The fastest time to gain one million followers was achieved by K-pop star Kang Daniels, who gained a million followers in 11 hours and 36 minutes, according to the Guinness World Records. A "palace source" at the time told People that since she hadn't used her accounts in a while, "she has taken the decision to close them".
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RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Meghan Markle has been given classes, under the cover of guidance, about what is and isn't appropriate to post on her and Prince Harry's new Instagram account. Even though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have their own social media account, there is still protocol they must follow when posting.
The gallery post also included images of the royal couple together, as well as images of causes the couple are passionate about, including conservation and the British Armed Forces.
Harry and Meghan plan to move soon to Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Estate, about 25 miles from London.
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This is a move away from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's office, which will continue to be based at Kensington Palace.
Baby Sussex may not be making his or her royal public debut on the steps of St. Mary's Lindo Wing, but fans are already getting a glimpse at what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby could look like. The decorative brand took to their Facebook page to confirm the news, writing in German: "Wir freuen uns sehr, dass sich das Prinzenpaar für ein Produkt aus unserem Sortiment entschieden hat!"
Their account, called sussexroyal, is following a few other accounts including members of the Royal Family and charities and causes close to their hearts.