Meghan and her husband Harry have delighted schoolchildren after sending them personal thank you letters from Buckingham Palace.
The letter was revealed by a teacher from Woodlands Community Primary School in Birkenhead, on Twitter, who explained that the pupils had written to the Duchess as part of their work on Black History Month in October.
The tweet reads: “As part of our work on Black History Month, Y3/4 wrote to HRH the Duchess of Sussex and posted a selection. Imagine our excitement when we received personal letters back from Buckingham Palace!”
It also featured two photos; one from the note and another one shows the pupils holding their personal thank you letters from the Duchess.
The letter from Buckingham Palace reads: “I am writing to thank you for your recent letter and enclosures in connection with The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit to Birkenhead, Merseyside in January.
“Their Royal Highnesses very much enjoyed their visit to Birkenhead and greatly appreciated the warm welcome they received. I am so glad that the children were able to meet The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
“I would be grateful if you could pass the enclosed envelopes to each child that wrote a lovely letter to Her Royal Highness.”
Prince Harry and Meghan met some of the pschoolchildren in January during their visit to Birkenhead.
As part of our work on Black History Month, Y3/4 wrote to HRH the Duchess of Sussex and posted a selection. Imagine our excitement when we received personal letters back from Buckingham Palace! pic.twitter.com/maEeUga7Vw— Woodlands Community (@woodlandswirral) November 18, 2019
Meghan, who donned a red Sentaler coat over a purple “Babaton Maxwell” Aritizia dress, revealed that she is currently six months along at the time and is expecting the baby to be born in April.
And it’s not the first time the couple has sent thank you notes. Harry and Meghan send one to every fan who congratulates them on a birthday or another special occasion.