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Kate Middleton and Prince William Post Touching Birthday Tribute to Meghan Markle on Twitter

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One big, happy, royal family.

As Duchess Meghan celebrates her 41st birthday with Prince Harry and their two kids, Archie and Lilibet, her husband's royal family members are wishing her a happy day.

Photo credit: Stephen Pond - Getty Images
Photo credit: Stephen Pond - Getty Images

On August 4, Duchess Kate and Prince William shared a message for the Duchess of Sussex, posting a photo of her on their official Twitter with the caption, "Wishing a happy birthday to The Duchess of Sussex!"

In the photo, Meghan wears the all-white Dior ensemble she wore to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee in London.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also wished Meghan a happy birthday on Twitter, sharing a separate photo of her in the same elegant look. "Happy birthday to The Duchess of Sussex!" they wrote, adding a balloon emoji.

The royals' birthday tributes to Meghan come amid the ongoing rumors of an alleged estrangement between the Sussexes and the Cambridges.

Meghan's appearance at the National Service of Thanksgiving in June marked her first official royal outing in the United Kingdom since she and Harry stepped down as senior royals in 2020. The Sussexes now live full time in California, where they continue to run their nonprofit, Archewell, as well as work on other charitable and entertainment-related projects.

Last month, the pair visited New York City to attend a special event at the United Nations honoring the late activist and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. Harry made a speech at the event as part of Nelson Mandela Day and, among other things, spoke about how much Africa has meant to him since he first visited at age 13 and how it has connected him to the two most important women in his life: his mother, the late Princess Diana, and his wife, Meghan.

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