Meghan Markle struggles to adjust over recent social ban imposed by Royal family, report claims
Marrying into a royal family can be tough.
Entertainment Daily reported the restrictions imposed upon the bride-to-be in accordance with the Royal tradition.
According to reports, Meghan Markle has to keep herself away from her friends and family on social media.
Markle is struggling to adjust to the life of a royal after she was not allowed to use Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
The actress had quite a following on her social media accounts, but it went away in January this year as the accounts were shut down.
After her wedding to Prince Harry in May, members of the royal staff will post to social media on her behalf. However, the protocol dictates that she can no longer post updates herself.
The Daily Star quoted a source who said, “She is missing her friends and also the wider circle she had on social media.”
The source added that Markle was finding it harder than she thought and it would take time for her to adjust to the new lifestyle.
She is also not excited that she can no longer just run to the grocery store, or take her dog for a walk.
Markle has found support from Prince Harry in dealing with the situation. He is no stranger to it having lived his entire 33 years in the royal spotlight. He has been helping her through the transition.
The couple is set to tie the knot on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel at Queen Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle.
After the ceremony, they will host a large reception in the afternoon, followed by a smaller, more private party hosted by Prince Charles.
Post the wedding, the two will live together at Prince Harry’s cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Markle and Harry have been dating since 2016 and announced their engagement in November 2017.
The former Suits actress was baptized into the Church of England on March 9.
According to Vanity Fair, Markle was not required to join the church, which is headed by Queen Elizabeth. It is learned that she voluntarily converted.