Meghan Markle Bids Farewell To All Of Her Social Media Accounts

Peter Castro
January 12, 2018

It seems that recently, Meghan Markle, the former Suits star and now the fiancée and wife-to-be to Prince Harry, has deleted all of the social media presence.

When Prince Harry announced his engagement to Meghan Markle back in November, we naturally assumed that we'd soon be seeing the groom's big brother, Prince William, gearing up to be best man in the wedding party. The May date may also have been selected in order to give the Duchess of Cambridge time to recover after the birth of her third child, due in April.

Grant, who is writing a tell-all book, has not been in contact with the 36-year-old for several years, something she blames on the actress' mother, Doria Ragland, who was married to their father, Thomas Markle, until the 1980s. Instead, people can follow their activities through the Clarence House, Kensington Palace and the Royal Family accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Meghan's social accounts were a treasure trove of tips on being your best you, with inspirational quotes and tips.

Meghan, then a UN Women advocate who travelled the world for philanthropy work, also used her considerable social clout to encourage women to embrace feminism as well as aesthetics and fresh food.

When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry first started dating, it was unclear how long their relationship would last.

The couple donned headphones to listen to'Flirt by Pote Read
The couple donned headphones to listen to'Flirt by Pote

If she is feeling anxious, we're sure Meghan will become more comfortable with the spotlight in time.

Her last Instagram post was a farewell to The Tig, which she shut down in April previous year.

Meghan Markle's black ensemble was very NY, but her hairstyle screamed Los Angeles.

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While the tabloid's report caused a stir, Gossip Cop, which is known for shooting down rumors regarding members of the British royal family, says a palace insider has informed them the report by New Idea is "false". "You have to remind yourself that self-love is important", she explained. And looks like, from now on, her life will be under public and media scrutiny as she takes on her royal duties in the UK.

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