THE DUKE and Duchess of Sussex have written individual letters to young well-wishers at a Stratford school.
Prince Harry and mum-to-be Meghan might be busy preparing for the arrival of their first child, but that did not prevent the royal couple finding the time to reply to pupils of The Dolphins Class at The Willows Primary School who had written to them to congratulate them on their baby which is due in the next few weeks.
A post on the class’ Twitter page announced the arrival of a package of letters individually addressed to each child.
A letter addressed to teacher Sarah Davis said: “Their Royal Highnesses were immensely touched that you took the trouble to write, as well as organise the children to write such lovely letters. Please find enclosed individual replies for each child and I would be most grateful if you could distribute them on my behalf. This letter comes with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s warmest thanks and very best wishes.”
The royal couple recently moved into their new home in Windsor having now taken a step back from public engagements.
They confirmed they would be keeping details of the birth private but the palace would make an announcement when the baby was born.