Hear, Ye! Hear, Ye! Meghan Markle’s Official Royal Monogram Is Here
Since marrying Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has snagged a new title, a bold bio and a coat of arms. Now, she even has her very own royal monogram—ya know, because writing a full name is just too much for royalty.
The Duchess of Sussex’s official royal symbol was quietly included atop the press release that Kensington Palace issued about her splashy California-inspired coat of arms. The relatively simple monogram includes a cursive “M” (no dramatic fonts here) topped with a crown.
Harry’s royal cipher employs the same font and crown, the latter representing the House of Windsor.
Though we plebeians love to throw monograms on everything from towels to koozies, don’t expect to see Meghan’s emblem on the reg because palace-issued monograms are rarely used outside official correspondence.
One thing’s for sure, as a former calligrapher, the duchess could’ve easily whipped that monogram up herself, which begs the question: Did she?