Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Deleted an Instagram Photo for This Totally Relatable Reason

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are new to the Instagram game (well, kind of), but they’ve already gone through a social media rite of passage.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex deleted, then reposted a photo because the caption featured a couple of errors. (Been there, done that.) According to Marie Claire, the couple swapped out one of the photos in the slideshow and deleted a repetitive line in the caption. The horror!

The post in question thanked royal well-wishers for all of their Global Sussex Baby Shower donations and offered further information about one of the charities the 34-year-old duke and 37-year-old duchess are passionate about.

Prince Harry and Markle (well, their social media coordinator) captioned the second iteration of the post, “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are so grateful for the well wishes in anticipation of their first born. Today we introduce you to one of four charities the couple has asked that you consider supporting in lieu of sending gifts.”

Next, they took a moment to introduce one of their key charities. “Please meet The Lunchbox Fund:@thelunchboxfund provides a nutritious daily school meal to children in South Africa who would otherwise go hungry. Since its inception, @thelunchboxfund has provided over 20 million meals to school children in need. This meal encourages children to attend school and enables them to better concentrate and maximize their learning potential,” they explained.

They went on to write, “As president and vice president of The Queens Commonwealth Trust, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are committed to supporting the children and communities of the 53 commonwealth countries around the world. For those members of the public who have graciously asked to send baby gifts for the couple’s upcoming arrival, they ask that instead, you consider lending your support to @thelunchboxfund or the other 3 charities we will be sharing on our page. Thank you for your kindness!”

We don’t blame them for being meticulous while introducing something so important, but maybe a second look might be beneficial when they post about the other three charities? Just saying.