Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, turned 41 on Thursday.

In celebration of her birthday, British Royal Family members took their greetings to social media. Aside from the well-wishes, the posts also included photos of the Duchess of Sussex.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are only some of the senior members of the Royal Firm who took the time to mark the former working royal's special day.

On Twitter, the future King and Queen Consort shared a solo picture of their sister-in-law and wished her a "happy birthday."


The Sun later suggested that the move appears to be a pause from the reported tensions between the Sussexes and the rest of the British Royal Family. It claimed that the royal couple "put their royal rift aside" for the day to send their greetings.

Aside from Kate Middleton and Prince William, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles also greeted Meghan Markle on her 41st birthday.

On the same social media platform, the next King and Queen Consort posted a photo of the former working royal using their official account. The caption reads, "Happy Birthday to The Duchess of Sussex."

Reports noted that the two senior royal couples utilized similar pictures of Prince Harry's wife. As stated, they show her "beaming in white" at one of the events during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee earlier in June.

It remains unclear how Meghan Markle will celebrate her 41st birthday. But, some publications seemingly have similar assertions about the matter.

Hello! magazine reported that the former working royal is "thought to be celebrating her special day in private." It also suggested Prince Harry and their two children will undoubtedly "spoil" her as they mark the occasion.

People later asserted that the Duchess of Sussex is "spending her birthday privately" with the Duke of Sussex and their children. However, it did not provide any details regarding the matter.

The magazine, nevertheless, recalled how the former actress marked her milestone birthday last year. It unearthed that she announced her "40x40 initiative," which encouraged individuals to commit 40 minutes of their time to support women returning to work.

Meanwhile, a separate report from Hello! magazine said Prince Harry received "some joyous news" on the same day Meghan Markle turned 41.

As explained, the non-profit conservation organization, African Parks, where he serves as President, completed a "monumental" project on July 31.

The magazine added that the mission was previously launched to "maintain healthy habits" and "establish viable elephant populations" in Malawi's national parks, and "ensure the prosperity of local communities living" around the area.