"Thank you everyone for your lovely messages on The Duchess of Sussex's birthday", Kensington Palace added.
Meghan Markle celebrated her 37th birthday yesterday at the wedding of Prince Harry's pal Charlie van Straubenzee.
This year, Meghan Markle is spending her birthday at someone else's party.
Of course, the Duchess kept her cool and handled the whole thing like a professional, smiling and waving to the crowds before promptly re-fastening the button.
Less than a month after the royal wedding, they took the royal train overnight and attended a bridge opening in Cheshire.
Van Straubenzee also reportedly gave a speech at Harry and Markle's exclusive evening wedding reception at Frogmore House.
It was her first birthday as an official member of the royal family.
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She joined her new husband Prince Harry for the wedding of the prince's long-time friend Charlie van Straubenzee to videographer Daisy Jenks.
And Meghan made the refreshing choice of wearing a (relatively) affordable outfit: her pleated colour-block dress is from Club Monaco and retails for about CAD $425. He was even an an usher at Harry and Meghan's wedding at Windsor Castle in May.
A united, cross-platform front-and a way of saying, in the midst of the Thomas Markle drama, they remain firmly behind Meghan.
The estrangement came after Thomas was found to have been paid for paparazzi photos.
Who wouldn't want to own a vehicle that Harry and Meghan have driven around in?
Harry and Mr van Straubenzee are said to have struck up a close friendship as the groom, 30, and the royal attended Ludgrove School in Berkshire together.
Many feel he went a step too far when he told the Daily Mail that Princess Diana would have "loathed" the way the Royal Family had treated him.