A new portrait of Kate Middleton and Prince William has been revealed on Twitter Wednesday. Royal photographer Paul Ratcliffe, who sent a card to the couple on the occasion of their 5th anniversary in April, got a thank you card from them. He took to Twitter and shared the picture of the card.

The British royal couple celebrated their 5th wedding anniversary on April 29. Kate and William delighted all their fans and well-wishers who had sent them good wishes for their anniversary by sending them thank you cards that featured a new photo of themselves. On the front of the card was a picture of the couple, while the backside had a message from them.

“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were so touched that you took the trouble to write as you did on the occasion of their 5th Wedding Anniversary. It really was most thoughtful of you and Their Royal Highnesses send you their warmest thanks and best wishes,” the message reads.

The picture shows Kate and William looking very happy as they smile for the camera. The Duchess of Cambridge is radiant in a white skirt-suit combination. Her 33-year-old husband looks dapper in a blue suit and tie while standing with his arm around her.

The royal appear to be posing in the grounds of Kensington Palace for the picture. The picture was clicked by Chris Jelf, the photographer who also captured Kate and William and their two kids at the Kensington Palace garden. The picture was later released on the occasion of Christmas.

In the picture, the stylish Kate appears to be wearing an Alberta Ferretti beige embroidered detail jacket. The jacket features three-quarter length sleeves, Peter Pan collar, two pockets on either side, embroidered detailing along the front and rear, a concealed snap button fastening, and a slim fit. Kate pairs it with a white pleated skirt which is believed to be from Whistles Lina Dobby Skirt, which is a recycled one. She wore it for the first time in Los Angeles in 2011.