Saturday, 4 December 2021

Sick trolls target Princess Charlotte’s second birthday portrait

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LONDON: Internet trolls have targeted Princess Charlotte on her second birthday leaving vile comments on her new birthday photo. To mark her second birthday, royal fans were treated to a new photo of Charlotte dressed in a knitted cardigan. It’s the first photo the public has seen of the youngest royal since Christmas, when she was pictured at church service. While many on the internet wished Charlotte a happy birthday, it didn’t take long for the nasty comments to begin. “Prince George is one ugly child and Princess Charlotte is even uglier. I hate children,” one wrote. Another said: “Just me that thinks Princess Charlotte is kind of ugly?” Others called her a “spoiled brat” and even took aim at her outfit, saying, “That cardigan is hideous! Looks like an old granny already!”


It’s enough to make you quit the internet but quickly royal supporters hit back at the trolls branding them “disgusting”, “cruel” and “nasty” One user wrote: “I think Princess Charlotte and Prince George are absolutely Princess-Charlotteadorable. Some people are so nasty. If you don’t like the royals just do one and stay quiet. They are just children … I hope you’re all proud of yourselves.” “Wow cannot believe some of the comments I’m reading and coming from grown adults,” another said. And we think this comment sums up the vitriolic hate aimed at a defenceless toddler: “Taking their nastiness out on this beautiful little girl just because they don’t like the royal family. Do you have kids? Would you like people to call your kids?” In a statement on Monday, Kensington Palace said: “The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this photograph as they celebrate Princess Charlotte’s second birthday. “Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank everyone for all of the lovely messages they have received, and hope that everyone enjoys this photograph of Princess Charlotte as much as they do.”

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