Palace shows huge number of well-wishing cards sent to King since Queen’s death

The Palace has revealed tens of thousands of letters have been sent to King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla after the death of the Queen.

Since the Queen's death last month, representatives of the Royal Family revealed more than 50,000 letters and cards had been sent to the family.

A dedicated correspondence team is said to be "sorting, reading and responding" to each of the submitted letters, an Instagram post regarding the letter count has revealed.

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A surge of well wishes and heartfelt messages for the Royal Family, particularly King Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, has been recorded as the two prepare to mark their first engagement since the end of the mourning period.

An Instagram post from the official Royal Family Instagram account stated that there had been "over 50,000 letters and cards" sent to support the family.

The post read: "Over 50,000 letters and cards have been sent to The King, The Queen Consort and Members of the Royal Family following the death of Queen Elizabeth.

"A small but dedicated Correspondence Team are carefully sorting, reading and responding to the messages as they arrive."

One card spotted on the Instagram post read "We are thinking of you" with the image of a crown underneath.

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Piles of well-wishing letters and stamped envelopes were seen, with thousands in the piles of well-wishing letters sent through to the Royal Family, who have just finished their mourning period.

The King and Queen Consort are set to make a public appearance in Scotland, meeting with Dunfermline Abbey officials to celebrate the recent city status, Daily Mail reported.

Eight places were made cities by the queen after a successful bidding from the areas during the Platinum Jubilee Civic Honours Competition.

Dunfermline was one of eight places to be upgraded to a city status, with other areas including Wrexham, Milton Keynes and Colchester.

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