Princess Charlotte turns six tomorrow, but the royal youth’s birthday is not celebrated publicly on social media.
Her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, posted pictures of themselves at their Kensington Palace home and posted a rare video showing the family on vacation to celebrate their 10th anniversary on Thursday.
They later thanked the fans for all the messages wishing them a good day.
But Princess Charlotte’s last birthday will pass without a nod on social media – as the couple join a social media boycott and call for an end to online racism and abuse.
Last year, on her fifth birthday, the couple posted an adorable new photo of the princess in a gingham dress, but there won’t be any new photos of the little king this year.
The Duke of Cambridge, who is also the President of the Football Association, is supporting well-known football clubs, players, sports associations and the media in the ban by not posting on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for four days.
They originally planned to share loving content online to celebrate their daughter’s birthday. reports the Daily Mail.
However, William revealed on his official Kensington Royal Twitter feed: “As President of the FA [Football Association] I’m joining the entire football community on the social media boycott this weekend. W. “