Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during a musical performance as they attend a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House on March 11, 2019 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been criticized for their grammar mistakes on their social media posts.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced earlier this month their official Instagram account. However, one writer and editor said that the royals’ posts “drives her crazy” due to grammar errors.

Speaking on “Royally Obsessed,” Kaitlin Menza revealed that Prince Harry and Markle triggered her “grammatical pet peeve” by using the word “everyday” instead of “every day.”

“They are both semantics and they are revealing me as the grammar nerd, editor, writer that I am,” Menza said.

Menza was referring to the couple’s post about Earth Day where they used the said word.

“‘Every day’ is an instance of something when you are referring to time. ‘Everyday’ is an adjective that can run right before a noun. Like my ‘everyday sneakers’ that is the only time it should be one word,” Menza explained.

“This drives me crazy. There have been other grammatical errors in the Sussex Royal captions and it’s making me nuts.”

Just recently, Markle was also slammed for inserting throwback photos featuring her following Prince Harry and Kate Middleton’s reunion at Anzac Day Service. The Sussexes shared one photo of the Duchess of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex on the said event and several photos of Markle and Prince Harry’s engagement the previous year.

Many were wondering why Markle has to include her photos instead of concentrating on the new event. Netizens accused the duchess of doing it because she was jealous, so she has to put her own pictures. A different user said that Markle always wants to be the center of attention, so everything has to be about her.

In related news, historian Anna Whitelock reveals on Yahoo UK’s “The Royal Box” that there’s an “interesting divide between royalty and celebrity.” She also pointed out how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in this situation but their popularity doesn’t help the monarchy.

“Harry and Meghan are in this situation where actually they are significant to the royal brand in terms of generating interest, but actually not significant to the monarchy in terms of its future,” Whitelock said.