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Fans spot awkward typos in Meghan and Harry’s Insta post

Eagle-eyed fans have caught two errors on the royal couple's Instagram photo.

15.10.2019

Eagle-eyed fans have caught two errors on the royal couple's Instagram photo.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has called on women to “stand up for themselves” in a new Instagram post.

Earlier this month, Meghan, 38, returned from a royal tour to Africa with Harry, 35, and five-month-old baby son Archie, where she focused on the issue of gender and spoke out about violence against women.

“These words, used in The Duchess’ speech on the opening day of the Southern Africa Tour in Nyanga, South Africa, surrounded by the inspiring Mbokobo (sic) girls, should always be a reminder that no matter how big or small, your voice has a purpose.”

The message quickly garnered more than 35,000 “likes” and over 400 comments.

However, others praised her for the message, with one noting: “Thank you Meghan for this important reminder to women all over the world!”

The post also appeared to have misspelled “Mbokodo” as “Mbokobo” in the caption.

Read more: news.com.au

Oh, but she's so perfect. Where was her secretary ? We all know MeGain is not the sharpest knife in the draw so why would anyone expect it to be spelt properly? Fans? I think 99.9% of the world try to avoid seeing anything of MeGain and Harry.

Harry and Meghan? My care factor is zeroI’m nearly always happy to read something about the Queen. She is our head of state and frankly a star performer. The rest of the family are of no real interest to me. amandavanstone My interest factor is zero. amandavanstone Rather hear about the royal couple than hear from a vain sour old politician suffering from relevance syndrome. amandavanstone Your opinion is worth a big fat zero Vanstone so take your generous government pension & find a hobby.

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Harry and Meghan? My care factor is zeroI’m nearly always happy to read something about the Queen. She is our head of state and frankly a star performer. The rest of the family are of no real interest to me. amandavanstone My interest factor is zero. amandavanstone Rather hear about the royal couple than hear from a vain sour old politician suffering from relevance syndrome. amandavanstone Your opinion is worth a big fat zero Vanstone so take your generous government pension & find a hobby.

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