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Prince William and Kate Middleton have made a very dramatic change to their social media
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Prince William and Kate Middleton have made a very dramatic change to their social media

Getty ImagesThe Cambridges are undoubtedly one of the most talked-about families in the world, and following their role elevation over the coronavirus pandemic, it’s hardly surprising that Prince William and Kate Middleton are making even more news. From Kate Middleton’s handy face mask trick to the news that the Duke and Duchess are hiring an important new role for their team, the Cambridge couple make non-stop headlines, especially since their relocation to Kensington Palace. It is the three Cambridge children that make the most headlines, with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis often featured on the Cambridge Instagram account. And whether they’re decorating a cake with pipe cleaners or clapping for carers, they never fail to rake in the likes. It was surp...
Here's why Prince William and Kate Middleton chose not to post Princess Charlotte’s birthday portrait on social media
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Here's why Prince William and Kate Middleton chose not to post Princess Charlotte’s birthday portrait on social media

GettyThe Cambridges are one of the most talked-about families in the world, but while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spend the most time in front of the cameras, it’s their children that really steal the limelight. From Princess Charlotte’s signature sass and Prince George’s cheeky grin to Prince Louis’ love for interrupting Zoom calls), these miniature royals make non-stop headlines. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@kensingtonroyal) //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js The Cambridge children make the most news on their birthdays, when an official portrait is released of them, by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge via their social media accounts. While traditionally these have been taken by ...
The Queen has shared a cherished memory of Prince Philip to social media this weekend
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The Queen has shared a cherished memory of Prince Philip to social media this weekend

Getty ImagesBuckingham Palace confirmed the tragic news last month that Prince Philip had passed away, aged 99. ‘It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,’ Buckingham Palace announced in a statement. Royal family members have paid tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh and have been rallying around the Queen, with Prince Harry even flying back to the UK for the private funeral and HM’s ‘gang of four‘ stepping up to support her. While a lot of the royal family’s proceedings around Prince Philip’s death have been private, royal family members have also been publicly recalling memories of the Duke of Edinburgh. This bank holiday weekend, ...
Why Prince William Is Boycotting Social Media for 4 Days
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Why Prince William Is Boycotting Social Media for 4 Days

Taking a stand. Prince William showed his support for a social media strike organized by U.K. soccer fans by starting a digital detox of his own. A Royal Romance! Prince William and Duchess Kate’s Relationship Timeline Read article The Duke of Cambridge, 38, announced on Friday, April 30, that he wouldn’t be active on his social platforms for the next few days. “This weekend we join the football community in the UK in uniting for a social media boycott from 3pm on Friday 30 April to 11.59pm on Monday 3 May, in response to the sustained abuse received online by players and many others in the football community,” a post on the Kensington Royal Instagram account read. Alongside the caption was a screenshot of a tweet signed “W” for William, who currently acts as th...
Two doctors want you to know what social media filters might be doing to your mental health
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Two doctors want you to know what social media filters might be doing to your mental health

Plus, discuss the effect this could have on a generation constantly comparing themselves to completely unattainable beauty standardsChecking my Instagram after work one day, a post jumps out at me. I stop my scrolling to examine a story from content creator Faye Dickinson, who has 75k followers. Half the screen is a normal photo of her face: she’s sans make up and wearing a black and red hoodie with her hair in a bun. On the other side, her features are edited – albeit not dramatically – by one of the platform’s many ‘subtle’ beauty filters. But that’s the thing – while you wouldn’t notice the edits if they were all over her face, when you see them side-by-side, the Photoshopping really stands out. Her lips are plumped to a level tha...