Life in Hollywood is certainly different from the one in Berkshire. When Megan Marl begins to meet Prince Harry, it's a drastic way of life. The duchess seems to have adapted quite well, preserving her royal presence – despite her scandalous family – and following the royal rules.
But how much did the former actress leave? Has she completely cut out social media when she protected all her accounts in early 2018 or had a personal account at Instagram? Markus had a widespread online presence before becoming the duchess of Sussex. In addition to traditional social media accounts, the former Actress Suits also ruled her own life blog called The Tig Markle launched The Tig in 201
In 2017, presumably at the insistence of the royal palace, she closed her blog, in her message she wrote that her passion project "has turned into an amazing community of inspiration, support, fun and frivolity." Shortly after she closed her blog, Mark also deactivated and wiped all its bills in the social media, and although there is no official reason for deleting its presence on the Internet, the palace probably did not want to have such easily accessible information. Plus, the royal family probably wanted to have some control over what the Duchess shared with the public.
New fans who want to read old posts from the current duchess are mostly unlucky as all content has been removed. However, loyal followers have been able to dig out some old posts thanks to online archiving tools and have posted blogs online.
Megan Mark and Prince Harry started their own account at Instagram
For some, it felt that creating an @sussexroyal Instagram account was a way for the Duchess to return to the social media. But this move was not beyond the norm for the royal family. Prince William and Kate Middleton have their own account at Instagram (@Kennsingtonroyal) and the Royal Palace (@theroyalfamily). Accounts are often used to update the public on current events and share photos of public events.
Megan and Harry did not use their Instagram page as much as many followers would like. Since opening the account in April, the couple shared less than 50 posts. However, the couple shared some intimate photos with fans, including never seeing pictures from the couple's 2018 wedding. On Father's Day, the couple first shares a picture of their new son's face.
Fans have speculated from creating the account that Markl himself is the one who runs the bill, noting a few details that seem to prove that the duchess is behind the posts. Several people have indicated that posts typically use an American spelling word. In one post, readers have entered the word "nappies", which is used instead of "nappies". , there are no signs that she actually does. Any profile that claims to be hers is fake. While it can keep one out of the personal point of view, it is very unlikely. There is no reason Mark had his own account, and there would be no point in opposing the royal protocol for such a trivial reason.