Meghan Markle just got less social.
The future bride of Prince Harry deactivated her Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts Tuesday— about a month and a half after announcing her engagement to the British royal.
She decided to delete her social media accounts because “she has not used them for some time,” a source connected to Kensington Palace told People.
The deactivations come about nine months after Markle, 36, took down the lifestyle website she created, The Tig. She did not provide a reason when she deleted the site, which featured posts about food, travel and sources of inspiration.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married in May.
Markle, who rose to fame as an actress on the USA drama series “Suits,” boasted over 1.9 million Instagram followers and over 350,000 Twitter followers before removing the accounts, according to the BBC.
Social media for the royal family is typically handled by the official accounts of Kensington Palace and Clarence House, rather than individual members having their own pages.
Meghan Markle: Prince Harry’s fiance
Markle and Harry, 33, were first romantically linked in October 2016, and he confirmed their relationship shortly after. They were frequently spotted together from there, and they announced their engagement late last November.
Harry and Markle made their first public appearance as an engaged couple in early December, a few days after that big announcement, when they visited hundreds of people lining the streets in Nottingham, England.