It has now become something of a Royal Family tradition for members who have either celebrated a marriage or birth to send cards to the public who sent their regards for their special day. The likes of Eugenie, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton and Prince William, have all sent out messages to well-wishers in a move to connect with the public. And after their union two years ago, Eugenie and Jack followed suit with their adorable thank you cards.
The message was shared on Instagram, sparking a wave of excitement from Royal Family fans, as many were eagerly awaiting their own notes.
Within the message, Eugenie and Jack wrote: “Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making our wedding so special and for thinking of us as we start our married life.
“We are completely overwhelmed with happiness.”
It was signed off by the happy couple, who celebrate their two-year anniversary in October.
Fans took to Instagram to comment on the Princess’ message, with many sharing in the delight of their spectacular wedding.
One wrote: “Omg it’s so sweet! I hope to get mine soon. Thanks for the share.”
Another responded: “I watched every minute of the royal wedding in the US.
“Exceptionally beautiful royal couple. Congratulations!”
While a third added: “This message is adorable. They seem to be genuinely and completely in love.
“They always looks so happy together. I wish them all the best.”
Writing at the time, BBC correspondent Jonny Dymond said: “The focus of the day was of course on the couple; an unsurprisingly nervous groom, his hand shaking at times, his gaze twitching as he waited for his bride; a beaming princess, unable to control her joy.
“There was more; flawless organisation, hat dysfunction as the wind blew and blew, hatchets buried as the Duke of Edinburgh settled into a seat near Sarah, Duchess of York, with whom he has had a frosty – sometimes frozen – relationship.
“But most noticeable at Windsor? The applause that followed the national anthem and the cheers for the Queen as she left the chapel. No one eclipses the Queen in the affections of the British public.”
Published at Fri, 05 Jun 2020 12:24:00 +0000