'LOOSE CANNON': Meghan Markle forced to take Instagram etiquette lessons


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Instagram account amassed more than one million followers in record-breaking time, Guinness World Records has said. Even though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have their own social media account, there is still protocol they must follow when posting. However, now that the royal couple has separated their households, as well as their office, from Prince William and Kate Middleton they needed their own social media account.

Among all of the photos, there was a previously unseen behind-the-scenes image - right at the very end of the slideshow - from Meghan and Prince Harry's royal tour of Fiji a year ago.

The final photo shared was a stunning black and white shot of the royal couple.

These include special moments from their royal tour to Australia last fall, Harry's work with the military and his conservation efforts with elephants, Meghan's bond with the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen and her growing connection with the public.

Brunei to punish adultery with death by stoning
The small Asian sultanate will also apply the Sharia law of amputation of hand and foot for theft starting next Wednesday. Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah (center) visits the Royal Palace in Amman, Jordan, on October 4, 2018.

The move comes just weeks ahead of the expected arrival of the duke and duchess' first child, with Meghan rumoured to be due at the end of April or beginning of May.

The Sussex's social media page features a stunning blue on white Instagram photo, and many royal watchers will be able to recognize the figure - it's Harry and Meghan's personalized cypher.

Their new communications staff will be part of the Buckingham Palace communications team, reporting to the Queen's Communications Secretary Donal McCade. Harry and Meghan aren't the only ones in the royal family to recently make an Instagram debut. They say it'll be used for important announcements.