On Father's Day, social media is flooded with pictures of dads and their kids, naturally. And this year, even Kensington Palace got in on the trend by posting a photo on . But despite thousands of people "liking" the post, there's been some serious backlash over the collage, too.
The caption on the photo is short and simple, saying "Happy Father's Day. Wishing all the fathers out there a very happy day." However, once you start scrolling through the feed of comments, you'll see hundreds of people calling out the monarchy. People even took to Twitter to share their outrage.
Some commenters speculated that there are simply fewer images of William holding Charlotte, as Duchess Kate is most often seen holding their daughter (although, one user proved this theory wrong). Others pointed out that Prince Phillip is also notably absent from the collage. Interesting.
Even though this overlook might have offended some, we're pretty sure this wasn't a deliberate attempt to keep Charlotte out of photos.
Here's to hoping the royal family had a wonderful Father's Day celebration this weekend — and that they all took a picture together they can use for their post next year!