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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Sent Thank You Cards to Their Anniversary Well-Wishers

The letter includes a personal photograph, too.
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Yesterday, amateur photographer Paul Ratcliffe posted a photograph of a letter he received from Kensington Palace, thanking him for a card he'd sent to the royals for their sixth wedding anniversary.


The letter–which he has taken a photograph of, along with a personal image of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their trip to Bhutan last year–reads: 'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are most grateful to you for the message you so kindly took the trouble to send on the occasion of their 6th Wedding Anniversary.

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"It really was most thoughtful of you and Their Royal Highnesses send you their warmest thanks and best wishes."

On Monday, the couple, who are currently seeking damages from France's Closer magazine, took to Instagram to thank the public for wishing them well on their anniversary, with a wedding photo and caption that read: "Thank you so much for all the lovely messages wishing The Duke and Duchess a happy sixth wedding anniversary."

Thank you so much for all the lovely messages wishing The Duke and Duchess a happy sixth wedding anniversary. ????PA.

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From: Elle UK

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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