Have Prince William and Prince Harry made amends? It's unclear where the siblings stand these days, but William, 39, and Kate Middleton made sure to go out of their way to wish Meghan Markle and Harry's son, Archie, a happy birthday on May 6.
"Wishing Archie Mountbatten-Windsor a very happy 3rd Birthday!" William and Kate, 40, wrote on social media alongside a photo from when Archie was born.
Queen Elizabeth also re-posted the same photo on her Instagram Story.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall uploaded a photo of Charles and Harry, who is holding his son. "Happy birthday Archie!" the post read.
Last year, the royals all gave Archie some birthday love as well — and they even used some of the same photos.
At the time, Meghan, 40, was pregnant with baby No. 2 — she gave birth to daughter Lilibet in June 2021 — but they still managed to make sure their son felt special on his big day.
"Archie knows he’ll be a big brother soon," a source told Us Weekly, adding that his parents are doing their best "to give Archie all the attention he can handle right now."
"They’re staying local in Montecito and are having a pool day and BBQ in their luscious garden," a source spilled to Closer. "They’re spoiling him with gifts, books, a toy car, jigsaw puzzles [and] a children’s cooking kit."
Since vaccines were starting to become available at that time, the California-based couple asked people to donate instead of giving gifts.
"We have been deeply touched over the past two years to feel the warmth and support for our family in honor of Archie’s birthday. Many of you donate to charities on his behalf, and mark the occasion by giving back or doing an act of service — all through the goodness of your hearts. You raise funds for those who need it most, and continue to do so organically and selflessly. We remain incredibly grateful," their message began on their Archewell website.
The note continued, "This year, our world continues to be on the path to recovery from COVID-19. Yet too many families are still struggling with the impact of this pandemic. While some places are on the verge of healing, in so many parts of the world, communities continue to suffer. As of today, around 80 percent of the nearly one billion COVID-19 vaccine shots that have been given were administered in wealthier countries. While we may feel that normalcy is around the corner, we remind ourselves that in much of the world, and especially in developing countries, vaccine distribution has effectively yet to start."