Social media can be a monster when it wants to be. While there's still good in the space, negativity rules on most days. While most celebrities have mastered the art of ignoring it, it has become a cause of concern for the Royal Palace. According to a report in Fox News, Britain’s press has requested the social media users to stop making inappropriate comments against the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle respectively. Palace officials want offensive comments about the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex to be removed on Instagram and to meet that need, they are looking for help from the picture-sharing website.
According to the reports in the Associated Press, officials of the Palace have been busy monitoring the comments on the Palace’s Instagram account and staff keep removing racist and sexist comments about the Duchesses. One of the worst comments that popped up was reportedly about the alleged fight between the two Duchesses which could have converted into online fights between fans of Meghan and Kate. The Times newspaper in UK wrote an editorial titled ‘Vile Abuse’ in which they stated that many of the comments made about the Royal bahus are too vicious to publish and have included threats. The newspaper said, "Women receive more abuse online than men and this sad truth seems to apply just as much to the royal family.”
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Merry Christmas! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and Members of @theroyalfamily at the Christmas morning service at Sandringham Church. 📷PA
Both of them don’t have personal social media handles. Meghan, who was an actress before she became a Duchess, deleted all her social media accounts after she got engaged to Prince Harry.