No Archie, sadly...

Harry & Meghan Send Cute Thank-You Card Replying To Christmas Greetings

Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan's Thank-You Card For Christmas 2020

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have now sent thank-you cards from their new home in sunny California to everyone who sent the family Christmas greetings in 2020. They chose a cute couple's photo — but fans are still a little disappointed that Archie is missing!

Even if Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have stepped away from the British Royal Family, some traditions will remain with them. Such was the case with their annual Christmas card, which fans were treated to at the end of 2020.

Now, the Duke and Duchess have been busy mailing out more cards, but this time it was as thanks for Christmas greetings they received in California. For the new card, they went with a cute couple's photo.

Duchess Meghan & Prince Harry's thank-you card in 2021

The Instagram account Gertsreplies, which collects royal letters and cards, has now published Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's Christmas 2020 thank-you card. The snapshot on the card shows them in Dubbo, Australia, in 2018.

While Harry gives a speech in the pouring rain, Meghan stands next to him and lovingly holds an umbrella over the two of them. Harry also looks very happy in the photo. Some Royal fans had probably hoped for a new picture of Archie too, but that'll have to wait for now.

On the blog "Gert's Royal Replies," you can also read the message Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan sent in their thank-you greeting: "Thank you for your thoughtful message. We appreciate the kind words and the time you have taken to write to us on this special occasion. Sending you our warmest wishes."

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Harry and Meghan choose 2018 couple's picture for Christmas thank-you card.

The kind card came after confusion surrounding Duchess Meghan's name change on Archie's birth certificate, which she later cleared up in a statement through her spokesperson. In case you missed it, you can also see the Sussex family's card for Christmas 2020 here.