Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, shared greeting on social media from their famous garden in Highgrove. However, as they wished the public a happy first day of spring, online trolls attacked their post on social media.

According to Daily Express, some of the trolls have been calling for abolishing the British monarchy and install the Republic with a duly elected head of state. As their constitution states, when Charles takes the throne after his mother, Queen Elizabeth, he will become the head of state of the U.K. and the Commonwealth as the new monarch.

Some trolls also alluded to Princess Diana in criticizing the photo of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. They said that Diana only wanted love from Charles, but, as the world learned, he and Camilla have been involved in an affair during his marriage to the Princess of Wales. This was the same types of attacks Charles and Camila received in November when The Crown season 4 aired.

The photo post of Prince Charles and Camilla received more than 10,000 likes and 320 comments as of press time. But not all have been attacks as the couple also received praises from the royal followers. Some even graciously thanked the royal couple for sharing a part of their beautiful garden in the Charles' country estate.

It comes as Charles has been involved in a deeply hurtful rift with his son, Prince Harry, and daughter-in-law Meghan Markle, who claimed in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that the Prince of Wales cut them off financially after they left the royal old. According to royal biographer Robert Jobson, it was Charles who has taken the lead to respond to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and was likely behind the crafting of the official statement released by Buckingham Palace days after the interview.

Jobson said that Queen Elizabeth is 94, and her husband, Prince Philip, has been incapacitated due to his hospitalization. So, Charles has likely tried to "placate" the controversy that came out of Harry and Meghan's revelations about how they were treated in the royal family.

Meanwhile, amid the personal family issues, Charles and Camilla remain focused on their work. On March 24 to 25, the royal couple will go on their first overseas trip in this pandemic.

The pair will visit Athens, Greece, to the country's celebration of their 200th Year of Independence from the Ottoman Empire. Charles and Camilla were invited by the Prime Minister of Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, to the special event.

They will be taking all the necessary precautions to protect them against COVID-19. However, Prince Charles and Camilla have had their vaccination in early February.