Prince Harry and Meghan Meghan Announce the Only Instagram Account They're Following in March

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided to continue their tradition of following only one account on Instagram at a time. In March, they've selected Tank Good News.

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  • In a new post on Sunday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (opens in new tab) announced the Instagram account they are following for March.
  • Harry and Meghan have an established tradition of following a single account from their Sussex Royal Instagram (opens in new tab). The couple select a new account to follow every month.
  • For March 2020, Harry and Meghan have chosen to spotlight Tanks Good News, an account that's focused on "positivity with a hint of humor." The choice serves as a hint about the attitude the couple are adopting in the lead up to their royal exit becoming official at the end of the month.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (opens in new tab) are focused on positivity leading up to their royal exit.

The Sussexes have a tradition (opens in new tab) of following just one account on Instagram each month, and the couple announced March's selection in a new post on their Sussex Royal account (opens in new tab). The lucky account? Tanks Good News (opens in new tab), which focuses on "news actually worth sharing" and describes it approach to posts as "positivity with a hint of humor."

"Happy 1st of March everyone! This month, we continue on the good news path and are pleased to be following @TankGoodNews, as a reminder of all the good that is happening in the world. We hope it uplifts and inspires you!"

Unsurprisingly, Tanks Good News (opens in new tab) was honored by the nod. The account commented on the announcement post, writing, "This is amazing! What a great thing to wake up to ❤️ I am honored. Let’s have a great month everybody 💪🏼."

The selection is significant, considering the timing. The end of March will mark the official end of Harry and Meghan's time as working royals (opens in new tab). By choosing an account so focused on positivity and a "hint of humor," the Sussexes are giving the world an important insight into the attitude they're adopting as their royal exit approaches.

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