Slander Storm in Royal social media is lurking over Royal British Kin

Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visit Cinemagic in Ballymena
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied their wed-lock on 19 May 2018 at the Windsor Castle in the United Kingdom. After this royal occasion, several gossips are emerging about the relation between Meghan Markle, who is presently the Duchess of Sussex and is a retired American Actress and her new sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who currently is the Duchess of Cambridge. Both the Duchess seems to be least cordial in public, and that is the primary reason for all these gossips. According to Kate and Meghan are two different personalities; thus they are not so into each other.

As the floodgate of gossips is intensifying the tension in the Royal family, so a new protocol is being unveiled on Monday, where the social media users are requested to show decency and kindness in their comments, or otherwise, they may have to face severe trouble- possibly police actions. As per Royal Family have their protocols, social media site of each member of the family is handled and scrutinized by officials; thus any negativities shown in the social platform will not be taking light-heartedly from now onwards.

Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Kensington palace- these are the offices for the Royal Family. These important houses have unveiled what etiquettes are expected out of the users of various social media channels. They warned the social platform against any abusive, promotion, bullying, and slanderous comments. If the officials come across any such instance they can block the user, remove or delete such comments and in severe case they can take help from law-enforced agencies, ask them to inspect the matter and decide on the further consequences.

Approx 3.87 million follow the Royal family, and approx 1.69 follow Kensington Palace on the social platform, among these followers many post various chauvinistic and sexist comments at the Duchess. People have the right to communicate their views but not by harming the sentiments of a family, especially The Royal Family.


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