The birth certificate of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana has gone viral on social media. It is not just because of the details we get to see about the royal newborn, but also because of Duke of Cambridge's signature which is becoming a butt of jokes. At the first glance, there appears to be nothing unusual about Princess Charlotte's birth certificate.
However, when you take a closer look at her father, Prince William's signature in the certificate, you read 'Willy".
A closer look at the father's squiggly signature looks like he's signed the certificate 'Willy".
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After the birth certificate of Kate Middleton and Prince William's princess was posted on Tuesday, it was retweeted 6000 times.
One user posted: "Is it just me who thinks Prince William's signature looks like it says Willy?"
Is it just me who thinks Prince William's signature looks like it says "Willy"? pic.twitter.com/pRsbco4ZC4— ☆tom☆ (@autumnalsheeran) May 6, 2015
This is not the first time Prince William's signature became a topic on social media. When Prince George was born in 2013, Prince William's handwriting caused a similar reaction on social media after he signed his son's certificate.
In 2013, one Twitter user posted: "Err, did the dad really sign it Willy?"
The birth certificate for His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge has been signed pic.twitter.com/yv5gGl2OrJ— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) August 2, 2013
Princess Charlotte's birth was formally registered on Tuesday and was witnessed by a Registrar from Westminster Register Office.
Apart from Prince William's signature, the certificate has sparked further jokes on Twitter, after William and Kate revealed their occupations - the Prince and Princess of the United Kingdom with tweets like "Princess Charlotte is only three days old yet her birth certificate is already far more impressive than my CV hahaha" going viral.