Meghan Markle asks Instagram followers to nominate 'forces for change'

Are YOU one of Meghan Markle's 'Forces For Change'? Duchess asks her online followers to nominate worthy candidates to be followed by royal couple's SussexRoyal Instagram account Harry and Meghan follow fifteen different accounts on Instagram each month Pair decided to look for 'Forces of Change' following on from editing Vogue Comes after they were criticised for plugging a retreat run by a close friend 

By Dianne Apen-sadler For Mailonline

Published: 01:34 BST, 1 August 2019 | Updated: 02:27 BST, 1 August 2019

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asked their Instagram followers to nominate their 'Forces for Change' following Meghan's guest editorship of Vogue.

Posting on their SussexRoyal page, the couple asked their loyal fanbase to suggest people they look up to and organisations doing amazing work in the comments section.

Harry and Meghan follow fifteen different Instagram users every month on the account, which boasts 9.2million followers four months after its creation.

For August, the royal pair hope to highlight a number of forces for change - the title of Meghan's September edition of British Vogue.

The request comes after the new parents were criticised for plugging an exclusive £900-a-night retreat run by one of Meghan's close friends.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asked their Instagram followers to nominate their 'Forces for Change' following Meghan's guest editorship of Vogue

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asked their Instagram followers to nominate their 'Forces for Change' following Meghan's guest editorship of Vogue

Harry and Meghan follow fifteen different Instagram users every month on the SussexRoyal account, which boasts 9.2million followers four months after its creation

Harry and Meghan follow fifteen different Instagram users every month on the

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