Duke of Sussex Prince Harry, the grandson of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, and his wife, Duchess Meghan Markle, have stopped using social media.
According to the media reports, the Prince and his wife have not shared anything on social media for a long time and their chances of returning to social media are slim.
In addition, the royal couple does not intend to use social media for Archewell endeavours.
According to the news, the hatred shown on Twitter and Facebook has made Prince Harry and Meghan heartbroken.
In an interview on the occasion of World Health Day in 2019, Meghan said that she is the most talked about person in the world on social media and this is unbearable.
Earlier, Prince Harry said in a statement that social media helps create “hate crises, health crises and reality crises”.
In August 2020, Prince Harry on Thursday said social media was stoking a “crisis of hate,” and he appealed to companies to rethink their roles in advertising on digital platforms.
“Companies like yours have the chance to reconsider your role in funding and supporting online platforms that have contributed to, stoked, and created the conditions for a crisis of hate, a crisis of health, and a crisis of truth,” wrote Harry.
It should be noted that Meghan, the daughter of a black mother and a white father, used to face the most racist attacks on social media.