I'm not sure exactly how many more Christmas Replies to expect. But I think 2 or 3 more. Usually it takes to the end of February to get them all.
This reply is from Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik of Denmark!
I really liked the back of this envelope. It has a very lovely edging. Margrethe and Henrik's are the only envelopes I've seen to have edging.
For someone who spends a lot of time talking about envelopes and such, I must admit I didn't notice this last year on their Christmas reply envelope. But in my defense that was the 1st time I had gotten a reply from Margrethe and Henrik, so I was focusing more on the letter.
Inside is a letter written by the Queen's personal assistant, Ingelise Tiedel. It's almost exactly the same as last year's. The big difference is that Prince Henrik is no longer called the Prince Consort. He dropped that title last year, when he retired from full-time royal duties.
Not too much to say about the letter. They made a little typo at the end of the letter, and put two periods. It amuses me.
I do want to point out last year, Margrethe and Henrik's thank you note was the 1st Christmas reply I received (arrived Dec 16th). And this year it is one of the last. I had sent my letters at about the same time in November both years. That just shows you replies don't come consistently each year. I'm into my 3rd year writing, and can say response times each year very greatly.