Published: Fri, April 05, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry are now on Instagram!

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry are now on Instagram!

Meghan and Harry's account has since tripled its follower count, reaching 3 million - and the Duke and Duchess have only made two posts so far. "We thank you for your support, and welcome you to @sussexroyal".

And in the same week the Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their own official Instagram account, the prince branded social media risky because it is "more addictive than drugs and alcohol".

The new account has prompted questions as to whether the public will get its first glimpse of Baby Sussex on Instagram.

They shared nine more pictures, showing the duke and duchess on official visits around the world and of causes important to them.

Prince Harry has chose to take a very archaic approach to something he doesn't understand, which I guess isn't surprising.

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If the worst does happen, Dziczek jokes she does have one consolation, a stockpile of tequila that can last for a while. It said it would provide transport back to Central American countries, Cuba, and Haiti, on a voluntary basis.

However, he was shocked to find his account name had been changed and his handle given to Prince Harry and Meghan without his permission.

With new technology abundant in children's lives, 34-year-old Harry is anxious parents are not able to moderate the impact social media has on their kids.

Immediately after the announcement, the couple's Instagram account garnered 2 million followers. Fans of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are urged to donate to charities near and dear to the Harry and Meghan's hearts, using the hashtag #GlobalSussexBabyShower.

Harsh comments on the Kensington Palace account showed people weren't too fond of Meghan and Harry's photosKensington Palace announced that Meghan and Harry had gotten their own Instagram. Royal reporter Rebecca English reported on Twitter that the Sussexes have no plans to create a Twitter account (yet) as part of the "transition" to their new household.

"I really like Harry, especially, because he's just a lad", he said.

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