Meghan Markle and Prince Harry apologize for their VERY late thanks cards

Meghan and Prince Harry apologized for their late thank-you card – because they continue to send well-intentioned messages more than five months after the royal wedding.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex send fans cards with their official black and white wedding portrait, taken outside St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in May by photographer Alexi Lubomirski.

However, a royal fan has revealed that she received her letter of thanks this week alone, accompanied by an excuse letter from Kensington Palace.

The head of the general correspondence, Claudia Spens, explained that it is a particularly busy time for this office & # 39; was, meaning they were not able to respond as quickly as we would have liked.

Meghan and Prince Harry have apologized for their late thanks cards - because they continue to send well-intentioned messages more than five months after the royal wedding

Meghan and Prince Harry have apologized for their late thanks cards – because they continue to send well-intentioned messages more than five months after the royal wedding

A royal fan revealed that she only received her thank-you letter this week. The message was: & # 39; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overwhelmed by all the incredibly friendly cards and letters they have received on the occasion of their wedding, and are so moved that you took the trouble to write as you did & # 39 ;

A royal fan revealed that she only received her thank-you letter this week. The message was: & # 39; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overwhelmed by all the incredibly friendly cards and letters they have received on the occasion of their wedding, and are so moved that you took the trouble to write as you did & # 39 ;

A royal fan revealed that she only received her thank-you letter this week. The message was: & # 39; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overwhelmed by all the incredibly friendly cards and letters they have received on the occasion of their wedding, and are so moved that you took the trouble to write as you did & # 39 ;

Fans who took the time to write to Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, to congratulate them on their marriage, first began to share the thank-you cards they had received in July.

The message contained it: & # 39; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overwhelmed by all the incredibly friendly cards and letters that they have received on the occasion of their wedding, and are so moved that you took the trouble to write as you did.

It was really very considerate of you and greatly appreciated by their Royal Highnesses who send you their very best wishes. & # 39;

Royal blogger Gertrude Daly, who manages the Gerts Royal Replies blog, however, revealed that her card also contained a separate letter in which he apologized for the delay.

The thank-you cards sent to the fans more than five months after the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan (above) are accompanied by an apology from Kensington Palace

The thank-you cards sent to the fans more than five months after the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan (above) are accompanied by an apology from Kensington Palace

The thank-you cards sent to the fans more than five months after the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan (above) are accompanied by an apology from Kensington Palace

The letter read: & # 39; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asked me to thank you for your letter of May 24th and I apologize for the delay in responding to you.

& # 39; As you can imagine, this was a particularly busy time for this office and therefore we could not respond as quickly as we would have liked.

It was so nice of you to take the trouble to write as you did and their Royal Highnesses were greatly touched by your generous words of support. & # 39;

The letter ended: "Although I can not answer you personally, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asked me to thank you warmly for your letter and their very best wishes."

Only three weeks after they had exchanged their vows, an Instagram account named loopycrown, which describes itself as a "pious monarchist", revealed that they had received a handwritten note from the couple

Only three weeks after they had exchanged their vows, an Instagram account named loopycrown, which describes itself as a "pious monarchist", revealed that they had received a handwritten note from the couple

Only three weeks after they had exchanged their vows, an Instagram account named loopycrown, which describes itself as a "pious monarchist", revealed that they had received a handwritten note from the couple

Thanks to the fans for their congratulations card, the letter contains the official wedding portrait, along with a message from the Beatrice, 28, and Jack, 32

Thanks to the fans for their congratulations card, the letter contains the official wedding portrait, along with a message from the Beatrice, 28, and Jack, 32

Thanks to the fans for their congratulations card, the letter contains the official wedding portrait, along with a message from the Beatrice, 28, and Jack, 32

It comes after royal fans have revealed how they received handwritten thank-you letters from Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, just three weeks after their marriage.

The card contained an official portrait of Eugenie, 28, and Jack, 32, with their bridesmaids and flower girls, made by photographer Alex Bramall.

The message contained in it is: Thank you from the depths of our hearts for making our marriage so special and for thinking of us as we begin our married life.

& # 39; We are completely overwhelmed with happiness. Eugenie + Jack. & # 39;

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