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What happened to Christmas? Meghan and Harry’s Official Sussex Royal account stuns traditional Brits with ‘holidays’ post

  • Sussex Royal Instagram account shared a post highlighting charities yesterday
  • The caption uses the Americanism ‘holidays’ to describe the festive season
  • Latest suggestion Meghan, 38, might personally write the social media posts 

The language used in the most recent Sussex Royal Instagram post hints that Meghan Markle might have been the anonymous author behind the caption. 

The post uses the Americanism ‘holidays’ to refer to the festive season, suggesting Californian-born Meghan, 38, might have had a hand in its writing.

It is the latest in a long list of subtle clues that have led royal supporters to believe that the Duchess – a prolific Instagrammer and blogger in her days before meeting Harry, 35 – takes a hands-on approach to their social media account.

Meghan is thought to be the author of several Sussex Royal Instagram posts, including the most recent update. Pictured, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Festival of Remembrance last month

The post shared by the Sussexes yesterday (pictured) used the Americanism 'holidays' to describe the festive season, suggesting Californian-born Meghan, 38, might be the author

The post shared by the Sussexes yesterday (pictured) used the Americanism ‘holidays’ to describe the festive season, suggesting Californian-born Meghan, 38, might be the author

Earlier this year royal fans pointed out that several posts use the US spelling ‘organization’, rather than ‘organisation’ and ‘programs’ rather than ‘programmes’. 

The 12 charities that received Harry and Meghan’s backing 

1. Scottys Little Soldiers

2. FareShare UK

3. The Felix Project

4. Shelter

5. SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity

6. Lifewise New Zealand

7. Centrepoint UK

8. St Felix Centre

9. The Trussell Trust

10. Social Bite

11. Los Angeles Mission

12. The Salvation Army UK 

There have also been instances of dollar signs being used rather than pounds.  

Last week the Sussexes, who are currently on a six-week break from royal duties, wished their 9.9million Instagram followers a ‘happy Thanksgiving’ – another nod to the American-born Duchess.  

While none of these posts explicitly stated they were written by the Duchess – unlike others on the page with quotes or photos credited to Meghan – their use of language has left royal fans certain that she must be heavily involved in crafting the captions.   

Yesterday’s post highlighted the work of nine organisations dedicated to helping others under the theme ’12 days of Christmas’. 

It reads: ‘With the festive holiday season upon us, it’s also a reminder to reflect on those in need – those who may feel lonely, hungry, homeless, or may be experiencing the holidays for the first time without loved ones.

The post shared by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, pictured, highlighted the work of nine organisations dedicated to helping others under the theme '12 days of Christmas'

The post shared by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, pictured, highlighted the work of nine organisations dedicated to helping others under the theme ’12 days of Christmas’

‘It’s an important time of year to help those around you who may be less fortunate, or who would appreciate even the smallest act of kindness.’

The use of ‘holidays’ in the first sentence suggests it might have been an American person behind the caption.  

The post continues a tradition of the Duke and Duchess to use their considerable social media influence – 9.9million Instagram followers – to shine a spotlight on worthy causes on the first of each month.   

The post was met with widespread praise by fans who thanked the couple for ‘doing good in the world’.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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