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Royal watchers are divided over Prince William and Kate’s latest letter to a fan

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge usually reply to letters

October 13, 2019 – 14:41 BST Hanna Fillingham

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are identified for sending out thanks playing cards to those that write to them, however the royal couple are about to change the way in which they do that – one thing that has divided opinion amongst their followers. Twitter account British_RoyalReplies shared a letter that had been despatched to a fan on behalf of the royal couple on 30 September to thank them for his or her well-wishes forward of the King’s Cup regatta. In the notice, it defined that the royal couple will probably be slicing again on the variety of letters they reply to, and as a substitute will deal with vital events reminiscent of Christmas and birthdays. It learn: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greatly appreciate all the messages that are sent in celebration of special events. However, with limited resources available to handle the growing volume of cards they receive, Their Royal Highnesses will now focus on responding to a select number of these occasions such as Christmas, birthdays and significant anniversaries.”

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Kate Middleton and Prince William are slicing again on the quantity of letters they write to followers

Many followers have shared their opinion in regards to the Cambridges’ determination on Twitter, with one writing: “Seems sensible. They spent over £1million in postage/stationery last year plus staff and time/cost,” whereas one other wrote: “I’m not surprised, they must get mountains and if this stops it then that saves quite a few trees too from fans sending stuff and the replies going back, plus all the other added costs. Just makes the replies people have more precious.” Others have been sad to hear that they would not get any extra letters, with one other fan writing: “Bit sad about that as I enjoy receiving mail from them but that’s understandable.”

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Royal followers will subsequent see Kate and William in Pakistan throughout their royal tour

The Cambridges aren’t the one members of the royal household to be altering the way in which they correspond with their followers, as the identical message was shared by Clarence House, who reply all of the mail for well-wishers for Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and in fact the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It is probably going that this can even apply for these messaging the Queen and Prince Philip, together with the prolonged members of the royal household.

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While royal followers will not be listening to from the Cambridges as a lot as they want, they are going to be in a position to sustain to date with their every day actions over the subsequent few days as Prince William and Kate are set to embark on a four-day tour of Pakistan, beginning on Monday 14 October. The couple will depart their three kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, at residence within the UK, and are travelling on the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Kensington Palace stated in a assertion earlier within the month: “Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake an official go to to Pakistan between Monday 14th and Friday 18th October, on the request of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This will probably be Their Royal Highnesses’ first official go to to Pakistan.

“Whilst The Duke and Duchess’s programme pays respect to the historic relationship between Britain and Pakistan, it can largely deal with showcasing Pakistan as it’s right this moment – a dynamic, aspirational and forward-looking nation. From the trendy leafy capital Islamabad, to the colourful metropolis of Lahore, the mountainous countryside within the North, and the rugged border areas to the West, the go to will span over 1000km, and will absorb Pakistan’s wealthy tradition, its various communities, and its stunning landscapes.”

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