The royal family’s no-nonsense birthday messages to Meghan Markle on her 41st birthday

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Meghan Markle celebrated her 41st birthday yesterday, and the royal family celebrated the Duchess’ big day by publicly sending her a series of fairly straightforward, no-frills messages.

Since Markle lives in Montecito, California, she likely spent her special day in the US with Prince Harry and their two children, Archie, three, and Lilibet (“Lili”), one.

And her royal relatives opted for simple “Happy Birthday” sayings to show her some love from afar.

Leading the tributes were Kate Middleton and Prince William, who wrote on their official Twitter account: “Happy Birthday to the Duchess of Sussex!”

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They released a photo of a markle at the National Service of Thanksgiving, held at St. Paul’s Cathedral during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.

At the time, the Duchess of Sussex wore a graceful white tailcoat from Dior’s Spring/Summer 22 Haute Couture collection.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall joined in, sharing the same photo on their @ClarenceHouse Twitter account with an accompanying message that read, “Congratulations to the Duchess of Sussex!”

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However, the Queen did not share a birthday message via the Royal Family’s Twitter account.

On Markle’s 40th birthday last year, Her Majesty commemorated her daughter-in-law’s milestone birthday and released a trio of photos, including one of her and Markle’s visit to Cheshire on the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Another photo was a sweet family shot of Markle, Prince Harry and baby Archie.

Markle launched the 40×40 initiative for her recent birthday, encouraging people from around the world to donate 40 minutes of their time to help women who have lost their jobs.

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“As I turn 40, I’m asking 40 friends to donate 40 minutes of their time to help a woman getting back into the workforce,” she said in a video at the time.

“Over 2 million in the US alone and tens of millions around the world have lost their jobs due to Covid and I think if we all do it and commit every 40 minutes to some type of service we can create a ripple effect.”

Earlier this year it was reported that Markle and Prince Harry had a “very private” video call with Middleton to celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge’s 40th birthday.

Royal expert Christopher Andersen tells Us weekly The Sussexes were remotely part of Middleton’s birthday.

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“They wished her a happy birthday. [It was] very private. Harry and Meghan had no intention of posting anything like they did two years ago,” he told the news outlet at the time.

The return of Markle and Prince Harry to the UK with their children for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June marked the family’s first visit since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior working royals in 2020.

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