The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted an Instagram Reel of them making bagels at Beigel Bake in London’s Brick Lane earlier this week. This was the first time they had used the function on the popular social media. They also delighted their 12 million followers the previous week by posting pictures of William’s trip to Belfast for Emergency Services Day, which even had the song Watermelon Sugar by Harry Styles over the top.
But one royal fan did not approve of Kate and William experimenting with their Instagram page.
They claimed Meghan and Harry will “always be one step ahead of” the future king and queen.
They wrote: “They’re just copying #Harryandmeghan now that they are centre of attention again!
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will always be one step ahead of #williamandkate because they truly care for everyone and everything, HRH title or not! #Sussexfamilyforever!”
Kate and William previously started their Instagram account back in 2015.
They even shared the account with Prince Harry to showcase their charitable work.
After Harry married Meghan in 2018, they created their own official Sussex Royal page.
But they closed their account shortly after they stepped down as senior royals in March.
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Meanwhile, Kate received high praise from her grandmother-in-law the Queen over her recent social media campaign.
Her Majesty congratulated entrants to Hold Still, a photography project launched by the Duchess to capture a snapshot of the nation in coronavirus lockdown.
The project received more than 30,000 submissions.
Kate and four other judges then picked 100 final images that were published online by the National Portrait Gallery.
The Queen said in a letter to entrants: “The Duchess of Cambridge and I were inspired to see how the photographs have captured the resilience of the British people at such a challenging time, whether that is through celebrating frontline workers, recognising community spirit or showing the efforts of individuals supporting those in need.”
The Royal Family also used social media to wish the Duke of Sussex a happy birthday as he turned 36 this week.
A post on the Queen’s official Twitter account read, “Wishing The Duke of Sussex a very happy birthday!” and featured an image of the Queen with her grandson at a Buckingham Palace reception in 2017.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Twitter account said, “Wishing a very happy birthday to Prince Harry today! with a picture of William, Kate and Harry at an event.