Meghan Markle Comes Under Fire For Her Hair Breaking Royal Protocol

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"Ms. Markle is grateful to everyone who has followed her social media accounts over the years", informed the royal palace.

With the countdown firmly on for the royal wedding of the year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are keeping brother Prince William waiting to find out if he'll be the best man. No member of the Royal Family is allowed to have individual social media accounts.

According to BBC Online, Markle's Facebook page had nearly 800,000 likes.

The discussion at the studio later turned to gender equality, and Prince Harry, 33, quickly deferred to Meghan, quipping, "She answers the questions!"

Meghan had shared photos of her pet dogs, pictures of her philanthropic trips across the world and her occasionally clicked selfies. In her soon-to-be-published memoir The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister, Grant writes that Markle severed their relationship because Grant's disability didn't fit in with her posh lifestyle.

"What's been really exciting, as we talk about this as the transition out of my career... is that the causes that have been very important to me, I can focus even more energy on", she told the BBC. "No, because it's wonderful that I did it, it was wonderful that it was a success", Mirren said, revealing that she didn't want to be remembered just for playing that role when she dies.

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"The day of the wedding itself will certainly hold a few unconventional surprises", a source said of the royal couple.

While the two are extremely close, William joked that Harry is yet to officially ask him to be best man at his wedding to Meghan Markle in May.

Prince Harry was by his older brother's side when he tied the knot at Westminster Abbey back in 2011, so fans have been hopeful that Kate Middleton's husband would return the favour.

Meanwhile, those who'll miss Markle's glamorous snaps can check out the Kensington Palace account, which would now be handling all of Markle's official photos.

"It's also possible of course that the decision was entirely Markle's to shut down her account", said W magazine of the activist, suggesting she may have just outgrown posting inspirational quotes and travel guides.