Are you excited for the arrival of Harry and Meghan's first child? On top of her fantastic throwback family photos and sweet snaps with husband Jack Brooksbank, Eugenie has also shared the sweetest welcomes to her family members.
"Okay time to unfollow Kensington", one netizen wrote shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Instagram was announced. A series of nine photos followed an official slide introducing their Instagram. Since Prince Harry and Markle will have their own communication team, they were removed from the palace's profile.
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The combination, and potential actual roundabout first-look at the little prince or princess, reveals a little royal baby with Harry's signature red hair, Markle's nose, curly hair, and blue eyes.
Included in their first post is a few photos of the couple together on royal visits.
In December 2017, shortly after her engagement, she had 1.9 million people following her posts on Instagram, and more than 350,000 Twitter followers.
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The establishment of the royal household would also see their office move out of Kensington Palace and into Buckingham Palace.
Meghan's last public outing was on March 19 when she and Harry made a surprise outing to New Zealand House in London honor the victims of the recent terrorist attacks.
"We look forward to sharing the work that drives us, the causes we support, important announcements and the opportunity to shine a light on key issues", the couple said in their post.
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