BEFORE she married into the Royal Family and became the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle was an avid social media user. Whether she was doing yoga
BEFORE she married into the Royal Family and became the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle was an avid social media user.
Whether she was doing yoga on a beach or sharing photos of her adorable dogs, the former Suits actress racked up a staggering 3 MILLION Instagram followers before she deactivated her account in 2017.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex thanked wellwishers on Instagram yesterday[/caption]
However, Royal watchers now believe that the Duchess of Sussex is getting her social media fix by writing the picture captions for her shared account with Prince Harry.
Earlier this month, the couple’s official Sussex Royal Instagram account broke the world record for becoming the fastest ever to reach one million followers.
Yesterday the Duke and Duchess thanked well-wishers for donating to charities for children and parents instead of sending them baby gifts.
Highlighting how one of their chosen charities Baby2Baby had benefited from the donations, the caption read: “Baby2Baby have received over 5,000 products to disperse to children in need, including cribs, books, backpacks, diapers and have received monetary donations from around the globe.”
Royal fans believe that some of the ‘Americanisms’ in the caption mean that Meghan is the one running the Instagram account[/caption]
The caption described cots as ‘cribs’ and nappies as ‘diapers’[/caption]
However, some of the American terminology used in the caption has lead fans to wonder if Meghan herself wrote the thank you message.
Highlighting how nappies have been referred to as “diapers” and cribs as “cots”, one fan speculated that “Meghan is writing the captions”.
Meanwhile, another insisted that there “a distinct difference in the styles of writing between posts”on the page.
As well as this, fans also believe that the spelling of the words “organisation” and “re-energise” with a “z” suggest that Meghan is actually the one running the page.
According to The Royal Family’s guidelines, Meghan and Harry can not accept gifts which would them “under any obligation to the donor”.
Instead, the couple asked well-wishers to donate to their chosen charities Baby2Baby, Lunchbox Fund, Little Village and Well Child to celebrate the arrival of their first child.
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