Meghan Markle is pulling Prince Harry into the social media world as he shares his first Insta story

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry both made their contribution to the Kensington Palace social media account!


                            Meghan Markle is pulling Prince Harry into the social media world as he shares his first Insta story
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Source:Getty Images)

Meghan Markle is pulling her husband Prince Harry into the world of social media as he debuts with his first Instagram story which was shared from the account of Kensington Palace. Prince Harry clicked a picture of Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand from the sky which was posted by the Kensington Palace. 

Even though the weather was gloomy, the scenic beauty of the land was surreal and the stunning shot captured a lake surrounded by mountains. The post was shared along with the caption, "Traveling to the beautiful Abel Tasman National Park" and a helicopter emoji. The picture also gave photo credits to the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry. 34-year-old Harry's post comes shortly after Meghan Markle made her own contribution to the Kensington Palace social media account. 

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan snapped a shot of Harry as they were rehearsing for their speeches for the Invictus Games’ closing ceremony on Saturday. In the black and white picture, Harry can be seen walking across the stage wearing a dark button-down shirt as he held on to a microphone. The picture also gave photo credits to the Duchess of Sussex and was posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram as well as Twitter accounts. 

This is the first picture that Meghan clicked which fans have been able to see ever since she deleted her Twitter as well as Instagram accounts this year after getting engaged to Prince Harry in 2017. With the exception of Princess Eugenie, royals do not have individual social media accounts. After becoming a royal, Meghan too had to remove her social media accounts before which she was regularly active on social media. While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were at the Abel Tasman National Park, the pair learned about its local conservation program. When the couple arrived at the scenic park, they were greeted by a traditional welcome ceremony.

Prince Harry shared a personal message upon their arrival and said, "From myself, my wife and our little bump, we are so grateful to be here. We bring blessings from my grandmother the Queen and our family. We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work to look after this beautiful place". Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child together in Spring.