Meghan Markle Poised for Instagram Return with Potential $1 Million Earnings per Post

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, might make $1 million for each post if she goes back to Instagram. She used to have an account called @meghan with lots of followers, even though she never posted on it. Now, people are saying she's getting ready to use it again.

A source told Daily Mail, "Everyone in Hollywood is talking about the re-launch being imminent. Meghan has never made any secret of the fact she wants to return to Instagram."

Another source said that the account with the @meghan name, which has a picture of pink peonies, is really hers. They said, "Yes, that's her. Expect an announcement very soon. She's coming back."

Before, Meghan and her husband Prince Harry had an Instagram account with 9.4 million followers, but they stopped using it in 2020 when they moved away from their royal duties.

Meghan's friends, like Mandana Dayani, who used to be in charge of the Sussexes' media company, follow her new account. Meghan had a lot of followers on Instagram before she got married to Harry in 2018. She also had a blog called The Tig.

According to a previous report from Page Six, Meghan is talking to brands to work with them on social media. She really wants to work with Cartier, a jewelry brand, and she's also working with a Hollywood agency called WME.

People are saying Meghan will use social media again because her big Spotify deal ended, and her husband Harry's project had a big change.

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