Those receiving thank you cards from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this month might have noticed something rather familiar.
As is custom William and Kate sent thank you notes to everyone who had been kind enough to send their best wishes on their seventh wedding anniversary on April 29.
Fronting the card was a photo of the couple during their India and Bhutan tour in 2016 – exactly the same image the palace used last year.
In the photo the Duke and Duchess are seen smiling before the camera during their Himalayan trek to Bhutan’s Tiger Nest monastery.
Photos of the card were shared by royal fan Jessica, 22, from Italy on her Instagram account Royal Addicted 2, which boasts over 200,000 followers.
The couple have previously been criticised for sending out identical messages of thanks on every occasion.
Not only do they send the same ‘warmest thanks and best wishes’ time after time, but the message on their cards is identical to that used by Prince Charles and Camilla.
The faux pas was revealed by an Instagram account Royal Letters, which shows that Kate and William have sent out the same response on no fewer than four separate occasions.
It seems that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are still yet to broaden their vernacular as they are still sending their ‘warmest thanks’ and ‘best wishes’.