Prince Charles has “overlooked” his youngest son Prince Harry while “singling out” Prince William, a royal expert has claimed.
A commentator hs revealed how the Prince of Wales "ignored" the Duke of Sussex when he took to social media ahead of the Duke of Cambridge's Earthshot Prize awards ceremony on Sunday, to share his pride in his eldest son.
The post read: "I am very proud of my son, William, for his growing commitment to the environment and the bold ambition of the Earthshot Prize."
But with the amount of environmental work Harry has done over the years, Daniela thinks that Prince Charles should have acknowledged him too.
Writing for news.com.au, Daniela Elser said: "For decades the world was treated to images of the Prince of Wales and his two boys as a package deal: them skiing; them posing for Christmas cards; the three of them with Sir David Attenborough at the premiere of his Netflix series, Our Planet, in London in 2019.”
The royal expert added: “Instead, what was marked about the Clarence House post was the very conspicuous absence of the plural 'sons', with no attempt made to include both of his children in the uncharacteristically intimate and warm outpouring.
"Given that both of his sons have been plugging away on eco-initiatives, it would have made perfect sense if Charles had shared his pride in both of his sons' efforts on this front.
"Instead, it was only William who was singled out."
Prince Charles recently revealed how his eldest grandson Prince George knows all about climate change and its impact on the world, as he promotes a new documentary.
The 72 year old is appearing in the brand new one-off Sky Kids Original documentary, COP26: In Your Hands, which shows the impact of global warming all across the world.
As the Prince of Wales introduces the documentary – which also features commentary from Prime Minister Boris Johnson – he explains that his eight year old grandson has been learning all about the devastating effects of climate change.
In the clip, Charles states that George is aware that global warming is causing "the big storms, and floods, the droughts, fires and food shortages", admitting that back when he was his grandson's age "people had no idea about the damage they were doing".
He continued: "But by the time I was a teenager I started to see that if we didn't stop polluting our planet, we would face a very dangerous future indeed."
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