While we're still not over the fact that Meghan Markle had to shut her account down, there are plenty of other royals on the 'gram to keep us happy!
While most members of the British royal family personally refrain from posting on social media, a select few have their own Instagram accounts.
And when it comes to royal families around the world, several princes and princesses share intimate snapshots from their lives on a regular basis. Here are some of the best:
PRINCE CARL PHILLIP OF SWEDEN AND WIFE PRINCESS SOFIA:
Up until now Prince Carl Phillip of Sweden and wife, Princess Sopfia's Instagram was private, but now the glamorous royal couple have gone public.
“Welcome to our official Instagram account," they wrote after opening up their account. "As you can see, we have already posted photos for a while to give you an insight into our work, the tasks we carry out and above all the issues we are passionate about. Hope you want to follow us!”
Meghan Markle deleted her Instagram account to join the British royal family, but Princess Eugenie has bucked tradition by securing her own verified account on the platform. She launched her new social media presence to celebrate International Women's Day.
SARAH FERGUSON, DUCHESS OF YORK
Princess Eugenie's mother, Sarah Ferguson, is on Instagram already. She was married to Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's son, with whom she has two daughters. Despite divorcing the Prince in 1996, she remains a member of the royal family.
Chatto made headlines in 2017 for posting topless snaps on Instagram. The grandson of the late Princess Margaret, Chatto was best known for being Queen Elizabeth II's pageboy, before his abs became famous, that is. According to Hello! Chatto's original account has been deactivated, so this new one may or may not be legit.
LADY KITTY SPENCER
Lady Kitty Spencer is Princess Diana's niece, and the resemblance is uncanny. She modeled in Dolce and Gabbana's "Secrets & Diamonds" show in Feb. 2018, and she also featured in one of their print campaigns earlier this year.
member of the former ruling family of Jaipur State, in Rajasthan, India. An avid polo player, he accompanied Reese Witherspoon's daughter, Ava Phillippe, to the Bal des Débutantes for her society debut.
PRINCESS CHARLENE OF MONACO
Although the account is managed by the Palace of Monaco, Princess Charlene's Instagram offers an insight into what life is like when you're Grace Kelly's daughter-in-law.
PRINCESS TATIANA OF GREECE AND DENMARK
Princess Tatiana is the wife of Prince Nikolaos, son of the former King of Greece. Prior to becoming a royal, she worked for Diane von Fürstenberg doing PR.
PRINCESS MARIA-OLYMPIA OF GREECE AND DENMARK
MARIUS BORG HØIBY
The son of the Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, Marius Borg Høiby is now based in Los Angeles, where he surfs and skates regularly.
Now based in New York, Pauline Ducruet was raised in Monaco, and is the granddaughter of Grace Kelly.
PRINCE HAMDAN BIN MOHAMMED AL MAKTOUM
Dubai's Crown Prince has over 6.2 million Instagram followers. In 2017, Cosmopolitan.com named him one of The 7 Most Eligible Royal Bachelors in the World. He publishes poetry under his nickname, Fazza.
PRINCE CONSTANTINE-ALEXIOS OF GREECE AND DENMARK
Prince Constantine-Alexios is currently studying at Georgetown University. He's also Prince William's godson.
PRINCE HARRY, MEGHAN MARKLE, PRINCE WILLIAM, AND KATE MIDDLETON
Although they don't have personal Instagrams, the princes and their partners share regular updates via the Kensington Palace account.
As Grace Kelly's granddaughter, Camille Gottlieb shows off her impeccable style on Instagram. The daughter of Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, Camille isn't in line to the throne as her father is Stéphanie's former bodyguard, Jean-Raymond Gottlieb
TALITA VON FÜRSTENBERG
The granddaugher of Diane von Fürstenberg and Prince Egon von Fürstenberg, Talita is another model who walked the runway at Dolce & Gabbana's Milan show.
PRINCE MATEEN OF BRUNEI
Prince Mateen of Brunei attended Sandhurst Military Academy, much like Prince William and Prince Harry. He is one of the Sultan of Brunei's twelve children.
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire US