boy left the United Kingdom with his parents while still a baby, to move first to Canada and later to California, from the royal house they have not stopped repeating that both he and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are still very beloved members of the community. family, so it was only to be expected that both her great-grandmother and her grandfather and uncles would send her best wishes on such a special day.

In the account that represents Queen Elizabeth II on Twitter, and that is managed by the Buckingham Palace staff under the username The Royal Family, an image of the boy has been shared with his parents in his first official pose a few days later birth, along with the message: “Wishing Archie Mountbatten-Windsor a very happy second birthday today.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have used almost the same words on their Instagram account, where they have published a photograph of their nephew’s christening. From Clarence House, the official residence of the birthday boy’s grandfather, they have rescued an image in which Prince Charles appears tenderly looking at his son Harry, who is holding Archie in his arms, to send him the following congratulations: “Happy birthday to Archie, which is two years old today. At the moment no details have emerged about how Harry and Meghan Markle plan to spend this day, or if they will celebrate it by sharing a new video of their firstborn on social networks, as they did last year.