Fake Prince George Instagram account cattily mocks Meghan Markle's style and Kate Middleton's weight

Prince George may not have an official Insta account but not to worry, his fake account will definitely keep you entertained


                            Fake Prince George Instagram account cattily mocks Meghan Markle's style and Kate Middleton's weight
Meghan Markle (Source: Getty Images)

For people who are still not aware, Prince George does not operate an Instagram account of his own, since the royal family has a rule which prevents any member of the royal family from having an active social media account. But a Prince George spoof account does exist on the social media platform, and it is known for its sassy comments on the royal family, including Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton.

The spoof account belongs to Gary Janetti, who is a US-based writer with credits on Family Guy and Will and Grace. The posts on the account are sarcastic in nature, and have gained a massive following of 315,000 fans, including celebrities like Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kaley Cuoco, and Lea Michele.

Most of the posts feature Prince George commenting on Meghan Markle, who is soon to wed Prince Harry in a royal ceremony which will take place at Windsor on May 19. In one of the posts, the caption says, “Could you have picked something more basic? Even I have that dress.”

However, she's not the only person from the family under the line of fire. The fake Instagram account has also made fun of Kate Middleton, and has a picture of hers with the caption, “Don’t come near me again until you've lost the weight.”

The catty post captions and the actual posts seem to have captured the liking of a lot of people on social media, and fans have been going gaga over some of the hilariously funny posts and captions.

One said: "I’m pretty sure this is the only thing I’ll ever check regularly on Instagram," while another cheered: "The greatest thing on the 'gram”.

In an interview with Huffington Post, Janetti had spoken about how the whole phenomenon started in the first place. "I was like, 'Oh, I’ll put a caption with this and give him a little bit of an attitude,'" he explained.

"And it got nothing. It was like, no big nothing. A little while later, I was like, ‘Maybe I could use another photo? And do another caption?’ It just seemed like a blank canvas to put stuff on."