When your famous, even if you use your real name, and not your stage name, fans will be able to find you on social media. Many celebrities use fictions names, including members of the royal family.
Prince Harry had a 400-friend Facebook account during his college years. He used the name ”Spike Wells” while online. Friends used to call Harry ”Spike” when he had spiked hair.
The Daily Telegraph also noted back in 2012 that Spike Wells’ “profile image regularly changes, and has included pictures of a hedgehog, a lemur from the cartoon film series Madagascar, and even a red-headed child clutching their head under the comment ‘Oh my God, I’m ginger’.” LOL to that last one, you guys.
But following the rules of royal protocol, it’s strictly forbidden for royal family members like Prince Harry to manage their own social media. Even Meghan Markle had to delete all of her social media accounts, although she claimed it was because she was no longer active (but we all see through that lie, girl!). Dai Davies, a former head of royal protection for Scotland Yard, told The Daily Telegraph that any royal managing their own Facebook page is a big no-no for security purposes.
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