From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsend/give your love (to somebody), send/give your love (to somebody)send/give your love (to somebody), send/give somebody your loveLOVE to ask someone to give your lovinggreetings to someone else when they see them, write to them etcAunt Mary sends her love. →love
Examples from the Corpus
send/give your love (to somebody), • Dad and Charles send their love.• I am fine and your family is in good health and send their love.• Now I am aloneexcept for this unwilling stranger and even to him I gave my love freely. 6.• Of course, she sent her love to Jean.• Open now your hearts to me; give your love to me.• Please give my love to Christopher - will speak to you soon.• Please send me a couple of views of St Albans. Give my love to Kitty.• We are all fine and Chris and Nick send their love.