Meghan Markle showcased her exquisite handwriting in a personal thank you note to novelist Matt Haig whose poem she included in the September issue of British Vogue issue.
Matt, 44, shared the card on his Instagram account.
It shows the Duchess's gorgeously written letter, captioned: "HRH Duchess Meghan called me a 'force for change' and now I can die happy."
The card, imprinted with a monogram of her initial with a crown perched atop, says: "Dear Matt, since reading 'Notes on a Nervous Planet' last fall, it instantly became a household favourite.
"When I knew I would be guest editing the September issue of British Vogue I knew you had to be a part of it.
"Thank you for being a force for change. The world needs more of you!"
The Duchess guest-edited the September issue of British Vogue, which included Matt's poem – 'A note from the beach'.
Matt revealed that he came home to find an 'unusual mail' amid all the bills and magazines.
He wrote: "An envelope from Kensington Palace.
"HRH Duchess Meghan called me a 'force for change' and now I can die happy.
"This year is beyond anything I imagined, years ago, getting rejection after rejection from publishers.
"I would love to go back in time and tell my young hopeless suicidal self about all of this magic to stay alive for.
"Persist. (I have now enrolled for handwriting classes.)"
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