Meghan and Harry ‘called Kate on birthday’ to avoid social media drama – claim

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Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, marked her milestone birthday, celebrated on Sunday, by releasing three striking images by celebrated fashion photographer Paolo Roversi. She also had a call with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, royal expert Neil Sean has claimed. He suggested that the Sussexes avoided posting on social media to congratulate Kate.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean said: “There are reports that they decided to go private and partake in a Zoom call with Kate and William.

“What I can tell you allegedly on the show is the reason why the Sussexes decided not to put something on their Instagram account is because they didn’t want to get into any more public spats as to what time they put it up, what they said and was it warm enough.

“You can see from their point of view whatever they do, as a I’ve told you before, comes out often the wrong way.”

He added: “There was a card and the card was delivered to the royal residency.”

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Kate thanked supporters who have wished her a happy birthday with a personal message on Twitter.

It is rare for the duchess and her husband William to personally write their own tweets from the KensingtonRoyal twitter page – with only one recent example of the duke telling the England football team they “can all hold your heads high, and be so proud of yourselves”.

Posting on the website, the duchess wrote: “Thank you for all of your very kind birthday wishes.”

She also thanked Paolo Roversi and the National Portrait Gallery following the release of three portraits of her to mark her 40th year.

He added: “I was moved by her warmth and friendly welcome and enchanted by her shining eyes that reflected the loveliness of her soul and her smile showing the generosity of her heart.

“It was a profound and rich experience for me, an unforgettable moment. I have met a wonderful person, a person who, with her positive energy, can bring hope to the whole world.”

Members of the Royal family, including the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, also publicly sent their best wishes to the duchess.

A tweet sent from the Clarence House twitter account said: “Wishing the Duchess of Cambridge a very happy 40th birthday today!”