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The royal family honored several generations of fathers on social media on Sunday to commemorate Father’s Day.
Queen Elizabeth kicked it off by sharing a pretty old black and white photo on her official Instagram account showing the monarch with three generations of important fathers in her life. In the photo, the Queen and her late husband Prince Philip watch a very young Prince Charles, who is seated on a statue that appears to be a baby deer.
Next to Charles and Philip stands their late father, King George VI, next to them. All three adults in the snapshot seem to be enthusiastic about the child’s antics.
“We wish all dads everywhere a very special Father’s Day,” says the title of the article. “On the occasion of #Fathers Day, we’re sharing this photo of the Queen with her father, King George VI, and Prince Philip, who in 1951 watches a young Prince Charles sitting on a statue in Balmoral.”
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Prince William and Kate Middleton also took part in the family celebrations for Father’s Day and posted a short video of a pin board on their own Instagram account, which ended up saying “Happy Father’s Day” on note cards. The panel is then decorated with various images of the royal family, including Philip and Michael Middleton.
“I wish the fathers everywhere a happy Father’s Day,” the couple captioned the video.
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Finally, Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla attended the celebrations and went to their Clarence House Instagram. They shared three pictures, including the Prince of Wales with his late father, plus another shot of William and Prince Harry, and finally a snap of Camilla with her father Bruce Shand People.
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“To all dads everywhere and to everyone who miss their fathers today, we think of you and wish you a special #Father’s Day”, was the title of the article.