After the death of The Queen in September, the schoolgirl sent a picture of the late monarch to Wills and Kate’s daughter. The drawing showed the Queen with her dogs.
“Dear Princess Charlotte. I drew you a picture of your great grandma walking her dogs to remember her,” she wrote. “I am six and one days would like to feed the corgis.” Now, her school has confirmed she received a sweet reply from the Cambridges.
A Twitter post from the little girl’s school read: “[The little girl] received VIP mail from Kensington Palace this morning! Last year [she] wrote a special letter and painted a beautiful picture for Princess Charlotte to cheer her up.” Kate and Wills sent a special letter on special Kensington Palace stationery. The pair also sent the six-year-old a portrait of the Queen smiling.
On Twitter, Tammie Luke replied: “Absolutely lovely! That Meredith would think of Princess Charlotte at a time such as this, great job on her parents’ part. How special she must feel receiving her VIP post today! Thoughtful people are always fondly remembered.”
KDiddy said: “Fantastic drawing! That was just lovely of you. What a sweetheart! So, pleased you received a kind-hearted thank you. So thoughtful all around. Have a blessed day.”
Royal Wales said: “So sweet of you Meredith. You are a true example of how we can be kind to others no matter our age!!”
“What a sweet child to do something so special and thoughtful! I’m thrilled that she got a reply; she’ll cherish it always. I hope she meets the Princess and gets to feed the corgis!” Connie agreed.
To bad there’s no such person as Princess Kate. Her name is Catherine