Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are pictured attending a reception to mark the 50th Anniversary of the investiture of The Prince of Wales on March 5, 2019, in London. Dominic Lipinski/AFP/Getty Images

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may have gained over 3.7 million Instagram followers since they started a separate Instagram account from Prince William and Kate Middleton, but a new report claims the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could lose their millions of followers in the blink of an eye

While the new Instagram page is the go-to account for the latest Meghan and Harry updates, the former “Suits” star has reportedly been warned not to post on the account without approval from the palace.

RadarOnline published an article claiming Meghan and Harry could lose their social media privileges if the Duchess of Sussex doesn’t follow the rules. An alleged source told the site the royals “are hoping Meghan obeys the rules or else the [new] account will be removed from her.”

Insiders are reportedly concerned Meghan’s use of the account could break royal protocol. “This account cannot be a method for her to respond to everything she doesn’t like in the press,” an alleged source told the site.

“They are not going to have a royal Instagram war on their hands,” the mystery tipster added.

While the supposed confidant claims the palace is aware of Meghan’s online success prior to marrying Prince Harry, they don’t believe she is ready to handle a royal social media account on her own.

“They are very aware that the former blogger has more experience with this than they do, but they want to make clear that once something has been posted it cannot be removed.”

Meghan and Prince Harry’s separate Instagram account comes after reports Queen Elizabeth shutdown the couple’s attempt to become independent of Buckingham Palace.