Meghan Markle Shared the Sweetest Message for Prince Harry's Birthday

Sarah Madaus
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From Town & Country

Over the weekend, Prince Harry celebrated his 35th birthday; his first birthday as a father to four-month-old baby Archie. As is usual for the royals, they shared public well-wishes for the occasion with sweet photos on Instagram.

Prince William shared a photo of him and his younger brother on the @kensingtonroyal page. It shows the two grinning during the royal wedding last May. He captioned it, "Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duke of Sussex today!" with a birthday cake emoji, of course.

On the @clarencehouse account, which belongs to Prince Harry's father Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, posted a tribute with a photo of Charles and Harry sharing a moment at the International Year of The Reef meeting in 2018. He added the royal hashtag, #HappyBirthdayHRH to his birthday wishes.

Prince Andrew, who has been under fire as of late for his connections to the late Jeffrey Epstein, shared a photo of Prince Harry and added, "Wishing a very Happy Birthday to HRH The Duke of Sussex!⁣" with the party hat emoji. He also seems to have turned his Instagram comments back on, after having them off to curb backlash.

Queen Elizabeth shared a photo of the two of them smiling at the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor earlier this year. The Queen looked stunning in pink, with a paisley brooch and her signature pearls. Her message to Harry read, "Happy Birthday to The Duke of Sussex – 35 today!"

And lest we forget Meghan Markle's sweet tribute to her husband! The Duchess shared a nine-photo grid that included a never before seen photo of baby Archie, as well as photos from Prince Harry's tours, and his childhood with Princess Diana and a young Prince William. She added a touching personal message, "“Your service to the causes you care so deeply for inspires me every day. You are the best husband and most amazing dad to our son. We love you ❤️Happiest birthday!”

Amid all of the birthday celebrations, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Archie Harrison are preparing for their first royal tour of South Africa as a family, set to begin next Monday, September 23.

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