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Royal Mail: how to write to the Royal Family

by Victoria Howard

The Queen receives thousands of items of correspondence each year, many from her people in the UK and Commonwealth, but also from across the world. Having just become the longest reigning Monarch in British History, many of you will want to write to Her Majesty to congratulate her, but what things must you do? And what should you avoid? Here’s your guide how to write to the Royal Family.

How should I write my letter?

Firstly you should decide your topic: is it a congratulatory message for an anniversary or birthday? Did you have a question? Or did you just want to show your support for a member of the Royal Family’s work? From this, find three main points you want to cover – this will help with structure and save you from rambling.

If you wish to keep to the correct forms and traditions in your letter, follow these tips. If you do not, that is also perfectly acceptable, and your letter will still be read – this is merely the formal and traditional way of writing to a Royal.

How shoudl you write to a member of the Royal Family? The Queen's desk aboard Britannia

How should you write to a member of the Royal Family? [The Queen’s desk aboard Royal Yacht Britannia]

LAYOUT:

Your address should be in the top right hand corner, followed by the date beneath this, aligned on the right. You may include the address you are sending your letter to on the left, parallel with your own, though this is optional.

The first sentence of your letter should always be indented, roughly to where the comma on the introduction is.

Sign your letter and include both your first and last name at the bottom, as well as your title: Mr, Mrs, Dr. etc. Children should include their age.

LANGUAGE:

When writing to The Queen, tradition dictates you should open with ‘Madam’, and close the letter with ‘I have the honour to be, Madam, Your Majesty’s humble and obedient servant’.

LETTER

For male members of the family, open with ‘Sir’, though you may also use ‘Your Royal Highness’ where appropriate for both men and women.

It is generally good practice to state what you wish to talk about in your letter early on, the first paragraph is preferable, but using ‘I am writing to…’ is considered poor form.

In the body of the letter, when you wish to use the pronoun ‘you’, if writing to The Queen, you should instead write ‘Your Majesty’, and adjust it appropriately for the possessive pronoun: e.g. ‘your work’ becomes ‘Your Majesty’s work’. For any other Royal, it is ‘Your Royal Highness’ work’ etc. Debrett’s recommends you write to the Private Secretary and therefore refer to the Royal as ‘Her Majesty’ or ‘His/Her Royal Highness’ – it is entirely up to you.

N.B. this is not compulsory, just the very traditional way to write, and can sound old fashioned and stilted nowadays; it was once on the British Monarchy website, but has since removed this from their site, likely for this reason.

Try and keep your letter brief, no more than a page if possible.

As the other members of the Royal Family are not the reigning Monarch, there is no need to end it with the ‘obedient servant’ line, as above. You can simply round off with ‘Yours faithfully’, though ‘Yours sincerely’ is also acceptable.

CAN I SEND GIFTS?

It is not recommended that you send any gifts with your letter. Gifts – particularly corporate ones or samples of products – are sometimes returned. If you do include a gift, remember it will likely increase the cost of postage.

Photographs of a Royal that you have taken are normally ok, though bear in mind whether it is appropriate, and if it is the only copy you have.

Children often send drawings to the Palace, and these are perfectly acceptable, just remember you will likely not get it back, so perhaps make a copy of the piece you are sending.

Where should I send my letter?

If you want to write a letter to The Queen, send it to this address:

Her Majesty The Queen
Buckingham Palace
London
SW1A 1AA

To write a letter to The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke of York, The Princess Royal or Princess Alexandra, just swap the name, as they all have their offices at Buckingham Palace – and remember everyone else is styled as His/Her Royal Highness! Feel free to abbreviate these styles to HM, HRH or TRH.

More rare, letters to Princess Beatrice or Princess Eugenie should also be sent to Buckingham Palace.

If you would like to contact Prince Charles and Camilla, send the letter to:

Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall
Clarence House
London
SW1A 1BA

You can send at letter to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge here:

Their Royal Hignhesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Kensington Palace
London
W8 4PU

Post for Prince Harry and Meghan should be sent to:

Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
Kensington Palace
London
W8 4PU
OR….
Clarence House
London
SW1A 1BA

You may choose to use the Duke’s birth name, Henry, but ‘Prince Harry’ is also acceptable.

While Kensington Palace is the official London residence of William, Catherine, Harry and Meghan, is still not clear to us if their offices are located there, since the Clarence House address is still listed on the Royal Family’s official site. Fear not, your letter will be passed on to the correct office if it ends up at the wrong destination!

Here are the other royal addresses you might want, if writing to the Royal Family.

  • Their Royal Highnesses The Earl and Countess of Wessex
    Bagshot Park
    Bagshot
    Surrey GU19 5PL
  • Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester
    Kensington Palace
    London W8 4PU
  • His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent
    St. James’s Palace
    London SW1A 1BQ
  • Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent
    Wren House
    Palace Green
    London W8 4PY

Debrett’s recommends you address the Private Secretary on the envelope and also add the most senior appointments the Royal has too, e.g. KG, GCVO, (Knight of the Garter, Knight/Dame Grand Cross of the Victorian Order), though neither are strictly necessary.

Don’t forget your stamp!

Will I get a reply?

The vast majority of correspondence is replied to, be it from Britain or abroad, so the chances are, although it will take a while to receive (especially if you have written to a very popular member of the Royal Family or at a busy time), you will almost certainly receive something eventually!

Christmas is perhaps the busiest time of year to send cards and letters, so at this time you may be unfortunate enough to be missed out. (I myself sent five Christmas cards last year and only had three returns.)

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Most of the time, the reply will be from a lady-in-waiting, equerry or secretary, so do not be too disheartened if the Royal you have written to is not the one who sent the reply – they lead busy lives, and, sadly do not have the time to reply to everyone. This is the most efficient way of responding to ensure everyone can be responded to.

Occasionally, there will a personally signed response. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall often personally signs her letters, but few other members of the Royal Family do or can.

Don’t wan’t a reply?

If, for whatever reason, you do not wish to receive a reply (but who doesn’t?!), simply leave out your own address from the letter, though this can look a little odd, as this is the correct format for written correspondence. An alternative is to simply state you do not require a response, e.g: ‘I am aware your time is precious, therefore I do not require a response. Thank you.’

Waiting…

You will know instantly when your response comes through the letterbox: letters from the Palace are on thick, cream coloured paper, and the envelope will be franked from Buckingham Palace, also with The Queen’s cypher on it.

The letter will have a letter head from whichever office you sent it to – Prince Charles and his three feathers, Catherine and her ‘C’ monogram. If a letter was written at Balmoral or Sandringham, the relevant stationery will be used.

Have photos of your own royal letters? Share them with us!

Image of The Queen’s desk on Royal Yacht Britannia: Scot Rocher

 

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71 comments

Veronica Mary Harmes September 24, 2015 - 4:31 pm

I would like to thank you for the above instructions on sending mail to the royal family .i knew some of it but not all .Being brought up by a strict royalist family .i was taught at an early age how to address our beloved queen . but know i know where to send mail too the rest of the royal family so thank you very much and long live our queen and her family thank you, veronica .

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Margarita Aleksi Lafe September 24, 2015 - 5:39 pm

Honorable Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, Princ William and Princesse Catherine, let me to express my best and warm wishes to your Young Royal Family!!!!!!! May God bless You!!!

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Kiri September 24, 2015 - 11:59 pm

Hi

thank you for the addresses it would be a life long goal to finally speak to an actual Queen and Prince etc, even on paper. Take it from someone who has in her time received the odd letter or two.

Kiri Te Moananui

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Scott September 28, 2015 - 7:42 pm

Clarence House is not the correct address for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry. Their household is located at Kensington Palace, and mail should be sent to the following address:

Kensington Palace
London W8 4PU

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Chloe Howard September 28, 2015 - 8:37 pm

Dear Scott
As stated, while The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry reside at Kensington Palace, their offices, as far as we know, have not followed them, and remain at Clarence House. Since it will be opened by a secretary or other member of admin staff, it is best sent to Clarence House.

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shankar September 8, 2016 - 3:53 pm

can i invite the queen for a family occasion in my house in India?

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Victoria Howard September 8, 2016 - 5:56 pm

You may, but The Queen has all but ruled out long haul travel now due to her age.

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shankar September 10, 2016 - 9:25 pm

oh ok no issues, hope she has a great years to come

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jason sallis September 17, 2016 - 2:46 pm

Can I write to the queen with concerns at the way this Government treats disabled people and those who are need of help and support.

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Muhammad Adrees October 27, 2016 - 12:25 pm

I want to write a letter to very honorable queen but here in Saudi Arabia the post office is not accepting letter with out specific Name and phone number mentioned above the envelop, so please advise me how can I contact or who will give me the complete address with number.

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Abraham Lincoln Jarwee October 26, 2016 - 9:41 am

Can I write the Queen requesting for a visit as a historical day and events in my life? Meeting with the Queen? Most especially as a poor young man from one of the world poorest country in West Africa? Liberia.

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Geoff Lyen April 19, 2017 - 2:05 pm

There’s a typo on the website. In the addresses section you have “hignesses” instead of “highnesses”

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Victoria Howard April 19, 2017 - 9:47 pm

Thanks Geoff – we’ve updated the article

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Mrs. Ana E Satchell June 10, 2017 - 6:15 pm

Your Royal Highnesses Prince William and Kate:

Please forgive for the intrusion but I needed to tell you that after this unsettled times in England, where dark clouds hang over us, your presence is essential to bring brightness and re-assurance to the British people.

We need you. Thank you very much

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Daniel R-I June 22, 2017 - 10:04 pm

I am getting married in October & have a warm spot for Mer Majesty after having lived for a few years in London Post-Graduate. I am in the USA & had heard rumors that responses involving international postage were less likely to be answered. I would like to send her a wedding invite & was wondering if I should include a return post envelope with enough post to reach the USA? Would this be more likely to be responded to?

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Mandy April 29, 2018 - 9:03 am

Good morning. I hope to hear from the royal family it will be nice.

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Atefeh hoseini robat July 11, 2017 - 4:56 pm

Hi;
I would like to write a letter for queen of Uk
; plesase tell me about the e mail adress of her . I need her help.
Thanks in advance
Atefeh

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Geraldine August 30, 2017 - 9:03 pm

Hi, how does a foreigner end the letter since one is not the QUEEN’ S subject please?

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Victoria Howard August 30, 2017 - 9:30 pm

Hi Geraldine. Perhaps stick with the simple ‘Yours sincerely’?
Victoria

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Benita Jean-Francois Marc September 1, 2017 - 10:18 pm

I would to visit you
Queen Elizabeth

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Jane Davies October 1, 2017 - 10:35 pm

are comments here relayed to her majesty?

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Victoria Howard October 2, 2017 - 7:15 am

Hi Jane. No, we are not affiliated with the palace, other than as a media outlet.

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Margaret November 11, 2017 - 3:03 am

Her Majesty the queen’s e-mail is not public. Writing is the only way to contact Her Royal MAJESTY.

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Mandy April 29, 2018 - 9:04 am

Good morning. I hope to hear from the royal family it will be nice.

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Mark Gorski November 18, 2017 - 6:48 am

I would like to write to Prince Harry after I met him in Sydney Australia at the Opera 2015 house in 2015. I am a quadriplegic and he spoke to me about my wheelchair and Gopro camera and a number of other matters. On my return home I had broken my leg at the train station which ruined a great day.
Then in September I came down some steps out of my wheelchair and broke multiple bones. I never got round to writing to him to say what a pleasure it was to meet him because I have had further setbacks this year and would still like to say thanks. I don’t want to get the wrong address to write to him. I see there are a few different places but if anyone could point me to the correct one I would appreciate it. I am sorry if it is not appropriate to write this information here regards Mark

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melissa November 23, 2017 - 5:53 pm

i love writing a letter to you people i don khow i just khow you guys are graet!!

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Susan Glenwood December 5, 2017 - 6:54 pm

Susan Glenwood-formerly known as susan bennison.
I visit my grandparents, MR & mrs nicholls in edinburgh when I was aged 4 or 5, it be over 51 years ago. I was with my parents Mr & Mrs bennison and my family. The queen was there, she looked so must a like my own mother ethel vera bennison, she swapped over from my mother and nobody really noticed the difference, she looked after us when we where children, So my mother could spend more time with my grandparents.
My mother is scottish. My grandmother maiden name Evelyn clara massie, she told me when I was aged 4 or 5, that she is related to the royal family, there is a royal links in my family background history. she told me to chase it up when i am older, the queen visit us in sutton-on-sea after grandmother died 51 years ago, she swapped from my own mother again and nobody knew about it, they talk the same, it is when she said being queen is not for the faint hearted, than I knew mother would not say that to me.
I seen the queen again at sarah wilsons birthday party, I was aged 14 at the time.. than after my father died , i never seen the queen again in real life.. my auntie looked alike the queen too, she mention the royal links too.
It has taken me over 50 years to look into my scottish background history, nobody in my family parted with my scottish families addresses. I did my own research one year ago, when the queen celebrate her 90th birthday. My grandmothers birthplace is the acorn lodge B&b dinburgh, it is a 10 bedrooms guest house, grandmother told me her parents had 9 children.
Than I found out that my grandparents got married at a church close by to the acorn lodge b&b edinburgh, they got married on dec 1920.
Grandmother did mention she had a birthplace, she never mention the address, she told me to look it up when i am older.
Nobody told me, i expected my family to tell me this news, my oldest sisters daugther went a holiday to edinburgh, she would know the families roots. my family kepted it hidden from me.
I am the youngest daughter susan, of my parents mr and mrs bennison.

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Sara December 6, 2017 - 11:45 pm

CONGRATULATION AND ALL BEST WISHES PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN ,GOD BLESS YOU .Please can you help me to find an email ADRESS of Prince Henry of Wales KCVO (Henry Charles Albert David, familiarly known as Prince HARRY BECA– USE i want to CONTAct with meghan markle as soon as possible .

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Sweta December 26, 2017 - 6:35 pm

And Many many CONGRATS to wills(the Duke of CAMBRIDGE ) for expecting third child .wishing you a very pure life and pure love for you, FOREVER.
Happy New year.

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straight December 30, 2017 - 1:51 pm

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Ruth Donaldson January 12, 2018 - 3:15 am

Thank you so much for the information re: addressing mail to Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle. I am so happy for them. I visited Manchester and London in 1996 and stayed with friends in Warrington, Cheshire. It seems like yesterday and the memories are precious. A friend in Totton gifted me with the program from William and Kate’s wedding. and it is among my treasured possessions. I have made several friends there and we are in constant touch. My congratulations to the happy couple.

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Tom omstead January 24, 2018 - 10:56 pm

Your article was very helpful. Thank you.

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sean white January 27, 2018 - 11:40 pm

As a direct descendant of the stuart house i would very much like to know as much as i can and would be very interested in reading what her majesty may be able to tell me about it

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caitlyn mayrand February 22, 2018 - 12:51 am

Hi my name is caitlyn mayrand I can not find the maill addresfor the york princessl.

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Ginnie Robinson March 4, 2018 - 10:40 pm

For The Queen,

I would like to go to her buckingham Palace because my 6th great Joseph Johann Zoffany was painted of queen Charolette family, I really want to view these painted frames on the wall at Buckingham palace, i’m really proud of him. I’m from canada as well. if there are allowing visit at buckingham palace, i’ll please to meet the queen elizabeth one day if possible? By the way, Congratulation Prince Harry and Megain 🙂

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erika March 26, 2018 - 9:14 pm

is it true that wills are EXPECTING a third child? if so congratulations!!!

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erika March 26, 2018 - 9:17 pm

AND ALSO, THE ARTICLE WAS VERY HELPFUL!! THANX A BILLION!! I DIDNT KNOW IF THE MEDIA PROTECTED THEM. THEY DID FOR EKATERINA AND DARIA GRINKOVA!! I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER, THO. I LOVE WRITING TO FAMOUS PEOPLE. IVE WRITTEN TO DONALD TRUMP AND PEOPLE LIKE THAT! AGAIN, THANX!

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Pat Gardner Roper April 1, 2018 - 4:30 am

May it please the queen to know that many in the united states appreciate her. My husband and I are retired academics. I am seventy now, and I had admired the queen since my childhood. I wish that all of the younger royals were as interesting as she and Prince Charles.. I also wish that the idiots writing about the queen in newspapers had some degree of intelligence and simple decency.

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Will April 13, 2018 - 5:46 am

The Crown Chronicles. Just discovered your very nice site tonite. to your readership: please send get well cards to HRH Prince philip, and happy birthday cards to HM The queen—her real b-day is in april. you will receive a reply in several weeks or even a month. the letter sheets are engraved and sent via royal mail. make sure to print your exact and full return address. please not gifts for the royals, as they prefer you to support your local charities in their honour. and kids, the queen loves drawings of horses!
4-12-18 commonwealth of kentucky.

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Judith Hersey April 26, 2018 - 5:35 pm

My question is…How long does the Duchess of Cambridge need to be married to Prince William to no longer be referred to as Kate Middleton…I became Judith Hersey the minute I married my husband.

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Isabella McFarlin March 26, 2019 - 10:08 pm

Thank you! i LOATHE SEEING THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE REFERRED TO AS “KATE MIDDLETON” AND THE DUCHESS OF SUSSEX CALLED “MEGHAN MARKLE.” THE AMERICAN PRESS ARE THE WORST ABOUT THIS.
MY APOLOGIES. I SEEM TO BE STUCK IN ALL CAPS FOR SOME REASON.
APPRECIAITONS1

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Mary K. Hudspeth April 30, 2018 - 8:39 am

Congrats to prince harry marrying meghan. She is adorable lady. Wish you both many years of happiness. always so proud of you, Harry and wish you the best. It would be a great honor to have you be our PRESIDENT of the United states. Wishful thought. You are always amazing.

Also congrats to beautiful princess Kate and handsome Prince William on their third arrival. You both are always amazing and beautiful family.

Sending our love to you all from Dallas, Texas, USA. Please come and visit again. ♡♡

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Michael Orr May 1, 2018 - 10:44 am

Hi,
Who would not want an invite for the upcoming royal wedding . I am requesting an invite for 2 special ladies from burnley who have been TEACHING ASSISTANTs for over 60 years between them, and 1000S of children have benefited from their service. One lady is now retired at 91 years old and her daughter is 53 and has so far given 31 years to the same school. So come on Harry and Meghan, any spare invites would be appreciated and will also make a great story. Michael.
P.S. I also would be prepared to give up cup final day, and my team, Manchester United, to take them to the wedding. Whatever happens may god bless the day.

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Erika May 2, 2018 - 6:45 pm

CONGRAts! ?? a thousand of theM! Well, i love ❤️ writing to people I have never seen. For example, prince harry and meghan marklE! Congrats to william and kate for their third child: LoUis arthur charles.

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Mary Kay Hudspeth May 6, 2018 - 9:46 am

Congrats to PRINCE William and katie on their third child, prince Louis. He is such a handsome boy with his beautiful family. Thanks for showing the pictures of all your little ones. They are precious! may God bless and protect you all 5 always! With love from DALLAS, texas.

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M May 15, 2018 - 5:04 pm

Dear Her Majesty & Royal Family ??????????????????????I though I write this letter I hope you enjoy this letter sorry it’s not a Royal one. I m very happy the new Baby too the Family for Duchess Kate & The Duke William . There Children look so sweet as they are. You all look so nice very nice. I dress up all the time becouse I leave the house nice slacks & well behave SHUrt. Well keep well 1 in All.

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Hazel May 18, 2018 - 3:12 am

Just 1 and half day away from The wedding of Prince Harry and meghan. It’s a GREAT joy getting know MEGHAN’S life With her EDUCATION, CAREER and family. Please know that I Deeply have a heart and praying for YOUR father to get Well quickly. Sadly as he Couldn’t be there and know how much We love him As we love meghan. Can tell that he raised and dedictated his life to HIS daughter to His very best. She got That from both of her loving AND Devoted parents. Harry is fortunate to find a partner That both hAve so Much in commons. I trust that harry’s families reached out and accepted her immediately whom he has chosen. Harry knew Exactly to look for as a partner knowing how much it would meant to HIM and his belated mother, princess Di. Meghan has is ALL THaT matched his expectations for his bride to be.

Now meghan, RELAX and enjoy Your BIG DAY As everyone Are rooting out for you. This Is the moment of history about to unfold. Congrats And wishes you BOTH with much happiness and love for each other in YEARS TO come. Harry, you ARE extremely smart AND MADE a VERY Wise choice. CONGRATS to You BOTH AND may God keep AND BLESS You for As long as You live. We. Salute you both.

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Peppi May 18, 2018 - 9:29 am

THANK YOU FOR THIS INFORMATION. IT IS INTERESTING TO SEE THE RECOMMENDATION FOR INDENTION OF PARAGRAPHS – I FIND THIS RATHER OLD-FASHIONED AND USUAL FOR TYPED LETTERS, THOUGH IT WAS HOW I WAS TAUGHT WHEN WRITING BY HAND.

I JUST THOUGHT YOU MIGHT WISH TO CORRECT A TYPO IN THE ADDRESS FOR PRINCE HARRY – it currently says ‘Henry’ in the address you give: His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales.

and apologies if this appears in captials – i do not appear to have any ability to change the font in this comment box!

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Victoria Howard May 18, 2018 - 6:24 pm

Henry is Harry’s real name..!

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M May 18, 2018 - 5:12 pm

Dear Royal Family I can’t wate for Tomarrow The Royal Wedding. I rember when Lady Di & Prince Charles was Married. Then Prince William & Duchess Kate. Well I hope all Well. The new Baby Boy look cute as sweet as Charlotte & Great as George very nice names. Well please go too JW.Org please they have fine cartoon ver nice for the hole Family.

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Darshen naidoo May 18, 2018 - 8:06 pm

Greetings. If i wish to wirte a letter to her majesty, the queen; from south africa what is the exact details of the address. i.e what is the international address that i need to write on th envelope.

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Joshua May 20, 2018 - 12:03 am

I like harry and Meghan so sweetheart so cute wow that was very good. I am so happy yall . I like my best friends so nice ? i like children little cutes .so pretty make happy ? i Heard about the WEDDING ? and wife so y’all make happy . You will write to me please thanks joshua

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Mrs. Thangam May 21, 2018 - 10:13 am

hI my son, who is 8 years old has drawn the picture of Prince Harry and Meghan for the celebration of Royal Wedding in his school. and he wants to send that picture to Prince through email.. May I know the email id of prince Harry.
awaiting a reply. thanks.

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Victoria Howard May 21, 2018 - 12:08 pm

Hi Mrs Thangam; there aren’t any email addresses for the Royals. You’ll need to print it and send it through the post.

V.

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Martina Carmen russo May 21, 2018 - 5:58 pm

HI VIctoria, I would like to send a letter to Prince Harry and Meghan for their wedding.
could you please give me the correct address?
thank you, Martina

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Laura Eidson May 22, 2018 - 2:35 am

Your Magesty, I would rather have seen the newly weds drive to the reception in a BENTLEY

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Mary May 23, 2018 - 8:21 am

Dear Her MAJESTY and Royal Family,

Congrats to Prince Harry and Meghan on THEIR beautiful wedding. Also Congrats to Prince William and Kate on their third arrival. Queen Elizabeth is very blessed to live this long to see her beautiful families. I’ve several questions for each family members and hopefully they will respond when they can. The questions are fun and something to look back of their high and low moments in their entire lives.

1. What is the best thing that ever happened to you and why?

2. What is the worst thing that ever happened to you and why?

3. If you can do one thing for yourself, what would that be?

4. If you can do one thing for others. What would that be?

5. What is your best advise for the entire world that you would like to share?

May GOD keep AND Protect YOU.

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JOSHUA May 24, 2018 - 8:44 pm

HI to my royal highness queen i just want to say hi to and i want to see YOUR BEAUTY FACE OF YOU ma I CAN WAIT TO SEE THAT

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Sweta June 20, 2018 - 7:53 pm

Happy Birthday William,wishing you a true relations and true happiness FOR YOUR life “FOREVER”.

Dear Miss howard,
I’ve sent my greetings to the Duke of Cambridge WITh a request.
It’s my humble request to you THAT forward to their royal highness.

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Giuseppe Biscardi July 22, 2018 - 12:19 pm

PRINCE HARRY did your WIFE having twins it’s a BOY and girl I GOT THE NAMES FOR THEM NATURE CAT AND NATURE DOG

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jennifer hogan August 24, 2018 - 12:49 am

sorry for the caps. i am having trouble with low case letters on this site currently.
I Want prince harry and his wife to know they are handling the family issues on meegans side great. and respectfully as they can. I have family myself that have tested me too and choose to walk away for my health and family i have now in my life. . it took a lot of challenges for me to decide such a huge decision too. please let them know they aren’t alone . my husband and i are married now 25 years and going strong.

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Raam September 2, 2018 - 3:22 pm

WARMEST Greetings,
may I have the correct address of Prince Harry and Meghan. Thanks

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Gayle October 14, 2018 - 6:55 pm

Thank you so much for this information. I would like to send a congratulatulatory card to Princess Eugenie, Mrs. Jack brooksbank, and new husband, Mr. Jack Brooksbank. How should I address the envelope and refer to them in the card? What address should I use for the couple? Their wedding was just beautiful!

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Melissa November 12, 2018 - 3:28 am

Hi Gayle,
I sent a LETTER to the couple and have had a personal reply. Address the envelope as the following.

HRH Princess Eugenie & Mr Jack Brooksbank
Kensington Palace
London w8 4pu

Hope this helps!

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Nicole D'Costa January 19, 2019 - 10:13 pm

I noticed on instagram that some people who sent christmas cards to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received a thank you card. I sent my card and did not receive anything. We did have a strike at canada post that went november to december. so there is a strong possibility my card is misplaced somehow which is so sad because i was hoping to receive a thank you card too!!
My best wishes to the Cambridge family.
Niki

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Olivia Moran January 29, 2019 - 6:08 pm

Hi Nicole, sometimes the replies take a while, especially when they’re being sent abroad. I live in Spain and just received my Christmas thank you card from the Cambridges last week, so there is still a chance it’s on its way to you!

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EMMA February 19, 2019 - 4:08 pm

It is getting disturbing that Meghan is not forced or at least encouraged to follow royal protocol. She wears what she wants, Some examples are colored nail polish and sleeveless dresses which I find way out of boundaries and not a royal look at all. there is also all that sickening high school level PDA! IS that woman so insecure she has to hang on harry all the time like an ornament? She should be more mature in her ways by now! It is NOT cute and is not at royal level at all. We saw the wedding…he is her’s and she does not need the hanging on hands like a child to prove it. I hope once their child arrives she has hands free to tend to the little one so harry can walk about freely!

(when this is typed it was all caps on my screen)

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Victoria Howard February 25, 2019 - 10:19 am

Hi Emma. Anything you’ve seen on ‘protocol’ regarding nail varnish and sleeves is rubbish. Nail varnish is worn by many royal women, and The Queen has worn plenty of sleeveless dresses over the years. This is just people disproving of what she does, without actually having a valid reason.

V.

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