Twitter has become one of quickest and easiest platforms for the royals to update their fans with their engagements. At present, there are three official royal accounts, namely, the Kensington Palace, Clarence House and the Royal Family Twitter account.

Here are some of the differences and similarities between the three official Twitter accounts.

1. Kensington Palace

The Kensington Palace Twitter account is typically used to share updates, pictures and videos about Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry. Prince William and Middleton’s kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are also featured in this account.

This account does not normally share updates about the other members of the royal family.

One of the latest updates shared online via Kensington Palace’s Twitter account has to do with Markle and Prince Harry’s trip to Scotland. Photos and videos of the couple were also uploaded online. In one of the pictures, Prince Harry almost got bitten by a Shetland pony named Cruachan.

The Kensington Palace Twitter account was created in September 2014.

2. Clarence House

The Clarence House Twitter account was specifically created for Prince Charles and Camilla. All of the couple’s official engagements are listed in this account. No updates about Prince Charles’ sons, as well as their respective partners, are shared here.

Prince Charles is featured in the latest post uploaded on the Clarence House account. In the snap, he is joined by the heads of wool growing countries of the Commonwealth.

Clarence House Twitter account was created in October 2010.

3. Royal Family

The Royal Family account is for everyone in the royal family including Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Alexandra and more. This account also features some of the photos and updates posted on the Kensington Palace and Clarence House Twitter accounts.

A throwback photo of the queen from 1953 shows her receiving a bouquet of Fijan flowers from a young girl. In the caption, it was revealed that Queen Elizabeth II has visited the Commonwealth countries over 200 times.

Royal Family Twitter account was created in April 2009.