Monday, December 31, 2018

Sarah, Duchess of York - Christmas Reply (2018)

A lovely reply arrived today from the UK. I had written to Duchess Sarah for Christmas.

The envelope looks like the typical from British Royals. But you will notice it doesn't feature the EIIR or circle with the date and Buckingham Palace/Windsor Castle. This is likely because this didn't get process through either the Court Post office at Windsor Castle or Buckingham Palace.


It is interesting to see that Sarah is again using the Royals PPI number, W7047. The PPI (Printed Postage Impressions) number is a way of pre-printing the postage on the envelope (see the red box on the envelope). Each account has a unique number; the Royal's is W7047. The Royal Mail uses that number to charge the correct account.

Sarah has her own PPI number, HQ6515. But it seems like whenever she uses one of Andrew's envelopes, she uses the Royal's PPI number. I don't know if she is repaying the Royal Household for the postage, or envelopes.


The back of the envelope features Prince Andrew's badge. It's understandable if the Yorks are ordering their Christmas Cards, that they would also order a set of matching envelopes. So, it's understandable that Sarah would use Andrew's envelopes for the Christmas Card.

Sarah replied with the York Family's personal Christmas card. This would have been sent out to family, friends, etc. The card is a lovely tri-fold. 


The outside of the card



Like past years, the front of the card feature's Prince Andrew's badge. The badge contains the York Rose, surrounded by the Order of Garter belt and topped with a coronet (smaller crown).  This year, however, the front of the card also includes a photo of Princess Eugenie & Prince Andrew walking into St. George's Chapel on her wedding day.  This was arguably one of the most important days in 2018 for the York Family. 


That side of the card also features a photo of Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank during the post-wedding carriage ride through the streets of Windsor. The photo isn't the best quality and I was initially wondering why they didn't choose the stunning photo of the couple in the carriage kissing that was released as part of their official wedding photos. 

But then, I thought about when this photo was taken, and who took it. This was from right in front of the steps of St. George's Chapel, moments after they got in the carriage. And if you remember, outside St. George's Chapel was a large group of people who had been specially invited into the grounds of Windsor Castle. They included Royal Staff, charity representatives, school children, etc. 

So, I'm thinking this photo was taken by some family friend of the Yorks. I'm thinking it could have been Jessie Huberty, the women Sarah hugged when she arrived at the Chapel, or someone with Jessie, as it appears to be taken from where she was standing. 

You can actually see a clip of the moment this photo was taken here


The photo on the back features Prince Andrew during Trooping the Colours. This was an especially important moment for Andrew as this was the first time he had ridden on horseback during Trooping the Colours. This new honor was because Andrew is now Colonel of the Grenadier Guards. The honorary military appointment had previously belonged to his father, Prince Philip. 

The Inside of the card

The inside of the card features a lovely blue background that matches the blue in Andrew's badge. This is the 1st time I've seen the York's include a blue background on their card, and I think it is rather lovely.


The photos on the left of the inside feature Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank at Balmoral Castle.  It is unclear when exactly this photo was taken, but as they are at Balmoral and Eugenie is wearing her engagement ring, this would likely have been taken this summer sometime during the Queen's annual stay at the Castle. 


The center of the card features a lovely message: "Life is such a celebration. Wishing you Joy & sparkles at this time." The signatures of the York family are in gold and embossed onto the card. The signatures are the same ones used on past Christmas cards, except for Jack's which was copied from Eugenie & Jack's wedding reply.


The inside of the card also features a photo of Princess Eugneie & Princess Beatrice at the Serpentine Summer party in June. The photograph was taken by David M. Benett.  

It is interesting to see that for the 2nd year in the row, Sarah is not included in any of the photos.
I assume Andrew is always paying for the Christmas cards, which is why they feature his badge on the front and envelope and why he is always featured predominately.

It's also interesting to see the York's Christmas cards year to year, as they vary slightly in size and style.
The York Family Christmas Cards: 2016, 2017 & 2018. All tri-folds
Included with the York Christmas Card was a leaflet for Street Child UK, one of Sarah's patronages. Sarah founded the charity, Children in Crisis in 1993. It merged with Street Child UK earlier this year. Sarah serves as Street Child UK's Founder Patron. Eugenie & Beatrice, who had been ambassadors of Children in Crisis, have continued on as ambassadors of Street Child UK.

I had mentioned Sarah's work with Street Children UK and it's merger with Children in Crisis in my Christmas letter to Sarah, which is why this was included.


The front of the leaflet says:
Count Me In 
Give before 21st Feb 2019 and public donations to Street Child's 'Count Me In" campaign will be matched by the UK government. 


The back of the leaflet says:
Count Me In 
There are 121 Million school-aged children around the world who are not in education. That's not acceptable. Millions more are not in school but failing to learn because the resources simply aren't good enough.  
We won't stand by and let this continue. 
 At Street Child, we are fighting for a world where it is seen as unacceptable for a child not to be in education.  
Street Child provides simple and sustainable solutions such as paying school fees, buying uniforms and learning materials, training teachers, refurbishing classrooms and building schools to ensure that children have access to education.  
By providing more children with access to a quality education we give them better life chances through employment opportunities, better health and we empower girls to have a voice in decisions that affect their life. 

Update: January 22nd, I received a 2nd reply from Sarah that was identical to this.

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Saturday, December 29, 2018

Prince Albert & Princess Charlene of Monaco - Christmas Reply (2018)

A lovely reply arrived today from Monaco. It is from Prince Albert & Princess Charlene for the Christmas letter I sent them.

The envelope is the typical from the Monaco Royals. The top left corner ways "Service of HSH the Prince of Monaco." The postmarks says, "Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, commit to sea turtles."

The 2018 stamp features the sailing ship, Viola, which is part of the fleet of classic yachts at the maritime museum of La Rochelle, in France. Viola won the Monaco Classic Week Trophy in 2017.


The back of the envelope features Prince Albert & Princess Charlene's joint monogram. You can't tell from the photo, but the envelope has some sparkles in it.


Inside is Albert & Charlene's Christmas card, which is similar to their reply from past years. Unfortunately, the card got kind of bent in the mail.

The front of the card features an embossed red border with the couple's monogram. The photo features Albert & Charlene with their two children, Crown Prince Jacques & Princess Gabriella and the family's pet. What is really nice about the card is the photo is printed on photo paper and then attached to the card.


The photo was taken by Vanessa Von Zitzewitz, who took their Christmas card photo last year.

Like last year, their Christmas card also features a photo inside the card. They used this interesting filter again. I find it a little weird, but it looks much better than last year's inside photo.


The inside of the card features their message in 3 languages: French, English & Monégasque. The signatures are printed on and are the same as past years. 



The card reads:
May the Christmas Season fill your home with joy, your heart with love and your life with laughter. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2019. Albert de Monaco Charlene de Monaco
In my Christmas letter, I also mentioned the Twin's birthday. They usually send a reply for the Twins birthday separately. So, hopefully, I will get that soon.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Prince Charles - 70th Birthday reply (2018)

A lovely reply arrived today from the UK. I had written to Prince Charles last month for his 70th Birthday. 

The envelope is the usual from the British Royals.


The back of the envelope features Prince Charles's red Prince of Wales feathers.


Instead of the usual postcard-size photo card, Clarence House sent a lovely folded card for Charles's milestone birthday. This is the 1st time I've gotten a card like this from Clarence House.


The front of the card features Charles's Badge? It's always been unclear what exactly this type of thing is called. It's not a monogram, a coat of arms or a cipher. (But whatever exactly it is called, it is very similar to what Prince Charles & Prince Andrew use on their stationery.)

What I do know is it features the Prince of Wales Feathers in the center, surrounded by the Order of Garter Belt, and topped with the Prince of Wales coronet. 


We don't normally see this on mail to well-wishers from Prince Charles. Normally, his mail just features the red Prince of Wales feather. But, Charles does use this a lot on his more personal correspondences, like his personal Christmas card. 

The inside of the card features a photo of Prince Charles & a typed message. The photo was taken by Matthew Brookes as part of Prince Charles's GQ interview in honor of winning GQ Men of the Year award.


The message inside the card is pretty typical of what we see from Clarence House for Birthdays. 



The card says: 
The Prince of Wales was very touched you took the trouble to write as you did on the occasion of his 70th Birthday. 
His Royal Highness greatly appreciated your thoughtfulness and sends you his warmest thanks and very best wishes. 

The back of the card is blank except for a note about the photographer and The Forest Stewardship Council mark that notes this card was made with paper from a sustainable forest.


The reply also included a letter, written by Claudia Spens, the head of the correspondence section at Clarence House. The letter mentions other things I had included in my letter, like my congratulations on the announcement of a new grandchild.


The letter reads: 
Dear Miss Daly,  

The Prince of Wales asked me to thank you for your letter of 8th November.  
His Royal Highness is grateful to you for taking the trouble to write as you did. The Prince of Wales is delighted by the announcement that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child.  

His Royal Highness thoroughly enjoyed the Royal Autumn Tour and was overwhelmed by the lovely welcome and warm reception he received from the countries he visited.  

The Prince of Wales greatly appreciated your good wishes which you have sent on the occasion of his 70th birthday and has asked me to send you the enclosed card along with his warmest thanks and very best wishes.  

Yours Sincerely,  

Claudia Spens
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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Hereditary Prince Alois & Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein - Christmas Reply (2018)

A lovely reply arrived yesterday from Liechtenstein. This is my very first reply for Christmas 2018!

The envelope is the usual from the Liechtenstein Royals and features a Christmas 2018 postmark and stamp.


The back of the envelope features the address for Vaduz Castle, the Liechtenstein Royal's home.


Inside is the Liechtenstein Royal's usual reply. The reply features an embossed coat of arms at the top and lovely textured edges. 



The card is written in German and reads: 
Blessed Christmas and all the best in the New Year.
Sophie Liechtenstein Alois Liechtenstein 

Over the years, I've been conflicted about whether or not the Lichtenstein Royals' signatures are real. I've definitely gotten a number of different versions of the different royals signatures. But when comparing this reply with the Christmas reply from 2017 & 2016, it is obvious the signature is printed on. 


I think they might do a mixture of printed on and real signatures. The printed on signatures are in this thicker blue, and the real signatures are from something that looks more like a pen. (See Hereditary Princess Sophie's 2018 Birthday Reply)

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

How to Style the Royals - Liechtenstein

When writing to the Royals there are a lot of different ways you can address them.

The table below gives two options for the envelope and "Dear _," line.
  • Option #1 is more formal. 
  • Option #2 is informal. 
But there are a number of other options or variations.

WhoEnvelope #1Envelope #2"Dear _," #1"Dear _," #2
Prince Hans-AdamsHSH The PrinceHSH Prince Hans-AdamsYour Serene HighnessPrince Hans-Adams
Princess MarieHSH The PrincessHSH Princess MarieYour Serene HighnessPrincess Marie
Hans-Adams & MarieTSH The Prince & Princess TSH Prince Hans Adams & Princess MarieYour Serene HighnessesPrince Hans Adams &
Princess Marie
Hereditary Prince AloisHSH The Hereditary PrinceHSH Hereditary Prince AloisYour Serene HighnessHereditary Prince Alois
Hereditary Princess SophieHRH The Hereditary Princess HRH Hereditary Princess SophieYour Royal HighnessHereditary Princess Sophie
Alois & SophieHSH Hereditary Prince & HRH Hereditary Princess HSH Hereditary Prince Alois & HRH Hereditary Princess SophieYour Serene Highness & Your Royal HighnessHereditary Prince Alois &
 Hereditary Princess Sophie
OthersHSH Prince/ss (Name)-Your Serene Highness Prince/ss (Name)

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Sunday, December 2, 2018

Prince Harry - Christmas (2014)

This is one of those early replies from before I started my blog, so it never got a blog post.

This reply is for the letter I wrote Prince Harry for Christmas 2014.  The envelope is the usual from the British Royals.



The back of the envelope features Prince Harry's blue solo monogram. Harry, William & Kate (& Meghan), don't use their solo monogram on replies to well-wishers anymore.



The reply is the usual from Clarence House, a photo-card. The front features a photo taken by Chris Jackson from the 1st Invictus Games in London in 2014. This photo was also featured on Prince Harry's birthday reply that year.


The message on the back is the usual sort of thing.


The card reads:
Prince Harry is most grateful to you for the kind message you sent at Christmas and sends you his very best wishes for the New Year. 

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Prince Andrew - Christmas 2014

This is one of those early replies that never got its own blog post. This reply is for the first letter I sent Prince Andrew, for Christmas 2014.

The envelope is the usual from the British Royals. The address accidentally got placed a little high.


The back of the envelope features Prince Andrew's Cypher.



The letter is written by Amanda Thirsk, Prince Andrew's private secretary.


The letter says:
Dear Miss Daly,  

The Duke of York has asked me to thank you for your letter dated 15th December 2014. His Royal Highness was most grateful to you for writing.  
The Duke of York sends you his best wishes for 2015.  

Yours sincerely,  
Amanda Thirsk LVO  
Private Secretary to The Duke of York

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Saturday, December 1, 2018

Writing to the Royals Q&A - December (2018)

As always post your questions about Writing to the Royal, and we will get to them as soon as possible. If you have questions about the royals in general check out our main site.

Question 1: Do you have any experiences in writing to Leonore, Estelle, Gabriel, Alexander of Sweden for their birthdays? Or maybe with the children of the Kings from Spain and the Netherlands? How likely is it for them to reply? 

Answer: The Spain & Sweden don't always reply, I wouldn't expect anything from them for their children's birthdays. I know I've written for the different Swedish grandkids birthday a few times over the year and have never gotten a reply from them. I'm not sure if I've ever written to the Spain kids for their birthday, but I know I've written for other stuff like their confirmation and didn't get a reply. 

I don't think I've ever written for one of the Netherland kids' birthdays, but I think they do reply. 

Question 2: Are Prince Harry and Meghan planning on sending cards for the announcement that their expecting?

Answer: I haven't seen any yet, but I would expect so. Clarence House is just super busy right now. 

Question 3: I mailed a card to Prince Harry for his birthday in September and have not yet received a response. Have you received a response for his birthday? 


Answer: I got Harry's birthday reply in October. You can see it hereClarence House is just super busy right now. A lot of people are waiting for a lot of different replies. 



Thursday, November 29, 2018

Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein - Birthday Reply (2018)

Today, I received a lovely reply from Liechtenstein. I had written to Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein last month for her 51st Brithday.

The envelope is the typical from the Lichtenstein Royals.



The reply is a lovely flat card with a textured edge and embossed coat of arms. The Liechtenstein royals always (in my experience) reply with this same basic card. The "Many thanks for your kind wishes," message would have gotten printed on when the cards were originally made. Since they use this card for all sort of occasions, the 2nd part of the message "on the occasion of my birthday," would have been added latter in their office specificly for this ocassion. That is why it is in a different font.


Sophie hand-signed the card, "Sophie Liechtenstein."

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Princess Elisabeth of Belgium - Birthday Reply (2018)

Today, I received a lovely reply from Belgium. I had written to Princess Elisabeth last month for her 17th Birthday.

The envelope is fairly typical for the Belgium Royals. This envelope features a purple crown with the words "Secrétariat de la Renie/Queen's Secretariat." 


Inside is the Belgium Royal's usual birthday reply, a typed card and photo.


The card reads:
Royal Palace of Brussels 

Their Majesties the King and the Queen express their sincere thanks for the good wishes you addressed to Princess Elizabeth on the occasion of her 17th birthday.
Accompanying the card is a photo of Princess Elisabeth taken this summer as part of a set to mark King Philippe's 5th Anniversary of Accession.


Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Liechtenstein Royal Replies - Main Page

We are still in the process of moving all of our old replies to this new site. You can find more of our old replies here.
Coat of Arms

2019

2018
2017
2016

Monday, November 26, 2018

Prince Harry's Birthday Reply (2014)

This reply is for the very first letter I ever wrote Prince Harry, for his 30th Birthday in 2014. Since I didn't start blogging till 2015, this reply never got its own blog post.

The envelope is the usual for the British Royals.



The back of the envelope features Prince Harry's blue monogram. Back then, whenever you wrote to Harry, William or Kate, you would get a reply with their monogram on it. The Correspondence Section at Clarence House switched to a more generic "Kensington Palace" with Black Crown stationary in 2016, to use for all 3 royals. This was likely a cost-cutting/ time-saving measure.



The Cambridges & Sussexs still have their own solo monogram stationery, which they use for more official or personal things.

Inside was the typical photo card from Clarence House. The front features a photo by Chris Jackson, from the very first Invictus Games in 2014.


The back of the card features the usual sort of message. I especially like that they included which birthday it is.


The card reads: 
Prince Harry was touched you took the trouble to write as you did on the occasion of his 30th birthday. It really was most thoughtful of you and His Royal Highness sends you his warmest thanks and best wishes. 

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Sunday, November 25, 2018

How to Style the Royals - Denmark

When writing to the Royals there are a lot of different ways you can address them.

The table below gives two options for the envelope and "Dear _," line.
  • Option #1 is more formal. 
  • Option #2 is informal. 
But there are a number of other options or variations.

Who Envelope #1 Envelope #2 "Dear _," #1 "Dear _," #2
Queen Margrethe  HM The Queen HM Queen Margrethe Your Majesty Queen Margrethe
Crown Prince Frederik HRH The Crown Prince HRH Crown Prince Frederik Your Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess MaryHRH The Crown Princess HRH Crown Princess Mary Crown Princess Mary
Fredrik & Mary's  Children HRH Prince/ss (Name) - Prince/ss (Name)
Crown Prince Couple HRH The Crown Prince & Crown Princess The Crown Prince Couple Your Royal Highnesses Frederik & Mary
Crown Prince Family TRH The Crown Prince Family  The Crown Prince Family  Crown Prince Family
Prince Joachim HRH Prince Joachim - Your Royal Highness Prince Joachim
Princess Marie HRH Princess Marie - Princess Marie
Joachim's Children HH Prince/ss (Name) - Your Highness Prince/ss (Name)
Joachim & Marie TRH Prince Joachim & Princess Marie - Your Royal Highnesses Joachim & Marie
Princess Benedikte HRH Princess Benedikte - Your Royal Highness Princess Benedikte
Countess AlexandraHE The Countess of Frederiksborg HE Countess Alexandra Your Excellency Countess Alexandra

You can always leave off the "HM," "HRH," "TRH," "HH," or the "The" in the title if you want. "HM," "HRH," "TRH," "HH," doesn't need to be spelled out, except when you are using it as your "Dear _," line.

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How to Style the Royals - Monaco

When writing to the Royals there are a lot of different ways you can address them.

The table below gives two options for the envelope and "Dear _," line.
  • Option #1 is more formal. 
  • Option #2 is informal. 
But there are a number of other options or variations. 
Monaco
Who Envelope #1 Envelope #2 "Dear _," #1 "Dear _," #2
Prince Albert HSH The Sovereign Prince HSH Prince Albert Your Serene Highness Prince Albert
Princess Charlene  HSH The PrincessHSH Princess Charlene Your Serene Highness Princess Charlene
Albert & Charlene TSH The Sovereign Prince & The Princess TSH Prince Albert & Princess Charlene Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert & Princess Charlene
Crown Prince Jacques  HSH The Crown PrinceHSH Crown Prince Jacques Your Serene Highness Crown Prince Jacques 
Princess Gabriella HSH Princess Gabriella Your Serene Highness Princess Gabriella
Jacques & Gabriella TSH The Crown Prince & Princess Gabriella TSH Crown Prince Jacques & Princess Gabriella Their Serene Highnesses Crown Prince Jacques & Princess Gabriella
Albert, Charlene, Jacques & Gabriella TSH The Princely Family The Princely Family Their Serene Highnesses Albert, Charlene, Jacques & Gabriella
Princess Caroline  HRH The Princess of HanoverHRH (or HSH) Princess Caroline Your Royal  Highness
(or Your Serene Highness)
Princess Caroline
Princess Stéphanie  HSH Princess Stéphanie - Your Serene Highness Princess Stéphanie 

If you are using Princess Caroline's title Princess of Hanover, use HRH. But if you are just saying "Princess Caroline", you can use either HRH or HSH.

You can always leave off the "HSH," "TSH," "HRH," or the "The" in the title if you want. "HSH," "TSH," and "HRH," doesn't need to be spelled out, except when you are using it as your "Dear _," line.

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Saturday, November 24, 2018

How to Style the Royals - UK

When writing to the Royals there are a lot of different ways you can address them.

The table below gives two options for the envelope and "Dear _," line.
  • Option #1 is more formal. 
  • Option #2 is informal. 
But there are a number of other options or variations. 

WhoEnvelope #1Envelope #2"Dear _," #1"Dear _," #2
Queen ElizabethHM The QueenHM Queen Elizabeth Your MajestyQueen Elizabeth
Prince Charles HRH The Prince of WalesHRH Prince CharlesYour Royal HighnessPrince Charles
Duke HRH The Duke of (Title)HRH Prince/Duke (Name)Prince/Duke (Name) or Duke of (Title)
Duchess HRH The Duchess of (Title)HRH Duchess (Name) or Princess (Name)Princess/Duchess (Name) or Duchess of (Title)
Prince (using parent's territorial designation) HRH Prince (Name) of (Title)HRH Prince (Name) Prince (Name)
Princess (using parent's territorial designation) HRH Princess (Name) of (Title)HRH Princess (Name) Princess (Name)
Married Princess  HRH Princess (Name)(Married Name)Princess (Name)/ (Married Name) 
Prince Edward HRH The Earl of WessexHRH Prince EdwardYour Royal HighnessPrince Edward
Countess Sophie HRH The Countess of WessexHRH Countess SophieCountess Sophie
Princess AnneHRH The Princess RoyalHRH Princess AnnePrincess Anne
Princess Micheal of Kent HRH Princess Micheal of KentHRH Princess Marie Christine Princess Micheal of Kent / Princess Marie Christine 
Duchess of Kent HRH The Duchess of KentKatharine KentKatharine Kent
Sarah, Duchess of York Sarah, Duchess of YorkSarah FergusonSarah, Duchess of YorkSarah
No Title* Mr./Mrs./Ms
/Miss/Master
(First & Last name)
(First & Last name)Mr./Mrs./Ms
/Miss/Master
(First) (Last)
(First name)

When writing to multiple Royals, you combine the two individual ways.

(*Note on "No Title": Unless it is really really clear who you are writing to, I would include the person's first name.) 

WhoEnvelope #1Envelope #2"Dear _," #1"Dear _," #2
Queen & Philip HM The Queen & HRH The Duke of Edinburgh HM Queen Elizabeth & HRH Prince PhilipYour Majesty and Royal HighnessQueen Elizabeth & Prince Philip
HRH Couple TRH (Title) & (Title) of (Title)TRH (Title) (Name) & (Title) (Name)Your Royal Highnesses(Names) & (Names)
FamiliesTRH The (Title)sThe (Title)sYour Royal HighnessesList individual name (either just the parents or everyone). 
Princess Anne & Sir Tim HRH The Princess Royal & Vice Admiral Sir Tim LaurenceHRH Princess Anne & Sir TimYour Royal Highness & Sir TimPrincess Anne & Sir Tim
Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank HRH Princess Eugenie & Mr. Jack BrooksbankMr. & Mrs. BrooksbankYour Royal Highness & Mr. BrooksbankPrincess Eugenie & Mr. Brooksbank, or Mr. & Mrs. Brooksbank

You can always leave off the "HM," "HRH," "TRH," or the "The" in the title if you want. "HM," "HRH," "TRH," doesn't need to be spelled out, except when you are using it as your "Dear _," line.

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Friday, November 23, 2018

Christmas Replies (2018)

This year is my 5th year writing to the Royals for Christmas.

Replies I've received: 
UK
Belgium
Liechtenstein 
Monaco

Replies I am waiting on: 
  • Names in Red - I haven't always/ever gotten a Christmas reply from them
  • Names in BlueThis is the first time I've written to them for Christmas
  • UK
    • Prince Andrew
    • The Wessexs
    • Princess Anne & Sir Tim
  • Monaco 
    • Princess Stephanie
  • Sweden 
    • King Carl Gustaf & Queen Silvia
  • Former Monarchies
    • Crown Prince Alexander & Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia
    • King Constantine & Queen Anne-Marie of Greece
    • Princess Margareta & Prince Radu of Romania
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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Netherland Royal Replies - Main Page

We are still in the process of moving all of our old replies to this new site. You can find more of our old replies here.
King Willem-Alexander & Queen Maxima's monograms

2019
Birthday:
Other: 
2018
Birthday:
  • King Willem-Alexander 
  • Queen Maxima
Other: 
2017
Birthday:
  • Queen Maxima
Other: 
2016
Birthday:
  • King Willem-Alexander 
  • Queen Maxima
Other: 
2015
Other:
  • King Willem-Alexander & Queen Maxima - Visit to the USA

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Monaco Royal Replies - Main Page

We are still in the process of moving all of our old replies to this new site. You can find more of our old replies here.

Monaco usually responds with a card printed for that occasion. The responses are often bi-lingual English and French. Occasionally they will be Tri-lingual, with Monégasque added. Occasionally, you will get a letter in response. 

Be sure to pay attention to the stamps and postmarks as they can be very interesting. If you are trying to identify a stamp on your own letter, check out http://www.oetp-monaco.com/.

2019
Birthdays 
Other 


2018
Birthdays 
Other 
2017
Birthdays 
Other 
2016
Birthdays 
Other 
2015
Birthdays
Other
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