The Daily Express' royal correspondent Richard Palmer described the failure on the accounts to mark Meghan's birthday as "notable" - but explained it could be down to a new convention.
Writing in the publication today, he said: "The Queen's website neglected to mention the big day after deciding it will only mark the birthdays of non-working members of the family when they end in a zero."
We'll have to wait until Harry's 40th to discover the veracity of that explanation. He's the only other non-working royal whose birthday has been publicly acknowledged in the past. Interesting this explanation wasn't trotted out in February when nothing was posted for Andrew's birthday.
And will Charles continue this convention?
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