Meghan and Harry’s son Archie ‘left out’ of Queen’s card from other grandkids

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry fans have been left fuming following the release of a photo to mark The Queen and Prince Philip's 73rd wedding anniversary on Friday.

The couple shared a sweet picture of them opening a card from Prince William and Kate Middleton's children.

The colourful homemade gift was created by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and is emblazoned with the number 73 – that pops out from the front of the card.

But Royal Family fans were quick to pick up on the absence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's son Archie fearing he is missing out, Daily Express reports.

One user tweeted: "I wish Archie was home to help his cousins make a card, but I digress".

Another upset fan voiced their grievances in response to a tweet by royal expert and Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie.

Mr Scobie tweeted: "Happy 73rd anniversary! In a new photo by @ChrisJack_Getty The Queen (wearing the Chrysanthemum brooch she wore on their honeymoon) and Prince Philip can be seen in Windsor Castle’s Oak Room enjoying a card from George, Charlotte and Louis alongside letters from well-wishers."

One user responded: "And none from Archie?"

Other users snapped back, with one saying: "Archie's busy. Anything else?"

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A second user said: "They still would mention it if he did !!"

The photograph released on Thursday night ahead of their anniversary on Friday shows the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh sitting on a sofa in Windsor Castle's Oak Room.

The royals are seen reading the special message from future king George and his siblings.

The picture, taken by Chris Jackson from Getty Images, also shows a small pile of anniversary cards and letters sent by well-wishers on a nearby table.

However, it is unknown exactly who these are from.

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The Queen, 94, was a 21-year-old princess when she married the Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey on November 20 1947.

Their enduring relationship has lasted the longest of any British sovereign and Philip has been at the Queen's side throughout the decades, supporting her as she devoted herself to her role as head of state.

The Queen and the Duke, who has now retired from public duties, are spending the lockdown in England isolating at Windsor Castle, and anniversary celebrations are expected to be low-key.

They have four children together, including Prince Charles, who is first in line to the throne and recently celebrated his 72nd birthday.

They also share Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

Together they have celebrated the silver, golden and diamond jubilees of the Queen's reign, and faced ups and downs over the years including the breakdown of three of their four children's marriages.

The monarch most recently released plans for her Platinum Jubilee in 2022.

These plans include a four-day extravaganza, where the public will get an extra bank holiday in June, while the May bank holiday will also be moved to be in the same week producing a four-day weekend.

The Queen will be 96 years old when she reaches the first ever Platinum Jubilee for a British monarch.

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  • Prince George
  • Prince Harry
  • Prince Philip
  • Prince William
  • Princess Charlotte
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  • Royal Family
  • Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor

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