Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's regal family monogram has been revealed
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had previously been given individual monograms, but now it has been revealed that they also have a joint one.
The couple, who tied the knot on May 19, 2018, used the new monogram to thank Georgie Gardner, one of the hosts of The Today Show, for the wedding gift that she sent them.
According to The Today Show's Twitter page, Gardner excitedly announced that she had received the thank-you letter and proceeded to read it while on the air.
Viewers immediately noticed the new monogram when the letter sent by Kensington Palace was shown on the screen. It is quite elegant and romantic as it was designed to represent the union between the Duke and Duke Duchess of Sussex.
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The official joint cypher is composed by an intertwined version ofHarry and Meghan's initials in the same cursive style as their individual ones. On top of the letters is a coronet with two Pattee crosses, four fleur-de-lys and two strawberry leaves.
36-year-old Meghan, who used to work as a professional calligrapher, might have given her input upon the creation of the design, which is featured in every letter sent by the royal couple.
Gardner appeared to be very pleased with the letter as it was a sign of recognition from one of the most powerful and influential families in the world.
Prior to the Royal Wedding, Prince Harry and Meghan asked people not to send them gifts; instead, they asked for donations to be made to charities of their own choice.
Despite the request, which was also made by Prince William and Kate Middleton before their marriage in 2011, Gardner sent the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a picnic rug with an Australian landscape printed on it.
Through the letter, Harry and Meghan apologized for the delay, which they justified with their hectic schedule, explaining that it has been 'a very busy time' for them.
The couple has been on a rush as of late, having attended the Commonwealth Youth Challenge Reception earlier this month, as well as Prince Louis' christening. They are also scheduled to visit Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand this fall.