She hasn’t forgotten! Meghan Markle‘s 37th birthday recently passed on Aug. 4, and royals fans made sure to send the new Duchess of Sussex their best birthday wishes. Meghan was apparently so moved by all of her gifts that she just sent out thank you cards to everyone who remembered her on her joyous day.

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, royal reporter Omid Scobie shared what the cards looked like on Twitter, and in the heartfelt photo, Meghan can be seen enjoying the company of her fans. 

“A look at the latest ‘Thank You’ card being sent out by Kensington Palace on behalf of Duchess Meghan to those who wished her a Happy Birthday,” he captioned the pic. 

Meghan celebrated her birthday with her husband, Prince Harry, at his friend Charlie Van Straubenzee’s wedding to Daisy Jenks in Surrey, England. She looked absolutely stunning in a flowing Club Monaco multi-colored dress with a simple black clutch.

On top of that, her new family gave her the best birthday shout-outs ever on social media. The official royal family Twitter account posted a cute photo of Meghan and Queen Elizabeth. The caption read, “Happy Birthday to HRH The Duchess of Sussex! #HappyBirthdayHRH!” Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla’s Clarence House Twitter account also recognized Meghan on her birthday and wrote, “Wishing HRH The Duchess of Sussex a very Happy Birthday” with a sweet photo of all three of them together. 

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Since Meghan didn’t throw a huge celebration on her birthday, she celebrated it like a true royal and didn’t break royal tradition. When her and Harry’s engagement was announced in September 2017, a source told E! News that Harry has never been the one to like outrageous parties.

“Harry doesn’t like to make a fuss of birthdays so he liked that it was just the two of them,” the insider said. “Sometimes it doesn’t have to be a huge thing with a group of friends.” We can’t wait to see the type of cards Meghan will send next year!

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