Almost everything about being a duchess sounds pretty good to us. To wear tiaras, to go to real trips, to be very loved by everybody: everything sounds incredible. The only thing that could break our heart of being a member of the royal family would be forced to abandon our social media accounts forever. Which leads us to ask: Does Meghan Markle miss Twitter, Facebook and Instagram?
During her tour of Australia with her husband, Prince Harry, she finally answered that question once and for all. Believe it or not, he actually called it "free" to not be connected to his millions of fans online. While chatting with Jessina Oakes, 26, on Bondi Beach, Meghan said she believes the internet and constant connection are putting too much pressure on young people and that they are hurting self-esteem.
"She said a really beautiful date," Jessica revealed. The independent. "She said:" Flattery and criticism go through the same filter. "He said it was very liberating that he no longer had social media. & # 39; That's certainly amazing, since Meghan He was a pretty eager user of multiple platforms before all of them were removed then his commitment.
Meghan had almost two million followers on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. He even had his own lifestyle blog. The tig, in which she worked and cured with care and passion for years before closing it in April 2017 to focus on her new life as a future duchess.
Perhaps her recent announcement about pregnancy helped her put things in perspective and begin to feel different about online platforms, which can often be the home of bullying and feelings of not being good enough for young people. they constantly see the "perfect" life of their companions. their diet and feel that they can not measure up. Although, when your baby turns 12 or older, we bet they will feel a little different!
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