#Megxit Trend Over Twitter As The Duke And The Duchess Of Sussex Announce To Live Apart From The Royal Family

Ankita Chetana |Jan 10, 2020

Shockingly informing the separation from the Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have created #Megxit trend on Twitter. Deeds inside!

On Wednesday, the social media got a new gossip shocking everyone that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle planned to say goodbye to the royal home. Later, the gossip turned to be an official announcement from the power couple of stepping down ‘as the senior members of the royal family’ and then hashtag #Megxit was born. In the evening of the same day, the two’s Instagram account published the news as below:


According to their announcement, they decided to be independent in finance for the upcoming time of their lives. Also, they noted that both of them will distribute the appropriate time between North America and the United Kingdom. And if the reports are not to go by, the duo didn’t ask for the consultant from Harry’s parents. On the other hand, they will take a chance to launch a brand-new charity organization.

Right from the post reached the social media, netizens have shared their diversity of reactions to the announcement. Especially, Twitter users rapidly recalled the portmanteau ‘Brexit’ from Meghan’s name to make the hashtag #Megxit trend on this social platform.

#Megxit Tweet

While some people honored the Duchess for her legendary decision, some others shared the outstanding memes over the issue. Meanwhile, their fans also discussed it with a matter of stating “first Brexit, now Megxit”.

But we need to take to another side of the issue, the royal family is speculated to feel disappointed and hurt after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reported it. Otherwise, Buckingham Palace issued a statement that they start to discuss with the couple as this is not a simple issue to all.


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