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Harry and Meghan to quit social media


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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have said goodbye to social media. The Duke (formerly Prince Harry) and his wife Meghan have reportedly stopped posting. They want to focus on their new life in the USA. A newspaper in the UK wrote that the couple have no plans to use social media for their non-profit organisation or personal lives. It said the couple are sad and tired of all the "hate" they see online. They both stepped down as active members of the British royal family last year. Since then, many people have attacked them on their Instagram account.

Harry and Meghans' main social media account on Instagram has 10.4 million followers. The couple have not posted any new content since March 2020. A source said the couple were "very unlikely" to use it again. Meghan has spoken out about the harm social media can do. She was attacked many times after she married into Britain's royal family. She said she experienced "almost unsurvivable" online abuse. She said she was the most trolled person in the world in 2019. Social media companies are in the news for suspending the accounts of US President Donald Trump.

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