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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s repeated Instagram errors are ‘cringe’, claims royal commentator

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry’s Instagram account broke records when it racked up a million followers in less than six hours.

But a royal expert says she has been left “cringing” at errors on the account, which include grammar and punctuation mistakes.

Melanie Bromley told E! News: “They keep making mistakes on their Instagram. There is a website that points them out every single time they post."

While having huge numbers of followers shows the dedication of their fans, it does mean that there are millions of pairs of eyes on their social media posts.

One error spotted by a fan was on their Earth Day post, which had the caption: “Every one of us can make a difference, not just today but everyday."

It was pointed out the text should have said “every day” instead of “everyday”.

And in early April the Sussex royal account deleted and reuploaded a photo as it had a repetitive last line in the caption.

Fans have also pointed out that the Instagram account has used American words in the captions, with some people speculating Meghan herself is behind the account.

In a caption about a charity the royals support, it said: “Baby2Baby have received over 5,000 products to disperse to children in need, including cribs, books, backpacks, diapers and have received monetary donations from around the globe."

Highlighting how nappies have been referred to as "diapers" and cots as "cribs", one fan speculated that "Meghan is writing the captions".

Meghan, who deleted her personal Instagram page before marrying Harry, isn’t the only person who could be responsible for the American words on the account.

Their new staff includes Hillary Clinton's campaign advisor Sara Latham as their head of communications.

Last November, The Sun exclusively revealed that Meghan Markle "left Kate Middleton in tears" over her strict demands for Princess Charlotte's bridesmaid dress.

Meanwhile, one of Prince Harry's former friends Lizzie Cundy claimed earlier this year that Meghan Markle has pushed Prince Harry's friends outsince their move to Frogmore Cottage.

In more Royal Family news, Prince Philip "advised Prince Harry NOT to wed Meghan Markle" as "one doesn't marry actresses".

Jennie Bond says Meghan Markle is 'much more mature and ready for her role' than Princess Diana was
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