Meghan Markle has overnight become one of the most famous people in the world after her and Prince Harry got engaged. When you go from being a TV actor to a future royal your life has to drastically change.
When Meghan and Harry started to become serious she stopped her lifestyle blog The Tig. But now that they’re engaged, her life has been turned upside down. The big differences are that she left Suits and is moving to London.
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Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle then visited the Nottingham Contemporary Exhibition Centre for an event to mark #WorldAidsDay hosted by @THTorguk. @THTorguk is the largest voluntary sector provider of HIV and sexual health services in the UK. A few weeks ago, Prince Harry visited the @THTorguk pop-up in East London to find out about their free, self-testing kits that people can use at home. Today HRH and Ms Markle learns how @THTorguk are working in Nottingham to provide support to people living with HIV and AIDS.
But now all of Meghan’s social media accounts have been deleted. Meghan hasn’t been posting on any social media since she and Harry went public with their relationship, but deleting all of her social platforms is an unprecedented move.Glamour
Her personal Twitter was deleted along with her Instagram.Glamour
Not only has her personal accounts been deleted but so has The Tig’s Instagram page. You can’t even access old posts on Meghan’s former lifestyle blog. Don’t worry Vanity Fair did a deep dive into Meghan’s Tig’s posts.
Meghan’s big social media wipe is just her gearing up to join the royal family. No one in the royal family has personal social media accounts. All royal posts go through Kensington Palace.
Being royal looks like fun, but not being able to post daily selfies on your Instagram story seems brutal.