Prince Harry and Meghan have the most elegant joint monogram

2018-07-31 09:55
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Cape Town – A glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s official joint monogram has finally been revealed – and it’s as elegant as you’d imagine!

The emblem was noticed by viewers on a personalised thank you card that was sent to host on The Today Show in Australia, Georgie Gardner.

During the morning show Georgie shared that she gifted the couple a “neoprene picnic rug” when she was in London covering the royal wedding in May and received a thank you note for it.


Above the kind words the couple wrote to thank Georgie was Harry and Meghan's first initials, delicately combined and embellished with a coronet.

According to E! News the coronet also features on Meghan’s coat of arms, which was unveiled 10 days after her wedding in May.

READ MORE: Meghan’s brand-new coat of arms is a major break with royal tradition

According to the royal family’s official website, the coronet was assigned to the Duchess of Sussex and is the crown “laid down by a Royal Warrant of 1917 for the sons and daughters of the Heir Apparent.”

The coronet features “two crosses patée, four fleurs-de-lys and two strawberry leaves.”


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The elegant monogram comes after numerous tweaks Meghan has made to fit in with her new royal life. She most recently showed off her new signature and is rumoured to be speaking with more of a British accent of late.

READ MORE: See how Meghan’s signature has changed since joining the royal family 

(Screengrab: Twitter/TheTodayShow)

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