A source close to the former royals told The Times of London they were “very unlikely” to have an online presence, mainly because of the “hate” they received.
Before the couple parted ways with the royal family, social media occupied a large part of their lives.
The couple announced their Megxit plan to the world via an Instagram post on their ‘Sussex Royal’ profile. Although the profile is still in place, it is not active. They last posted a farewell message in March 2020, saying, “Even if you don’t see us here, the work continues.”
They also revealed the birth and name of their child Archie via the platform.
Before her engagement to Harry, Meghan ran an online blog called ‘The Tig’, which she closed after her engagement to Harry. She also had a personal Instagram profile.
Harry reportedly used a secret anonymous Instagram account when he and Meghan started dating.
Although they have a podcast on Spotify, their Archewell Charity will not have their own social media accounts.
The couple released their Christmas card through Mayhew, an animal organization that Meghan has been involved with in the past.