Mulroney, a stylist, played an important role during the 2018 event. She was photographed arriving at St George's Chapel with Kate Middleton and supervising her three children, twins Brian and John and daughter Ivy up the steps of the landmark before they walked down the aisle behind the soon-to-be royal bride.
But her followers recently noticed some photos, including Brian smiling as he held Meghan's veil in the famous chapel, according to Entertainment Tonight are now missing from her grid.
The mother-of-three, who recently made her public Instagram private, promptly took to her Instagram Stories to explain her actions, according to the outlet, attributing her decision to three years of 'bullying and hatred'.
Her post reportedly read:
People often ask why I delete certain posts. The amount of bullying and hatred I've had to put up with for 3 years... I'm tired of looking at it. Be kind. Be gracious. We are grown ups... stop acting like teenagers. Real women don't put down other women.
Mulroney has been keeping out of the public eye in recent months after she received a colossal backlash - including no longer contributing as a guest stylist on Good Morning America - after she was accused of exhibiting 'textbook white privilege behaviour' by Canadian influencer Sasha Exeter.
Mulroney publicly apologised to Exeter following the criticism and said she would be taking a step back from social media.
Aside from her styling credentials, Mulroney is known as a close confidante of the Duchess of Sussex, having met while Meghan filmed Suits in Toronto. However, after the recent criticism of Mulroney, there have been rumours and speculation as to the current state of their friendship.
In July, Mulroney's husband Ben spoke out following an article claiming his wife was considering writing a 'tell-all book' about her friendship with the royal - slamming the reports as false.
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