Title: Meghan Markle Set to Make a Comeback on Instagram, Reports Suggest
According to recent reports, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, may be preparing to make a return to Instagram. Fans have noticed an account named “meghan” with an impressive following of 86,000 and featuring a picture of pink peonies, which are believed to be Meghan’s favorite flowers. A source close to her team has hinted at an imminent announcement, stating, “Yes, that’s her. Expect an announcement very soon. She’s coming back.”
This news comes after Meghan and Prince Harry closed their SussexRoyal Instagram account in 2020 following their decision to step down as senior members of the British royal family. However, Meghan has expressed her desire to return to the social media platform and has recently acquired a new talent manager, suggesting that she may soon become one of the platform’s most followed personalities. Nevertheless, she will have to exercise caution when associating herself with products to uphold her duchess image.
In a separate development, Doria Ragland, Meghan Markle’s mother, recently made a public appearance at a charity event in Los Angeles. The fundraiser aimed to support separated and reunified families and children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Ragland was photographed alongside Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian, emphasizing her commitment to philanthropic efforts.
Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, faced criticism for taking a 12-13 week vacation this summer. Some individuals have called for the royal couple to increase their official engagements. However, it is believed that the Duke and Duchess prioritize spending time with their children and will continue to do so until they are older, as Queen Elizabeth herself used to take extended breaks during the summer months.
In the realm of royal finances, calls for greater transparency have been discarded by the Metropolitan Police, who have announced their decision not to pursue a corruption inquiry triggered by a letter from Michael Fawcett, former right-hand man to Prince Charles, to a Saudi billionaire. This move has drawn criticism, leading to speculation about whether Fawcett will make a return to royal service.
Furthermore, Priti Patel, former Home Secretary, issued an apology to Prince Charles after suggesting a review of Prince Andrew’s protection, causing what she described as “embarrassment and difficulties.” The apology came after Patel’s email to Charles’ private secretary, Sir Clive Alderton, was leaked to the media. Concerns have arisen regarding the source of the leak and allegations that it could have originated from within the palace or other relevant institutions.
As we reflect on royal history, it is worth noting that August 28, 1996, marked the official divorce of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Similarly, August 31, 1989, witnessed the official separation of Princess Anne from her first husband, Captain Mark Phillips, further reminding us of the ups and downs within the royal family’s personal lives.
It remains to be seen how Meghan Markle’s return to Instagram will unfold and what exciting content she will share with her loyal followers.
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