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See Duchess Meghan's impeccable handwriting in this heartfelt thank you note

She clearly hasn't lost her special touch!

Before Meghan became the Duchess of Sussex and even Rachel Zane on Suits, she freelanced as a calligrapher and from what we can see she clearly hasn't lost her special touch.
In a recent tweet by Luminary Bakery, Duchess Meghan's impeccable handwriting is on full display in a photo which shows a handwritten note.
The note, addressed to the London-based bakery, was to thank them for their involvement in the September issue of British Vogue, which Meghan helped to guest edit.
Under Meghan's gold official monogram and dated July 2019, the letter reads: "Dear Alice, when I knew I would be secretly guest editing the September issue of British Vogue, including Luminary Bakery was non-negotiable.
"The work you do, what you represent to the community, the spirit of the women there – you all embody what it means to be 'forces for change.'
"Thank you for being a part of this special project," she adds, simply signing the note "Meghan."
Addressed to Alice Williams and the Women of Luminary Bakery, also included in the image is a chic black notebook, embossed with the words 'Forces for Change'.
In a follow-up tweet the bakery shared their excitement to be included in the issue writing: "What an incredible day it's been with the release of @BritishVogue guest edited by HRH Duchess of Sussex which features an article about Luminary!
"We are still pinching ourselves that we've gotten to be a part of this special issue."
Luminary Bakery is an all-female bakery which was launched in 2014 to support and empower women who have been affected by poverty, violence and trauma, and is just one of the many grassroots organisations Duchess Meghan chose to highlight in British Vogue.
Duchess Meghan's 'Forces for Change' British Vogue guest edited issue highlights trailblazing women. (Image: Getty)
It's not the first time we've had a chance to see Meghan's calligraphy skills.
Earlier this year during a visit to New Zealand House to pay their respects to the people killed during the Christchurch terror attacks, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrote in the book of condolence, with Meghan's perfect script on display.
"Our deepest condolences… we are with you," Meghan wrote.
According to People, Duchess Meghan learned calligraphy at school and went on to become a freelance professional calligrapher while she auditioned for acting jobs – even penning the invites for singer Robin Thicke and actress' Paula Patton's wedding.
She also taught calligraphy when she worked at Paper Source in Beverly Hills, with the CEO Winnie Park previously telling People: "It was her part-time job as she was going through auditions.
"She taught calligraphy and hosted a group of customers and instructed them during a two-hour class on how to do calligraphy."
Meghan's impeccable handwriting can be seen in the book of condolence at New Zealand House. (Image: Getty)
This weekend the Duchess of Sussex also celebrated her 38th birthday, with Prince Harry sharing the sweetest birthday message to his wife on Instagram.
"Wishing HRH The Duchess of Sussex a very Happy Birthday 🎂," the post begins, before adding a special message from Harry.
"Happy Birthday to my amazing wife. Thank you for joining me on this adventure!" which she signed simply, "Love, H".