How the royal family’s Instagram account ended up on the Royal family’s account
The Instagram account for the Kensington Palace has now been used by the royal couple and their entourage to share the royal’s latest Instagram posts.
The Kensington palace account has also been used to promote the launch of a new series of royal merchandise for the first time.
The Royal Family’s Instagram feed has been used for the royal wedding, the royal funeral and the birth of the king and queen.
It has also featured a series of snaps of the royal, including the royal bride and their son.
The Kensington account has been widely shared since it was launched in July.
A number of royal weddings have also been promoted using the account, including last week’s royal wedding in Melbourne, Australia, and last month’s royal visit to China.
The account has now gone public, which has led to the royal household receiving a lot of criticism from people who have used the account.
The official Kensington address, which is used for official events, has also had to be changed to the new account’s address.
“The Kens the Palace account was created to celebrate the coronation of the Queen in Kensington on June 26, 2021, and to celebrate their love for each other and for Kensington as a place of family,” Kensington said in a statement on Friday.
Not a happy family’The Kens that the royal accounts have featured are the Kens that are most closely associated with the royal dynasty, but the new Kensington is the latest in a series that have also featured the royal parents. “
We wish to acknowledge that this has caused many people distress, and we would like to reassure everyone that we take all matters of public privacy very seriously.”‘
Not a happy family’The Kens that the royal accounts have featured are the Kens that are most closely associated with the royal dynasty, but the new Kensington is the latest in a series that have also featured the royal parents.
It is not clear whether the new accounts are run by the same people or if they are run independently.
“There is no evidence that the account is being operated for personal gain or benefit, and is not a happy, healthy family,” a Kensington statement said.
The Royal Family also recently released a statement about the account which was criticised for using images of the new queen to promote its launch.
“It is unfortunate that some of the images used by some of our social media platforms to promote our brand were taken from Instagram, the social media platform that we use to share images of our family and friends,” the statement read.
“In the spirit of openness, we would urge anyone who wishes to use Instagram to carefully review the photos that are being used and to share them responsibly with the public.”