Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, and more royals wished Meghan Markle a happy birthday on Twitter
The royal family is pulling out all the social media stops for Meghan Markle‘s first birthday as the Duchess of Sussex. Meghan turned 37 on Saturday, August 4th, and Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, as well as her father-in-law, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, all wished her happy birthday with sweet pictures on their official Twitter accounts.
The image on behalf of the queen shows her smiling ear to ear with Meghan at their first solo outing together. Less than a month after the royal wedding, they took the royal train overnight and attended a bridge opening in Cheshire on June 14th.
The image from Clarence House, the residence of Prince Charles and Camilla, shows the three of them smiling together at Meghan’s debut as a royal on May 22, three days after her wedding. The occasion was a garden party and early celebration of Prince Charles’ 70th birthday.
Meghan is spending her first birthday since marrying Prince Harry in May at the wedding of a close friend of her husband’s, Charlie Van Straubenzee, who is saying “I do” to Daisy Jenks. For the occasion, Meghan wore a colorblock shirtdress from Club Monaco and her go-to Aquazzura pumps, as well as a hat by her favorite milliner, Philip Treacy.