Meghan Markle is a woman of many talents, but is she also a secret social media manager? Some are speculating that she is running the new Sussex Royal social media accounts.

As first noticed by Hello! Magazine, the captions on the Sussex Royal Instagram account aren’t very British. Someone is using American spellings (energize instead of energise) and vernacular (diapers instead of nappies) in the latest Sussex Royal post.

The photo thanks supporters for donating to various organizations to celebrate Meghan and Harry’s first child, who will be born in the coming weeks. However, there could be some explanations for the inconsistencies in the caption.

The use of a dollar sign, as well as the pound sign, could be part of acknowledging that many donations came from the U.S., where Meghan has quite a few fans.

The Americanisms are found in the lines about each charity. If the nonprofits supplied the information, each description might be repeating words that the organizations themselves use. The word “diapers” appears in a line about Baby2Baby, a Los Angeles organization, which makes sense. Little Village HQ, however, is a U.K. charity, so it’s interesting that the word “energize” appears with the American spelling.

Still, another explanation could be that it’s another American writing the captions. After all, their head of communications is Sara Latham, an American (who has dual citizenship in the U.S. and U.K.). As Harry and Meghan work on getting their new household fully staffed, it seems likely that Latham might have a wide range of responsibilities, including posting on social media.

However, it’s hard to ignore the heartfelt nature of the latest post. Meghan and Harry are thanking their fans in a way that feels a little more personal than the usual royal social media posts.

“Their Royal Highnesses wanted you to know the impact of your support – the direct effect your donation, energy, and action made! YOU chose to be part of the collective good, and you have a made a real difference,” the post says, in part.

It certainly feels reminiscent of the tone of Meghan’s now-defunct lifestyle website, The Tig. She shut down the brand, along with her personal social media accounts, shortly after getting engaged to Prince Harry in 2017, but her work there certainly gave her experience in writing for social media. Could Meghan be the one secretly running the Sussex Royal accounts? It’s unlikely fans will ever have a definite answer.

However, royal followers can expect social media to play a big role for Meghan and Harry in the future. Some even believe the couple might debut their first royal baby photos on the Instagram account.

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex is pictured attending a panel discussion convened by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust on March 8, 2019 in London. Daniel Leal-Olivas - WPA Pool/Getty Images