Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
What's the secret message in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's monogram? Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle wave from the Ascot Landau Carriage during their carriage procession on Castle Hill outside Windsor Castle in Windsor, on May 19, 2018 after their wedding ceremony. Getty Images/Aaron Chown

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have just unveiled their monogram, and eagle-eyed fans noticed a hidden message in it.

According to Emily Hodgkin of Daily Express, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's monogram includes a symbol with a special meaning. Prince Harry and Markle's monogram has a strawberry leaf symbol that signifies a "duchy." In the medieval times, various plants and symbols were used to ascribe meaning to the ornament.

Meanwhile, historians have determined that the strawberry leaf is a symbol of perfection and righteousness. It also has three partitions which are linked to the Holy Trinity.

According to People, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's monograph was unveiled for the first time on Australian television last week by "Today" presenter Georgie Gardner. She announced that she had received a thank-you note from Prince Harry and Markle after sending them a wedding gift back in May.

The couple thanked her for "the incredibly thoughtful wedding gift." They also apologized for the delay in sending the letter due to their hectic schedule. "As you can hopefully understand, it has been a very busy time for us," Gardner read.

In related news, Markle's family drama continues as her dad, Thomas Markle Sr., agrees to do more interviews. Just recently, Thomas did a lengthy interview with Daily Mail and took credits to the duchess' success.

I refuse to stay quiet," Thomas said. "What riles me is Meghan's sense of superiority. She'd be nothing without me. I made her the Duchess she is today. Everything that Meghan is, I made her. [...] She became the woman that she is today thanks to everything I did for her. And did I get any recognition for it? Any thanks? She doesn't even speak to me now. How cold is that?"

Meanwhile, royal commentator James Brookes advised the palace to address Thomas. According to the expert, the issue will continue until the royals open a communication line with Markle's father.

"But, unless the Palace release a statement detailing any help they might have previously offered Thomas Markle that he might have refused plus any rebuke of his comments, we'll be seeing a lot more of this kind of tittle-tattle," Brookes told Express.