“A small but dedicated Correspondence Team are carefully sorting, reading and responding to the messages as they arrive.”
The Royal Family’s social media accounts were met with further messages of support and gratitude to the team working hard to respond to the letters and cards.
Lovely to see. I’m sending mine out to Buckingham Palace this week from Texas!
— Hudson Smith-Bothun (@HudsonsOfficial) October 1, 2022
How touching… we’ll never truly comprehend just how much the late Queen Elizabeth truly meant to us as a nation ????????????
— Alex Charman (@AlexCharman4) October 1, 2022
Wow! I love the correspondence team of BRF. They do a wonderful job! ????
I’ll be sending mine out soon. ❤ Will be sad to receive another black lined card though ????????
Ps. You forgot to mention that these cards are from all around the world. The world is sending support ❤
— Umaimah Majaz ???? (@theroyalhobby) October 1, 2022
@RoyalFamily Thinking of you all, May God Bless …
— Karen Marie Onifer (Hulbert) (@theloangal) October 1, 2022
In a recent statement released by the Palace, His Majesty and the Royal Family have said they are “deeply moved” by the messages of support.
“His Majesty The King and the Royal Family wish to send their sincere gratitude for the messages of condolence received from around the world,” the statement read.
“The Royal Family has been deeply moved by the global response and affection shown for The Queen as people join them in mourning the loss of Her Majesty.”
In an effort to pay tribute to his late mother, in one of his first official acts as King, Charles personally picked images of Queen Elizabeth to be presented on a set of stamps in honour of the late Monarch’s 70-year reign.
Four portrait stamps honouring Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s remarkable 70-year reign are the centrepiece of our new commemorative collection.
Explore the collection: https://t.co/isHnWEPVCQ pic.twitter.com/9amA3VVZKc
— Royal Mail (@RoyalMail) September 27, 2022
The Royal Mail announced the commemorative stamp collection following the end of the mourning period for Her Majesty.
“For the past seventy years, every British stamp has been personally approved by Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth,” Simon Thompson, CEO of the Royal Mail, said in a statement.
“Today we are unveiling these stamps, the first to be approved by His Majesty The King, in tribute to a woman whose commitment to public service and duty was unparalleled in the history of this country.”