Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were slammed by Twitter users for their Christmas "Thank-You" cards.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received quite a bit of backlash from Twitter users for their Christmas thank-you card and the picture they had used.
Prince Harry and Markle's photo was taken during a speech that the duke had given while in Dubbo during their tour of Australia, New Zealand, in 2018.
Markle is holding an umbrella for her husband as it was raining heavily during his speech. The rain was welcomed as the area had experienced severe drought during that time.
Many fans shared they opinion on Twitter. A few Twitter users felt that they should have used a more current photo, as the photo from Dubbo was taken in 2018. One user tweeted:
"Not even new photos? Why not use their Montecito pics? Lol"
The user is probably referring to photos taken in the couple's home location of Montecito, California, where they live with their son Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex used an illustration of a photo Markle's mom, Doria Ragland, had taken during the holiday season for their Christmas card.
The couple shared they would no longer be using social media.
The photo was of the family of three in their family garden, pictured with their two dogs in front of Archie's playhouse. It showed an adorable and wholesome family moment.
Gert's Royal Replies Twitter page shared the news that Sussex's thank-you card had been released. The page shared:
"Yes, their mail is still be handled by the Correspondence Section at Clarence House."
Other users questioned why the couple was using Clarence House, Prince Philip's office, to send their mail as they are no longer working members of the royal family.
Another did not try to hide that they thought the news was totally irrelevant and replied to Gert's Royal Replies' tweet with a gif of the word boring.
With all the criticism the Sussexes have faced throughout their relationship, from their wedding to drama between the duchesses and now this, it is no wonder the couple have chosen to stay away from social media.
The couple shared they would no longer be using social media. The last post on their Instagram account was in March 2020. A source revealed that neither their Instagram nor website would be updated in the foreseeable future.