While most royal social pages (with the exception of Princess Eugenie and a few others) are manned by staff, people have been quick to think that Meghan herself is running things online.
The "Strong Enough" singer's Twitter page is full of posts calling out the Trump administration's stance on the way it's handled LGBTQ issues, climate change and more.
The "Three's Company" star is living her best life, despite what online trolls have to say about her being in the buff in her backyard bathtub.
"We are both in good shape, we know our bodies and in turn, we know our limits," Kody Workman explained. "We had faith in each other and trust to pull this off and so we made the choice as a team to shoot it."
According to a user on Facebook who witnessed the scene, the store owner packed up chicken wings, sausage rolls, a whole pizza and a 2-liter bottle of soda for the teenager and his hungry brother.
Naturally, a person who has ever paid a tithe to their church of choice is bound to have some questions as to why a person leading a congregation is wearing thousand-dollar shoes.
Kevin Keiley is a driving instructor from Worthing, England who’s had the @sussexroyal handle for nearly three years. Now, he says the royals have taken it.
The boy had been chatting with his friend, who he met on the social media app through one of their mutual friends, when he noticed a drastic change in the girl's emotions.
"One slip of the hand or foot and the couple are both dead," one commenter responded of the risky snapshot taken in Sri Lanka.
The handwritten assignment included a prompt that read, "Your family owns slaves. Create a list of expectations for your family's slaves."
The 32-year-old writer, actress and producer shared a photo of herself in lingerie with an intimate message on Tuesday.
Adorable, spring-ready clothes from pint-sized social media powerhouses, Mila and Emma Stauffer.
Kim Kardashian is no stranger to a bold fashion statement. But some people think she went a little overboard on Sunday night with her chest nearly exposed in a strappy dress.
Two middle school students were arrested for allegedly cyberstalking and threatening their teacher through an Instagram account called "Southwood School Shooter."
Chris Pratt saw Ellen Page's comments about his church last week, and the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor has a lot to say in response.