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Lord Sosnowitz 01-17-2004 06:32 PM

Letters To Royals
Please help?
Share your experience, please!

sara1981 01-18-2004 12:25 AM

I write letters to Prince Wills and Prince Charles if both got birthdays but i got e-mail from Wills before i gone to tours in Nov.2002 but i never met Prince Wills but i met Prince Charles at Prince's trust i shake him!

Sara Boyce

Lord Sosnowitz 01-18-2004 08:06 AM

And how did you address the letter?
And they sent you pics or anything else?

Titania 01-18-2004 09:55 AM

you can write to Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Charles at

St Jame's palace
London Sw1A 1BS
United Kingdom

Lord Sosnowitz 01-19-2004 03:07 AM

What's address of Duke of York?
Thanks Titania!

Lord Sosnowitz 04-13-2004 07:21 AM

What's address of Prince of Orange?
Everybody know it?

The Watcher 04-13-2004 07:56 AM

H.R.H. The Prince of Orange
Noordeinde 66
2514 GL Den Haag
Fax: 070 364 29 21

GrandDuchess 04-13-2004 02:47 PM

To send correspondence to a member of The Royal House of Sweden, you can do that by adressing one of them, for example:

H.M. The King (or, if you'd like H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf)
H.M. The Queen (or, or you'd like, H.M. Queen Silvia)
H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria
H.R.H. Prince Carl Philip
H.R.H. Princess Lilian, Duchess of Halland
H.R.H. Princess Christina, Mrs Magnuson

and then the address:

Kungliga Slottet (or if you'd like, in English, the Royal Palace of Stockholm)
111 30 Stockholm

GrandDuchess 04-13-2004 02:56 PM

To send correspondence to a member the British Royal Family, you can write to:

Buckingham Palace
London SW1A 1AA

To send correspondence to the Prince of Wales, Prince William or Prince Harry, you can write to:

Clarence House
St. James's Palace
London SW1A 1BA

mybags 04-13-2004 03:59 PM


Originally posted by Lord Sosnowitz@Jan 18th, 2004 - 8:06 am
And how did you address the letter?
And they sent you pics or anything else?

It depends. Sometimes they will send you a picture, other times it is just a thank you note. I received a thank you from the Crown Prince and Princess of Norway and it included a picture of Ingrid Alexandra. From Princess Marie of Liechtenstein I received a one sentence thank you with her original signature. It just depends on the format the family uses. Hope this helps you out.

carlota 04-13-2004 05:05 PM

SM el Rey Don Juan Carlos de España
SM la Reina Doña Sofia de España
SAR el Principe de Asturias
SAR la Infanta Cristina de España
SAR la Infanta Elena de España
Doña Letizia Ortiz (since the wedding, SAR la Princesa de Asturias)

Casa de Su Majestad el Rey
Palacio de La Zarzuela
Madrid (España)

mybags 04-13-2004 05:11 PM

You can reach any of the members of the Belgian Royal Family at this address:

Royal Palace
Brederodestraat 16
1000 Brussels

mybags 04-13-2004 05:12 PM

*HSH Prince Hans-Adam II
*HSH Princess Marie
*HSH Hereditary Prince Alois
*HSH Hereditary Princess Sophie

Vaduz Castle
9490 Vaduz
Principality of Liechtenstein

mybags 04-13-2004 05:13 PM

Any of the members of the Monegasque Princely Family

Palais Grimaldi
2 Boulevard des Moulins
98015 Monte Carlo

mybags 04-13-2004 05:14 PM

Members of the Luxemburgish Grand Ducal Family

Palais Grand Ducal
2447 Luxembourg

GrandDuchess 05-25-2004 07:49 PM

Yesterday I got a letter from Princess Benedikte of Denmark’s lady-in-waiting Karin of Rosenborg, which basically said thank you for the card I sent to Benedikre’s 60th bithday in April and that she appreciated it very much. I must say though, that her lady-in-waiting had a lovely handwriting – just beautiful old fashioned!

But as “mybags” said, how they answer you depends on how each royal family does these things.

When I write to a royal (I’m gonna try to be better at appreciating my favourite royals, until now, the card to Princess Benedikte’s birthday was my first time sending correspondence. Before I have just written in books laid out for special occasions for the Royal House of Sweden) I use a formal tone in the letter/card – but don’t let the message text get to formal.

For ex. I address the envelope to H.R.H. and then name and title, and also the letter/card’s opening phrase. The text can be more “normal”, and then I end with some nice finishing phrase.

This was some feedback from my side; I would love to hear how others do!

hillary_nugent 05-26-2004 12:16 AM

HEy...has any Royalty EVER written back?? O__O

oh...and is there a royalty among us?!?! O______O who is it?

sherry11 05-26-2004 07:42 AM


HEy...has any Royalty EVER written back?? O__O

Yeah! I received a very nice letter from Queen Noor. And it was handwritten too! I wrote her because I read her book, "Leap of Faith," and I told her that it was very informative too. And my roommate, Marianne, who posts here too, says that Royals really do read some of the things that we post on a lot of boards, because she gets to go shopping with the ones who visit New York. And she says that they do like to read these things. And she says that sometimes they find what we write funny or flattering. But she said that sometimes they become upset too, or get their feelings hurt, but not very often. But Marianne still won't tell me if they actually join to post their own messages. But knowing Marianne, that probably means that they do, and she won't tell me.


hillary_nugent 05-26-2004 09:33 PM

WOW!!! that is soooooooooo cool!!! ^___^ Royalties actually read what we post???? O_O wow...well hello to you if you are a royalty hahahaha....and i think it's nice that some royals actually take the time to read their fanmail! by the way is there by any chance any REAL [hahaha] royals among us LTR members???

theprincess 05-27-2004 12:07 AM

I would like to write to a royal but I am not really sure what to say/ask them. To anyone who has written to a royal...what did you say in your letter?

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