Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been accused of repeatedly making grammatical mistakes on their Instagram page, particularly with the use of apostrophes, claims Royal expert Melanie Bromley.
Speaking to E! News, Ms. Bromley claimed Meghan Markle was “dangerously” slipping into her old life habits and should watch out with how she influences people. The Royal expert also disclosed that a website has been pointing out all the grammatical mistakes the Duchess of Sussex and her husband prince Harry have been making in their Instagram captions whenever they post.
Ms. Bromley said: “She’s really going back to her old life right now.
“We’re seeing with how much they’re changing the manner Instagram is done by the Royals.
“By the way, they keep making mistakes on their Instagram.
“Apostrophes in their captions there keeps being some grammatical mistakes.
“There is a website that points them out every single time they post.
“It’s kind of fascinating.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will travel to Angola this autumn as a part of their Africa tour and will work with a charity close to his mother’s heart.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are believed to be considering whether or not their son Archie Harrison could accompany them to Africa in the autumn despite his young age – as the boy will be around five-months-old around their departure date.
Palace aides are also exploring the likelihood their young son Archie travelling with them to the African nation.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel with the newborn for at least a part of the tour to Africa where they’re also expected to go to Malawi to assist with Prince Harry’s charity, Sentebale.
The Duke is said to want to fulfil some of his late mother’s work and is keen to spend a prolonged period of time in Africa after visiting the Cuando Cubango region in Angola in 2013.
Princess Diana visited the African country to promote the work of the anti-landmine campaign Mines advisory group. The princess of Wales provoked the fury of British politicians when she called for a global ban on anti-personnel mines – a reaction which left the royal feeling “devastated.”
Commentator Dan Wootton said: “Remember Diana was devastated at the time by the fact that she had been accused by politicians in the United Kingdom of wading into politics you might remember.
“She knew she had a giant spotlight to shine and she used it to bring attention to the people others had forgotten.”