Prince Harry, Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will most likely send out thank you cards post-baby's birth. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle lay floral tributes at New Zealand House on March 19, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Ian Vogler-WPA Pool

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be congratulated by royal fans following their baby’s arrival in a sweet way.

Instead of just posting messages of congratulations on social media, royal fans may write to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and they may also receive a response from the royal couple.

People revealed that complete address and format on how to write to the couple and confirmed that the letter should be addressed to the Clarence House in the United Kingdom.

Markle and Prince Harry are still residing at Kensington Palace at the moment, but they are expected to move back to Frogmore Cottage ahead of their baby’s arrival. Even though they do not live in Clarence House, their correspondence section is located in Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ home.

The publication noted that those who will mistakenly send out a letter to Markle and Prince Harry via Kensington Palace should not worry because those letters will still be redirected to the Clarence House. As such, there is a huge possibility that Markle and Prince Harry will still receive them.

Royal fans who wish to greet Markle and Prince Harry on their baby’s arrival should include a return address. This way, the royal couple’s aides may send a letter with a photo back to the royal fans.

It has become a common practice for the members of the royal family to respond to those who greet them on special occasions. For instance, Prince William and Kate Middleton regularly thank those who congratulated them on their wedding and the arrival of their three children.

Prince Charles also congratulated royal fans last year following his 70th birthday celebration. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are also known to do the same thing.

Markle and Prince Harry also sent out thank you notes to royal fans following their respective birthdays and their cards were separate from each other.