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Of course, this isn't the first time users have pointed out prejudices in Instagram's content policies, which ban nudity including 'photos, videos, and some digitally-created content that show sexual intercourse, genitals, and close-ups of fully-nude buttocks', as well as 'some photos of female nipples'.Many people - including celebrities like Chrissy Teigen, Miley Cyrus, Chelsea Handler, and Orange is the New Black star Matt Mc Gorry - have protested Instagram's nipple ban, in particular, saying that it's sexist.While it is acceptable for photos showing men's nipples to be shared, photos revealing women's nipples are deleted.And when Instagram announced in April that users could now use emoji in hashtags and searches, they added a caveat - the eggplant emoji, which some people use in sex-related messages because it is thought to resemble a penis - was off-limits.Actress, self-styled humanitarian, writer, world traveller and most recently, fashion designer.Should Prince Harry's new love interest, Meghan Markle, be invited to sit down for tea at Buckingham Palace, she certainly won't be short of conversation.
Dancer and actress Cressida Bonas was his most recent long-term girlfriend but the couple split after two years in 2014.
But while Instagram has focused on a word that many other users, including plus-size models and bloggers, use to empower women to be confident about their bodies, they've left other, arguably more sexually-charged, hashtags untouched.
And though a generally positive word like 'curvy' is now off-limits, body-shaming words like 'fat' and 'fatty' are still searchable.
Toronto-based actress Meghan, 35, shared a snap of herself wearing the jewellery on a recent trip to Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire, and its blue, white and black colours mean 'friendship, fearlessness and independence'.
JUNE: Meghan spent periods in London and made several visits to Wimbledon, left in the Royal Box on June 28 .