Happy Birthday, Meghan! The Duchess of Sussex celebrates her 38th birthday today, and her first as a mother.
To mark her special day, husband Harry Posts a special public message. Posting a photo of Meghan taken during their first Royal tour in October, he wrote: ‘Happy Birthday to my amazing wife. Thank you for joining me on this adventure! – Love, H.’
But, Harry wasn’t the only one to congratulate his wife on her birthday.
William and Kate were quick to share a birthday post, writing: “Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duchess of Sussex today! 🎈”
Charles and Camilla, her in-laws also wished the Duchess many happy returns on her big day.
The Clarence House Instagram account shared three photos, captioned: “A very Happy Birthday to HRH The Duchess of Sussex 🎉”
And the Queen’s Royal Family Instagram account also wished Meghan a Happy Birthday sharing a photo of Meghan and Harry at a baseball game earlier this year.
“Happy Birthday to The Duchess of Sussex. 🎂 The Duchess was born on this day in 1981,” the post read.
The royals usually celebrate their birthdays in private and this year will be no different. It is expected that Meghan will spend her birthday at home in Frogmore Cottage with her husband and baby son Archie.
Harry may have planned a special surprise for his wife of one year, even if they do celebrate in the privacy of their home.
Back in 2017, while they were still dating, he took Meghan on a trip to Botswana for her 36th birthday where they camped under the stars and enjoyed a dreamy getaway.
Last year, Meghan celebrated her 37th birthday at the wedding of Harry’s childhood friend, Charlie Van Straubenzee, and Daisy Jenks.
It has been a very exciting year for the Duchess of Sussex.
In October, while touring New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, it was announced that she was expecting a child. On May 6, she and Harry welcomed baby Archie Harrison.
Last week it was announced that she guest-edited the September issue of British Vogue. Moreover, Meghan has announced that she’s launching a collection of workwear to benefit her royal patronage Smart Works.