Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Wish Prince Louis a Happy Birthday With Sweet Instagram Message

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are thinking about their nephew, Prince Louis, on his first birthday.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are thinking about their nephew, Prince Louis, on his first birthday.

Prince William and Kate Middleton's youngest child turned one years old on Tuesday, and in honor of the occasion, Kensington Palace shared adorable photos of Louis on social media, which were taken by Kate. Through Meghan and Harry's own official Instagram account, they wished Prince Louis a happy birthday with a sweet comment complete with birthday cake and balloon emojis.

"Happy Birthday Louis!" the message reads. "Sending lots of love from both of us. xo."


A source recently told ET the Duchess of Sussex is due "any day now." Meghan missed Easter Service at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle -- where she and Harry got married last May -- on Sunday, though Harry was in attendance for the occasion, which also marked Queen Elizabeth's 93rd birthday. 

Meghan and Harry also wished the queen a happy birthday with an Instagram post.

"Happy Birthday Your Majesty, Ma’am, Granny," the post reads. "Wishing you the most wonderful day! Harry & Meghan."

Although Will and Kate attended Easter Service on Sunday, a source told ET that there was "obvious distance" between Harry and Will, following rumors since late last year that the two aren't exactly on the best of terms. The source said the brothers are at "different stages in their life" and are "no longer the boys" they once were.

The frosty Easter run-in between the brothers comes amid a Sunday Times report that there are plans for Harry and Meghan to possibly move to Africa in 2020 for charity work and to promote Britain after the birth of their baby. A source told ET on Monday that the couple's potential plans to relocate for approximately two to six months are in the "beginning stages," and that the new "assignment" would be a way to harness their popularity in a commonwealth country.

"Any potential move has absolutely nothing to do with any perceived rift between William and Harry," the source added. "William is fully supportive."

Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has released a statement to address the report, noting that "any future plans" for Meghan and Harry are "speculative at this stage," and "no decision has been taken about future roles." 

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