Meghan Markle banned selfie and played social media after marriage

Meghan Markle
After officially married to Prince Harry and becoming a member of the Royal Family of England, Meghan Markle had to live a new life under rigorous royal regulations.

Given the title of Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle must abstain from doing a number of things. In fact, these things he often does every day.

One of the things Meghan Markle cannot do is play social media and take pictures of the selfie. As a member of the Royal Family of England, it is unlawful to play social media and does selfies.

In fact, Meghan Markle had previously had the Instagram account. However, after marrying Prince Harry, he immediately deletes his personal Instagram account.

Meghan Markle himself had pocketed three million followers on Instagram. He also diligently upload photos every day.

Meghan Markle also has a personal website, The Tig. However, the site closed in April 2017. Since then Meghan has not uploaded anything in Instagram.

Instead, both Meghan, Harry, Kate, and William, can interact with citizens in the UK-managed Instagram account in Kensington Royal (@ kensingtonroyal).

In an account that already has 4.9 million followers, Kensington Royal uploads the activity information of members of the British Royal family every day.


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