The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have refreshed their Instagram following list again! They have shaken up their page again this month and are now following 17 selected Instagram accounts.
The couple has returned from their 10 day tour last week, and inspired by it, they asked their 9.6 million followers to suggest worthwhile people and causes related to the community theme.
Harry and Meghan wrote: “This month, in celebrating “community”, we asked you to share your favourite organisation from your neighborhood or around the world. We want to thank everyone who made a suggestion or kindly shared a positive story! We have now updated the accounts we follow for this month to reflect many of your suggestions! Thank you!
These organisations represent the shared value of togetherness – one that The Duke and Duchess experienced so deeply while on tour in Southern Africa.
We asked you to suggest organisations you enjoy volunteering for, ones that make you feel proud to be a part of and ones that put those in need of support, first. These accounts showcase what it means to be a community across all levels of society, working hard toward the goal of ensuring everyone, no matter what your background is, feels a part of something positive.
Thank you again for contributing and shining a light on these accounts – please take a moment to discover these incredible organisations and learn how you can support!”
The Lotus Petal Family Support group, which are part of the Instagram accounts they are following, said it is an “absolute honour” to be featured by the royals.
In May, it was revealed that Harry and Meghan revealed they will change their following list every month to highlight organizations surrounding different causes. accounts of causes they wanted to highlight.
They honored Mental Health Awareness Month the same month by only following organizations that work to “promote mental well-being, mental fitness, body positivity, self-care, and the importance of human connection.”
In June they supported the LGBTQ+ community by endorsing the Trevor Project, Stonewall UK, and PFLAG.
In July, they highlighted the work of World Wide Fund for Nature, Dr Jane Goodall, and former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg. For the month of August, they asked for suggestions of accounts to follow that represent “Forces for Change,” the theme of Meghan’s guest-edited issue of Vogue.
And in September, Harry and Meghan followed a select group of organizations working in Africa ahead of their tour.