In March 2020, the couple officially left the royal family and their online platforms along with it. “We are focusing this new chapter to understand how we can best contribute,” they wrote on March 30. “While you may not see us here, the work continues.” Almost a year later, their social media presence remains dormant—and perhaps never to be reactivated.
A new report in The Times of London says the couple has “no plans” to use social media going forward. Now, there hasn’t been any official announcement from the couple themselves, nor does “no plans” necessarily rule out future ones. However, the Sussexes do seem to be suffering the same disillusionment many have experienced of late.
Before she joined the royal family, Meghan Markle had quite the cheerful Instagram. She posted pictures of her vacation, her dogs, her favorite meals, of colorful bouquets of peonies. But then the news broke in November 2016 that she was dating Prince Harry, then the world’s most eligible bachelor. Suddenly, her grid was no longer an online respite of flowers and turquoise seas. Instead, it played host to a torrent of negativity. Within a few days, Kensington Palace released a statement blasting “the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls and web article comments” directed her way.
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