Meghan Markle has shut down all of her social media accounts ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry in May.
Kensington Palace confirmed the 36-year-old American actress is no longer a Facebook, Twitter and Instagram user.
In December 2017, Ms Markle had 1.9 million people following her posts on Instagram, and more than 350,000 Twitter followers.
Her Facebook page had almost 800,000 likes.
The palace said: “Ms Markle is grateful to everyone who has followed her social media accounts over the years.
“However, as she has not used these accounts for some time, she has taken the decision to close them.”
The move is in line with Royal tradition and comes after the Suits star closed her lifestyle blog The Tig in April 2017.
However, Royal watchers need not despair, for like Kate Middleton, aspects of her life will continue to feature on Kensington Palace’s official account.
Earlier this week, the palace issued photographs of Princess Charlotte’s first day at nursery.
Ms Markle was very vocal and active on her Twitter and Instagram accounts. Commentators have said that she will have to be more careful about how she shares her views on the world. The Royals are, after all, expected to be politically neutral.
Earlier on 9 January, Harry and Meghan were greeted by crowds of well-wishers at community radio station Reprezent, in Brixton. The station trains youngsters in media skills.
Ms Markle went to the engagement in a Marks & Spencer sweatshirt, Burberry trousers and a Smythe coat.
A DJ at the station, Jeremiah Asiamah, described the pair as a “power couple”, and added “they became family in the space of five minutes”.
“She’s beautiful, such an amazing character, if there’s any way you could describe a power couple in this modern day and age, it’s definitely them.”