Prince William and his younger brother Prince Harry now live nearly 6,000 miles apart, however they will share a rare joint celebration this Sunday as both the UK and the US honor Father’s Day.
On the third Sunday in June, both countries honor the world’s fathers, and William and Harry will spend the day with their families – William with his wife the Duchess of Cambridge and their three children, and Harry with his wife Meghan and their two children.
William and Kate live in Norfolk’s Anmer Hall with their three children, George, eight, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four.
On the big day, they frequently share new family photos with royal fans, and in 2021, the Cambridges released a video honoring fatherhood, which included a never-before-seen photo of William and his adorable three children taken at Kensington Palace after the 2019 Trooping the Color.
The video featured four images honoring fatherhood, including one of William and Harry as young boys with their father, Prince Charles.
Kate photographed her husband and children clambering on top of their father while he lay grinning on the ground in 2020.
This will be Harry’s second Father’s Day as a father of two; in 2021, he and Meghan welcomed their daughter Lilibet just two weeks before the special day.
The four-person family lives in Montecito, California, about two hours north of Los Angeles, and this will be their second Thanksgiving in the United States. They may share family photos with fans, as they did in May 2019 to commemorate Mother’s Day in the United States, when they shared a beautiful photo of their then-newborn son Archie’s feet.
They spent Mother’s Day with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, in 2020, and Meghan made a special gesture in honor of the big day in 2021.
Harvest Home, a Los Angeles-based non-profit that assists pregnant women and their children, took to Instagram to express their joy that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s foundation, Archewell, was collaborating with Procter & Gamble to donate “diapers, cleaning supplies, and other essential items” to the organization.