You Can Now Get Royal Wedding Stamps Featuring Megan Markle and Prince Harry's Photo

You Can Now Get Royal Wedding Stamps Featuring Megan Markle and Prince Harry's Photo

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Good news for anyone looking to send congratulations notes across the pond to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: Royal wedding themed postage stamps are officially here.

The Royal Mail is celebrating the nuptials with a limited edition set of stamps featuring Meghan and Harry's iconic and adorable engagement photos from December, 2017. Each sheet comes with four stamps, featuring one black and white and one colored photo of the happy couple. The sets will be released on May 19th (the day of the wedding), but are available now for pre-order online and will eventually be available at 7,000 post offices across the U.K.

Since this is the "Royal Mail" we're talking about, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are hardly the first in their famous family to have their faces commemorated on a set of stamps. Ahead of their 2011 nuptials, Prince William and Kate Middleton were given their own set of commemorative stamps, as were Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

Given that we've reached peak royal wedding mania, the stamps are just the beginning when it comes to all the swag available to celebrate Meghan and Harry's big day. Not only will there be the usual commemorative plates/mugs/banners, but you can also fete the couple with royal wedding-themed macaroni and cheese, soda streams, and ice cream… among many, many (many) other things.

See more: Everything You Need to Know About the Royal Wedding

If you are looking to send a congratulations note to the newlyweds, give them a shout to the below address, per Town and Country. They have been known to respond to these types of letters-people who congratulated them on their engagement got a note back from Kensington Palace-and maybe you'll have even better luck if you send you send through a congrats with their teeny, tiny, stamp-sized faces on them.