Kensington Palace updates Twitter photo to include Meghan Markle

It’s Twitter official! Kensington Palace updates its social media profile photo to include the newly appointed Duchess of Sussex

  • The royal family’s social media account was updated after the wedding
  • Had used an image of Kate, William and Harry at a charity event
  • Now shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Duke and Duchess of Sussex 
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Kensington Palace has updated its Twitter profile picture to include Meghan Markle after she tied the knot with Prince Harry.

The image now shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at their first joint engagement together in February – after which they were called the ‘Fab Four’.

It was changed from a photo of Prince William, Kate and Harry at an event for their Heads Together mental health charity in 2016.


The bio now reads: ‘The official account of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their Royal Foundation, based at Kensington Palace’


The profile picture now shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at their first joint engagement together in February – after which they were called the ‘Fab Four’


Meghan and Harry tied the knot at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in front of a star-studded guestlist yesterday

The bio now reads: ‘The official account of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their Royal Foundation, based at Kensington Palace.’

The account has more than 1.46 million followers. The royal family’s Instagram profile image has also been updated.

Before it was changed, royal fan Arieh Miller tweeted: ‘At the #royalwedding party, surely the most important conversation is about the new @KensingtonRoyal twitter picture? #AddMegan.’

While another added: ‘I’m waiting for @KensingtonRoyal to change their Twitter and insta bio – will there be a new photo too?’

Fans were pleased after the profile photo was updated, with Rosemary adding: ‘Great to see @KensingtonRoyal has promptly edited its Twitter bio for the new couple.’


The profile photo was changed from a photo of Prince William, Kate and Harry at an event for their Heads Together mental health charity in 2016


More than six million people tweeted about Meghan and Harry’s big day – pictured, the profile photo Kensington Palace used on its Twitter feed


Harry looked emotional at points in the service as a composed Meghan smiled across at him


A sight to bring a man to tears: Meghan arrives at St George’s Chapel flanked by two pageboys

Meghan and Harry tied the knot at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in front of a star-studded guestlist yesterday.

More than six million people tweeted about the big day – more than three times the number during William and Kate’s wedding, social media monitoring firm Visibrain said.

Between 10pm on Friday and 11pm on Saturday, 6,604,498 tweets were posted worldwide on the royal nuptials, of which 5.2 million bore the hashtag #RoyalWedding.

That compared with 1,821,669 tweets across a similar timeframe for Prince William when he married Kate Middleton back on April 29, 2011.

The most picked up post was by Lucy Sempey and was retweeted nearly 105,000 times. It was a photograph of Meghan outside Buckingham Palace as a teen with the message: ‘One day you’re 15 and posing outside Buckingham palace and 22 years later you’re marrying the Prince. Unreal.’

The funniest memes from the Royal Wedding

As millions of people across the world fawn over the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, several clever pranksters have created memes to highlight the royal wedding’s funniest moments. 

Fashion-minded Twitter users were quick to poke fun at the outfits of the royal wedding guests, starting with Pippa Middleton who sported a light green frock covered in blossoms that was eerily similar to an Arizona tea bottle.


Twitter users created memes highlighting the funniest moments of the royal wedding, poking fun at Pippa Middleton’s dress which looked eerily similar to an Arizona Green Tea bottle


Others compared the Queen’s lime green outfit to a movie green screen, switching her bright ensemble into the galaxy, a British flag and an image of Princess Diana herself


Who wore it better? One user said the difference between the priest’s colorful robes and a can of La Croix was simply ‘uncanny’


Others seemed to think she looked like a Minion character from Despicable Me


All eyes were on Prince George in his dark ensemble – a sign the tot was going goth 


Many compared the smiling boy to Dennis the Meance, pictured above on the right


Others said: ‘Don’t wanna panic you all but I think Chelsy Davy might object’ 


Others compared it their reaction when leaving parties early, sticking out their tongue with glee


This hilarious shot captures Meghan’s pout, which one user captioned ‘Me when one of my zany schemes finally pays off’


One user cracked up seeing the struggle to untangle Meghan Markle’s 15ft train, saying it was designed by ‘the same people who designed headphone cables’


Just being honest! BBC posted a side by side comparison of the turn out at Trump’s inauguration to the crowds that gathered for the wedding ceremony 


Others fawned over this dancing child who was ‘flossing’ behind a reporter near the wedding 


Others compared him to the dancing shark that stole the show at a Katy Perry performance


One user described Twitter wedding critics perfectly with this one meme of a scene from Friends


Looking posh! Others made fun of Victoria Beckham’s iconic serious pout, likening it to Wednesday Addams of The Addams Family

 

 

 

 

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