See Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Official Joint Monogram
The Prince and Duchess' official joint monogram has finally been revealed after some fans noticed the emblem on a thank you card that was sent to host Georgie Gardner on The Today Show in Australia.
The hostess had sent the couple a "neoprene picnic rug" when she covered the joyous wedding festivities in May and has since received a letter from the royal pair thanking her for her kindness.
Set atop the letter from Kensington Palace was Harry and Meghan's first initials, which were delicately combined and embellished with a coronet.
The coronet on their monogram features the same elements as the small crown in the Duchess' coat of arms. "It is composed of two crosses patée, four fleurs-de-lys and two strawberry leaves," the Palace revealed at the time.
According to the Palace, "It is the Coronet laid down by a Royal Warrant of 1917 for the sons and daughters of the Heir Apparent."
As the weeks pass and the California native continues to adapt to her new role as a member of the Royal Family, things continue to look more and more official. Since wedding the Prince in May, the former Suits actress has acquired a fancier signature, the closet of a Princess and even a slight British accent.
However, while the Palace may be pleased with her effortless transition into the role of Duchess of Sussex, her father, Thomas Markle, is definitely not. The now-estranged father claims the Royal Family is trying to keep him from his daughter and has since threatened to "unload on them."
Drama aside, Meghan and Harry seem to be a couple made in monogram heaven.