Meghan Markle deleted her social media accounts. She closed her Instagram, Twitter and Facebook account which had been dormant for some time.
Her fans started noticing that she closed her accounts after participating in her second royal engagement with Harry earlier today in Brixton, South London. Just a while after her second official royal engagement, people saw error message on her profiles.
— Meghans Mirror (@MeghansMirror) January 9, 2018
An insider said: ‘Ms Markle is grateful to everyone who has followed her social media accounts over the years, however as she has not used these accounts for some time.
She has taken the decision to close them.’
The closure of her social media accounts is apparently a part of Markle’s transition to royal life, as she will soon become a member of the royal family when she marries Harry.
Yet, senior members of the royal family have Twitter and Instagram accounts. The accounts are run by the social media teams of their households and normally doesn’t include personal tweets or posts.
However, Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, don’t have personal social media accounts. Alternatively, you can keep up with them following the official Kensington Palace account (@KensingtonRoyal) on Instagram and Twitter.
When it’s about Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on Instagram, you can get updates on their lives following @clarencehouse. And following @theroyalfamily keeps you up with the Queen and Buckingham Palace.
Kensington Palace has already been sharing posts that include Meghan Markle. Since Harry and Meghan’s engagement was announced @KensingtonRoyal has shared photos and videos of the couple.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) January 9, 2018
Meghan Markle’s Instagram had been followed by 1.9 million people in December 2017. As for her Twitter account, she had more than 350,000 Twitter followers. According to BBC Online, she had 800,000 likes on her Facebook page.
The former actress’ shared her last post on Instagram in April 2017 after she shut down her personal blog, The Tig.