Meghan: I don't know what people say about me on social media

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But she closed her personal accounts in the months before their marriage in 2018 - and the official Sussex Royal Instagram and Twitter accounts are managed by other people. "Because I don't care if you're 15 or 25, if people are saying things about you that aren't true, what that does to your mental and emotional health is so damaging".

"[Meghan] ripped off the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma theory about [social media] users being like drug addicts and had the cheek to say she hasn't been on it for years?" one fumed. "And there is something algorithmically that is in there that is creating this obsession that I think is very unhealthy for a lot of people". "Everything I'm doing is for Archie, our son".

"Racial justice resonates for me on a personal level being a woman of colour, but outside of that I think it just goes back to fundamental human rights which should be important to all of us". And that there is an alternative to engaging in that kind of stuff so I would just say to be very conscious and responsible. I think that is as simple as it comes and as necessary as it comes. "You have the power to turn this around".

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Meghan is also addressing what she sees as toxic behavior online.

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"It's interesting because my gut is that it makes you more courageous, it makes you so concerned for the world they're going to inherit", Meghan noted. "So the things you are able to tolerate on your own are not the same that you are going to put your child in a position of vulnerability for".

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"Thank you to this community - for the support, the inspiration and the shared commitment to good in the world".

Speaking from her home in Santa Barbara, Meghan continued: "But when you really know who you are and you know what your belief system is and you live by truth, then I think that can start to peel away the layers of where the fear comes in".

"At the same time, I am cautious of putting my family at risk by certain things".

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