It’s been a big week for Harry and Meghan!
The Royal Family have been completely blindsided and are said to be “hurt” at the Duchess of Sussex and husband Harry’s announcement that after “many months of reflection and internal discussions”, they will be managing their own Instagram.
It is understood they did not consult the queen.
In a rather short statement, the palace said there were “complicated issues” to work through. “They will probably need a new username and password and stuff.”
Harry also said they intend “to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family, and work to become financially minted”.
Despite the couple’s decision, Harry will remain sixth in line to the throne. Meghan has previously stated that were Harry to ascend the throne they will be making a trip to IKEA as the current chair is a “mingin’ gold colour.”
They now plan to split their time between the UK and North America, while “continuing to honour our duty to the Queen, the Commonwealth, and the destruction of the british tabloid media.”
“This geographic balance will enable us to raise our son with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born, while also providing us with a good excuse not to have any more than the absolute minimum contact with Harry’s family, …I mean, do charity work.” Meghan said.
Meghan had recently opened up about her struggles with royal life and shared that her friends actually tried to warn her not to marry Harry. “My American friends were really excited that I was going to be a princess but some of my British friends were like, “Do you realise he’s ginger?” “They warned me it would ruin my life.”
“In all fairness, I had no idea just how ginger, which probably sounds difficult to understand,” she continues, “Because I’m american, I very naively didn’t get it.”
Interesting and exciting times lie ahead for the couple. At publishing time they have yet to post a ‘Which Disney Are You?’ Instagram story.
“Everything happens for a reason, but sometimes the reason is that you’re stupid and you make bad decisions.”HM Queen Elizabeth II