The Duchess of Cambridge has surpassed Meghan Markle as the most popular figure on social media.
THE ROYAL FAMILY MAY SEEM TO BE AN ANCIENT INSTITUTION TO SOME, BUT THE MODERN ROYALS ENSURE THAT THEY ARE UP TO DATE ON SOCIAL MEDIA.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Princess Eugenie are among the senior royals who have Instagram profiles. The Royal Family also has an official Twitter account, which tracks all of the engagements that the institution’s members participate in on a weekly basis. Each account has millions of followers, allowing them to interact with fans, provide official photographs, and keep fans up to speed on their charitable work and activities.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were the first royals to use Instagram to its full potential.
They racked up 10.1 million followers and used great aesthetics to make their page look both professional and enjoyable.
The other senior members of the family have vastly improved their social media abilities since Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior royals.
The Royal Family’s official Instagram account has 10.3 million followers, and their Twitter account has 4.6 million.
This page has a collection of images and films depicting the Queen’s work and activities, as well as those of many other members of the family.
They frequently re-post information from other family members’ accounts, as well as highlighting the work of royals who do not use Instagram or Twitter.
Princess Anne and the Earl and Countess of Wessex, for example, do not have private accounts.
As a result, any royal engagements undertaken by these members of the family will be publicized through the official Royal Family accounts.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have a 1.5 million-follower Instagram account with the name of their official house, Clarence House.
They also have a million-follower Twitter account where they post information about their royal engagements along with photos and videos.
Camilla also has a separate Instagram account called ‘The Reading Room,’ which is her latest endeavor to encourage more people to read, particularly during the lockdowns.
With 116,000 followers, this is a rapidly rising account.
William and Kate’s official Instagram account, which they use to document their royal activities, has a whopping 13 million followers.
Kate, on the other hand, has captivated everyone’s hearts by sharing gorgeous images of her children as they grow up in front of the cameras.
She just shared a photo with the caption, “Brinkwire Summary News.”