Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, sent special cards featuring her pre-baby picture, to her fans who wished her on her birthday. The Duchess looked elegant in the pre-baby picture.
Markle turned 38 on August 4 and this birthday marks the first after she became the mother. Archie, whom she shares with Prince Harry was born on May 6.
A fan of the royals, Christin Zii, took to twitter to post the response she got for her letter regarding the birthday of the Duchess. The tweet featured an envelope with the royal insignia and the printed words, 'Kensington Palace' on it.
MEGHAN'S SPECIAL CARD TO HER FAN
Inside the envelope was an elegant picture of the Duchess clad in a sky blue dress. The image was from Megan and Harry's 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand last fall.
In the shot, Meghan, clad in a simple yet elegant blue dress claps her hands with a bright smile on her face. The photo was from their visit to Tupou College.
The boy's choir performed a cheeky song for the parents-to-be to keep the mosquitoes away. Meghan was cracking up during the performance and was wiping tears of laughter.
THE ROYAL COUPLE RECOGNIZING ROYAL FANS
Meghan and Prince Harry have been busy with sending thank-you notes. Fans of the royal family have recently shared pictures of the cards that they've received in response to their letters on Archie's christening on their social media.
The couple sent a monochrome picture of their family with a note explaining that they were "overwhelmed by all the incredibly kind cards and letters they have received on this occasion."
"It really was most thoughtful of you and greatly appreciated by the Royal Highnesses who send you their very best wishes," the note concluded.
THE ROYAL FAMILY HEADED TO AFRICA LATER THIS MONTH
With Megan's maternity leave coming to an end on September 12, the royal family, including little Archie, will be heading to Africa. The pictures of the family are bound to be even better with the royal tour.
Harry announced the tour on the Instagram page "Sussex Royal" and mentioned how he couldn't wait to introduce his wife and child to South Africa. Harry feels the excitement of introducing his family to the region that has been a second home to him for the past two decades.