Meghan And Harry Are Slammed For Not Referring To George As The "Prince" And "Future King" In Their Birthday Wish

Date July 23, 2019 14:29

People will never get satisfied with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The royal couple was slammed for the silliest reason ever, and believe us, it is really irrational what people said.

On July 22, Prince George celebrated his 6th birthday with the entire family and the Duke & Duchess of Sussex made sure they congratulated their oldest nephew in the Royal Family.

The Sussex couple left an adorable comment under George's portrait on Instagram:

Happy Birthday πŸŽ‚πŸŽˆ! Wishing you a very special day and lots of love!

This birthday wish was truly beautiful and intimate, implying how much Meghan and Harry love the not-so-little royal. However, hundreds of people thought their congratulation did not meet the 'royal's rules'.


@sussexroyal His Royal Highness, Prince George. Personal respect for your future king is necessary.


@sussexroyal his name PRINCE George πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ if you forgot πŸ”

Such strange comments reached an enormous amount on Instagram and people were flying off the handle how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry dared not to pay respect to "the Prince" and "the future King."


@sussexroyal Megs..You’re not a Yacht Girl anymore. You need to learn the proper way to give birthday wishes to the future King of England!


@sussexroyal it too hard for you to call him Prince George?

Are these people serious? First, they even did not mention their nephew's name whatsoever. Second, they are the f-a-m-i-l-y for God's sake. And third, why do they even care?

Aside from the silliest situation ever, we hope Prince George had a great time with his parents and siblings on the Caribbean island of Mustique.

It is believed this dreamlike place is favorite for the Cambridge family as they spent George's 5th birthday there as well. Moreover, they happen to go there often as nobody can disturb them.

Do you think these people were totally out of the line? We believe it was way too much.