The royal couple are continuing their tradition of rotating the accounts they follow every month — and for the month of October they are celebrating “community.”
Although Meghan and Harry have over 9.6 million followers on their social media platform — which they launched in April — they’re now asking for suggestions on worthwhile causes and people to follow.
“Over the last week on their official tour to Southern Africa, The Duke and Duchess have had a poignant reminder of the importance of community – the sense of support and togetherness that is felt from feeling like you are a part of something that respects difference but also celebrates shared values for the greater good,” they wrote on Instagram.”
“Please let us know the favourite organisation in your community – one you enjoy volunteering for, or that makes you proud to be a part of – one that supports you personally in your everyday life, and that defines what you feel community is all about.
“Based on your suggestions we will then choose our new accounts to follow for October. Thanks so much and thanks for being a part of the Sussex community!”
As a lead up to their tour, they followed a select group of organizations working in Africa during the month of September.
In August, they asked for suggestions of accounts to follow that represent “Forces for Change,” the theme of Meghan’s guest-edited issue of Vogue.
In June, they celebrated Pride Month by following accounts supporting the LGBTQ+ community, and they highlighted organizations focused on environmental conversation for July.
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They honored Mental Health Awareness Month in May by only following organizations that work to “promote mental well-being, mental fitness, body positivity, self-care, and the importance of human connection.”