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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s social media accounts have been removed from the royal family’s website

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s social media accounts have been removed from the Royal Family’s social media page, according to eagle-eyed fans.

Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 39, retired as senior royals at the beginning of the year to focus on their various charities and lead a more private life in LA with their son Archie, one.

After their move, their Sussex Royal Instagram accounts no longer appear alongside those of the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the official website. Website of the Royal Family.

Fan account Gert’s Royal, also notes that the disgraced Royal Prince Andrew, who stepped down last year after his links with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has also had the link to his social media account removed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's social media accounts (seen in London earlier this year) have been removed from the Royal Family's social media page, according to eagle-eyed fans

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s social media accounts (seen in London earlier this year) have been removed from the Royal Family’s social media page, according to eagle-eyed fans

Fan account Gert's Royal took to Twitter to reveal the Sussexes removed their social media account from the page

Fan account Gert's Royal took to Twitter to reveal the Sussexes removed their social media account from the page

Fan account Gert’s Royal took to Twitter to reveal the Sussexes removed their social media account from the page

FEMAIL has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s defunct Instagram account – which stood at 11.3 million at its peak – is still open, although it has dropped 500,000 followers to 10.8 million following their withdrawal from the spotlight for have not been able to use it.

Harry and Meghan performed their final duties in March before stepping down as senior royals to focus on their own charities and build a more private life in LA – just last month they lost 200,000 followers because they could no longer get off their account to post.

The couple were forced to drop the Sussex Royal branding as part of their release from The Firm, creating an Archewell Foundation instead, and are believed to wait until after the pandemic to find out further details about their charity. or announce any new social media accounts. can be launched.

The couple currently resides in actor Tyler Perry’s Hollywood mansion with their 1-year-old son Archie, where they keep themselves unobtrusive amid ongoing charity work.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's disbanded Instagram account - which stood at 11.3 million at its peak - is still open, although it has dropped 500,000 followers to 10.8 million followers following their withdrawal from the spotlight because they didn't have been able to use

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's disbanded Instagram account - which stood at 11.3 million at its peak - is still open, although it has dropped 500,000 followers to 10.8 million followers following their withdrawal from the spotlight because they didn't have been able to use

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s disbanded Instagram account – which stood at 11.3 million at its peak – is still open, although it has dropped 500,000 followers to 10.8 million followers following their withdrawal from the spotlight because they didn’t have been able to use

The pair were forced to drop the Sussex Royal branding as part of their release from The Firm and create an Archewell Foundation instead

The pair were forced to drop the Sussex Royal branding as part of their release from The Firm and create an Archewell Foundation instead

The pair were forced to drop the Sussex Royal branding as part of their release from The Firm and create an Archewell Foundation instead

The couple unveiled their new charity ‘Archewell’ in April, which will replace Sussex Royal.

At the unveiling of the new project, which will take its causes close to their hearts, the couple revealed that the Greek word in the project Arche – meaning source of action – was the inspiration behind their son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor’s name.

And now it has been revealed that the couple filed for their non-profit foundation to be named ‘Archeway’ with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on Feb. 28.

Fan account Gert's Royal, also notes that disgraced Royal Prince Andrew, who stepped down last year after his links to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has also had his social media accounts removed

Fan account Gert's Royal, also notes that disgraced Royal Prince Andrew, who stepped down last year after his links to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has also had his social media accounts removed

Fan account Gert’s Royal, also notes that disgraced Royal Prince Andrew, who stepped down last year after his links to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has also had his social media accounts removed

The Duke and Duchess said they were focusing their efforts on the coronavirus pandemic but felt ‘compelled’ to reveal details of the venture.

Like you, our focus is on supporting efforts to address the global Covid-19 pandemic, but when this information came to light, we felt compelled to share the story of how this came about.

Before SussexRoyal came the idea of ​​Arche – the Greek word meaning source of action.

We joined this concept for the charity we once hoped to build, and it became the inspiration for our son’s name. To do something meaningful, to do something that matters.

Archewell is a name that combines an ancient word for strength and action, and another that evokes the deep resources we should all draw from.

“We look forward to launching Archewell when the time is right.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured above on March 5) have announced that they will be launching a new charity

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured above on March 5) have announced that they will be launching a new charity

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured above on March 5) have announced that they will be launching a new charity

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