Why do I feel like my cousins are getting married in a week? Why do I feel like the Royals are my family? Is it because we are in this commonwealth nation together? Is it because I know a lot about their life? Or is it just that THEY’RE SO FREAKIN’ AWESOME I WANNA CELEBRATE WITH THEM?!
Well, I’m going to send them a wedding card, and you can too! Prince Harry & Meghan Markle tie the knot on Saturday, May 19, which gives you just enough time to send them a congratulations card if you want to. Thanks to the blog site Gert’s Royals, fans can actually access a step-by-step guide on how to send Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a message by mail at this address:
HRH Prince Harry & Ms. Meghan Markle
Clarence House London
Furthermore, if you want more particulars on the kind of language you should use when addressing royalty, exactly how to format a letter, and the sort of postage it might require to get from where you are to where they are, you can find a more thorough guideline on Gert’s, too.
Now, keep your expectations in check, you may never get a response. I imagine Harry and Meghan’s “Thank You” list is pretty long. According to a statement released by Kensington Palace, 2,640 people are officially invited to the big day. That’s a lot of “Thank You’s”.
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