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The Duchess of Sussex has posted a touching tribute on social media to celebrate Prince Harry's birthday.

16.9.2019

The Duchess of Sussex has posted a touching tribute on social media to celebrate Prince Harry's birthday.

The Duchess of Sussex has posted a touching tribute on social media to celebrate Prince Harry's birthday.\n\nAs the Duke of Sussex turns 35, his wife praised him as 'the best husband and most amazing dad'. \n\nTo mark the occasion, the Duchess posted a new photo with the couple's son Archie, taken during his christening in July.\n\nImage: Instagram

The Duchess of Sussex has posted a touching tribute on social media to celebrate Prince Harry's birthday. As the Duke of Sussex turns 35, his wife praised him as "the best husband and most amazing dad". To mark the occasion, the Duchess posted a new photo with the couple's son Archie, taken during his christening in July. Image: Instagram

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