Kate Middleton and Prince William have made few changes to their both Twitter and Instagram accounts.
The royal couple updated their profile photos on Twitter and Instagram and also made another change: their display name.
They have replaced “Kensington Palace” with the “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.” Now they’re social media names reflect their official titles, although the handle remains @KensingtonRoyal.
Kate and Prince William have their royal office at Kensington Palace, their official residence in London where they live with their three children.
The account also covered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle until last year when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex created their own office at Buckingham Palace and launched their own Instagram account.
The account has defunct following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal exit.
Earlier, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly had rented a mansion next door to their pals Sir Elton John worth £8million.
The couple was planning to settle in California, but finding a house during coronavirus pandemic seems to be a headache.
However, Harry and Meghan, along with their son Archie, have rented a house near the Los Angeles home of 73-year-old Sir Elton John. This has also brought Meghan closer to her LA-based mother, Doria Ragland.