After stating to have dealt with an ‘almost unsurvivable’ amount of violence, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will never return to social media, a source has claimed.
Last year, Harry and Meghan stopped writing on their Sussex Royal Instagram and Twitter pages when hinting they might leave the sites, notes Dailymail.co.uk.
Currently, they are not going to use social networks to promote their new Archewell Foundation and have no plans to return in a personal capacity, a source close to them has said.
Despite continuing to use online media to support their ‘progressive’ new positions in the US, the pair have often spoken out about the harassment they receive online, most notably via a Spotify podcast.
The pair has also sung a £ 100 million contract with Netflix for the streaming site to produce TV dramas, films and children’s shows.
After experiencing ‘hate’ online during their tenure as working royals, Harry and Meghan initially became disillusioned with social media, but have continued to attract popularity via Netflix and Spotify campaigns.
It comes a year after the pair revealed that they were pulling back from official duties and their recent decision to leave yet another step away from their life as royals for good signals on social media.
The pair wrote in a final post to their Sussex Royal account in March, “As we can all feel, the world appears unusually fragile at this moment.”
Yet we are assured that every human being has the capacity and potential to make a difference in our families, our societies, and those on the front line, as seen now across the globe, we should lift each other up to understand the fullness of that pledge.
“Meghan, 39, has talked in the past on the Teenager Therapy podcast about being “the most trolled person in the country. She said that witnessing violence left her feeling ‘isolated’ while pregnant.
I’m told I was the most trolled person in the world in 2019, male or female. Now, I wasn’t even noticeable for eight months, on maternity leave or with a boy. What that does to your mental and emotional wellbeing is so detrimental if people say things about you that are not real. It’s so huge, you can’t even imagine what it feels like,’ she said.