Royal fans have praised the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for sending a thank you note after receiving ‘incredibly kind’ well-wishes on baby Archie’s Christening.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sent out a notecard printed with one of the official family portraits taken at the private Christening at Windsor Castle on 6 July.
In the accompanying note, the royal couple said they were ‘touched’ by the ‘overwhelming’ support they had received.
Photos of the card have been shared by royal fans online, including by the Instagram user behind the loopycrown3 account, which boasts more than 2,000 followers.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sent out thank you notes for the well-wishes they received on their son Archie’s Christening in July
The note thanked fans for their ‘incredible kindness’ and sent them the couple’s ‘best wishes’
The note included an adorable photo of the couple and their son on his Christening and read: ‘The Duke and Duchess have been overwhelmed by all the incredible kind cards and letters they have received on this occasion of Archie’s Christening.
‘And are so touched that you took to trouble to write as you did.
‘It really was the most thoughtful of you and greatly appreciated by their royal highness who send you their very best wishes.’
Sharing the lovely snap of the couple, the royal blogger wrote: ‘Wonderful thank you postcard from TRH the Duke and Duchess of Sussex thanking me for sending my good wishes to Archie for his christening. (sic)’
Fans were quick congratulate the fan on their note and praise the couple for their kindness
Fans were quick to praise the couple for the note with one insisting the family are a ‘breath of fresh air’ and another saying the postcard is ‘definitely a keeper’.
One said: ‘YOUR FAMILY IS A BEAUTIFUL A BREATH OF FRESH AIR AND LOVE (sic)’.
Another wrote:’Aawww. congratulations (sic)’. A third said: ‘Definitely a keeper’.
The royal fan shared a picture of the note which came in a Kensington Palace marked envelope
Other users congratulated the fan on the note with one insisting they couldn’t wait to receive their own.
One said: ‘I love this photo. Cannot wait to receive mine!’
Another wrote: ‘Congratulations.I can’t Wait Mine (sic)’
The fan also shared pictures of the envelope the note arrived in, with a British postage stamp and a one pound piece over the top of the letter.
They wrote: ‘New royal letter arrived yesterday from Kensington Palace.’
This isn’t the first time the blogger has received correspondence from the royals and just last week shared her thanks to The Duchess of Cornwall for birthday cards personally signed by Her Royal Highness three years running.