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Princes William, Harry, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle lose 150,000 followers overnight

Princes William, Harry, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle lose 150,000 followers overnight

The fab four have lost 150,000 followers on Twitter and Instagram overnight, according to Kensington Palace. This week, Prince William and Duchess Kate, Prince Harry and his spouse are losing hundreds and thousands of followers on their official social accounts.

Lost of 150,000 followers on four famous accounts on Instagram and Twitter caused by a glitch on the social media platforms, the experts believe. Four young royals – Princes William, Harry, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle – has been taking steps to limit fake accounts on its platform.  despite Dukes and Duchesses do not own personal social media accounts, but there are Twitter and Instagram accounts for them that are managed by Kensington Palace.

This week was extremely unsuccessful for all four accounts, Kensington Palace’s Instagram account lost at least 150,000 followers.

“We’re aware of an issue causing a change in account follower numbers for some people right now. We’re working quickly to fix this,” Instagram’s spokesperson told the publication.

British royals have ‘problematic’ accounts, Twitter said

The social media giant Twitter has been removing locked accounts since July last year, there are too many fake accounts, especially when it is about celebrities. Twitter has announced earlier that it proactively identifies and challenges ‘problematic’ accounts.

Last month, the reports that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are feuding with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were making the headlines in the UK. The fab four has been rumored to be having a rift for some time now. Thousands of followers are eager to know a bit more about the real situation in the British royal family.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry’s official engagement made impossible the valentine’s day with his wife. On Feb 14, Duke of Sussex’s schedule included visiting Bardufoss, Norway, to see Exercise Clockwork, the Royal Norwegian Air Force base where military personnel are trained on how to survive in extreme temperatures. The facility is located 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle.