Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank Sent Handwritten Thank-You Cards to Their Royal Wedding Well-Wishers

To-be-weds, take note

Updated 11/05/18

ANDREW MATTHEWS

If you exercised your royal fandom last month by sending a congratulatory message to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in honor of their wedding, you could be the lucky recipient of a royal note (the stuff of scrapbook dreams).

The newlyweds, who enacted a similar gesture following their engagement, have reportedly mailed handwritten thank-you notes to their wedding well-wishers, just three weeks after their October 12 nuptials. Assuming the pair received a hefty outpouring of worldwide support, their marriage, thus far, has likely been busy with perfecting their penmanship (and numerous hand cramps).

An Instagram post from one such royal supporter showed off the sweet thank-you card, personalized with the pair's monogram in gold. "Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making our wedding so special and for thinking of us as we started our married life," the stationery reads. "We are completely over-whelmed with happiness." Both signed off on the cards with their first names at the very bottom.

The same Instagram user also showcased the opposite side of the keepsake, which has been printed with one of the couple's official wedding portraits—mini bridal party and all (peep Prince George and Princess Charlotte).

Personalized thank-you notes seem to be a royal trend, considering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also mailed their own versions after their May 19 event (not handwritten, however). Prince William and Kate Middleton also showed their gratitude to anniversary supporters with some snail mail back in June. Moral of the story: a quick note to the royal family seemingly goes a long way.

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