Meghan Markle Just Shut Down Her Instagram And Twitter Accounts

Meghan Markle Just Shut Down Her Instagram And Twitter Accounts

Meghan Markle Just Shut Down Her Instagram And Twitter Accounts

The soon-to-be Mrs. Prince Harry officially shut down her social media accounts much to the dismay of rabid royal fans.

Thomas Markle will take his place beside Harry's bride-to-be before the wedding ceremony begins, according to Meghan's half-sister Samantha.

Their visit also marks the first time they've been seen publicly since celebrating the holidays together with Queen Elizabeth (making Markle the first royal fiancée to do so, no big deal).

Meghan Markle signalled her clear intent to fully embrace Britishness by choosing to wear the high street brand M&S for her second official public engagement with Prince Harry when they dropped in to a south London community radio station. "They can be just cocooned in information that reinforces their current biases", Obama said. When she was a budding actress, Meghan was an avid social media user, and even had her own lifestyle website called The Tig. Instead, updates about their lives and careers are posted on one set of accounts, run by Kensington Palace.

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We are talking, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Recently, Kensington Palace released the couple's engagement photos and official photos of Prince William, Princess Kate and their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. She recently moved from Toronto, where "Suits" is filmed, to London to live with Harry.

The couple will marry at Windsor castle on May 19.

Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle during an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on November 27, 2017 in London.

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