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Meghan Markle might be able to get back her social media accounts after deleting them on Jan. 9, the same day she visited Reprezent 107.3FM in Pop Brixton in London. Dominic Lipinski - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Readying to marry Prince Harry this spring, Meghan Markle is cleaning up aspects of her life to make room for the new, which involves deleting her social media accounts, except for Snapchat, as of Tuesday.

Now that they’re gone, will Markle ever be able to get them back?

When it comes to her Instagram and Facebook accounts, the answers yes and no are both correct, depending on what she’s actually done to them to make them unavailable to the public.

If she’s simply deactivated her Facebook and disabled her Instagram, then that’s what’s causing all of her posts, comments, likes and photos to be hidden, and she’ll be able to restore it all to its original glory just by logging back in.

If she’s deleted her Facebook, then she’ll only have a few days upon clicking “delete” to change her mind and get her account back. After that, the company will have completed her request and she won’t be able to regain access to her account and/or its content, even though the data will be stored on Facebook’s backup systems for up to 90 days.

On Instagram, if she got rid of her account, then all of her photos and videos and the comments and likes associated with them will have been permanently removed. Not to mention that if Markle ever decides that she wants to come back to the platform, she won’t be able to sign up with the same username again.

As for Twitter, the “Suits” star only had one option, which was to flat-out delete her account, which means that after 30 days of not logging in on the platform with her username to reactive it, all of her tweets, followers and favorites will be gone. Unlike with Instagram, once the 30 days are up and her account is gone, the username becomes fair game for anyone, which means that someone else can grab the handle @meghanmarkle and begin tweeting from it.

The next 30 days will be crucial to see if Markle will reactivate any of her social media accounts, but especially Twitter. If she doesn’t, then she’ll not only lose her content and her username, but likely a parody account will pop up in its place with her formerly verified username.