The British royal family happily keep you in the know with all the royal goings on (most importantly, exclusive pictures of royal babies and Prince Harry’s touring schedule).
Did you ever wonder what happened to your ever-faithful friend on MySpace, Tom? Well, since selling the social network he co-founded for US$580 million, he’s joined Instagram and is actually a pretty incredible photographer. He’s also on Twitter and once shut down the person who called him “the guy that was not able to keep a social network alive” by clarifying that he is actually “the guy who sold MySpace for $580 million while you slave away hoping for a half-day off.” True, but he’s still our (first) friend.
Having only posted her first ‘gram three weeks ago, Betty’s posting habits are a bit sporadic but when she does share a selfie it’s everything you could hope for.
The best thing about celebrity Instagrams is the candid glimpse they give you into their mysterious lives. Considering Mr. Jacobs was once “appalled” by the idea social media, he’s a forthcoming ‘grammer, and happily shares snaps taken with his fashionable friends.
The Summer of ’69 crooner joined Instagram in October last year and – to our surprise – fills his feed with artsy black and white photography with the occasional obligatory selfie, of course. This is Instagram, people.
The OC fans rejoice, Summer Roberts has joined Instagam as of June 2015. You know your celebrity game is still going strong when you amass 84.8k followers in all of two weeks.
When you’re running a presidential campaign, Instagram is one powerful PR tool. Most of Hillary’s posts follow her colourful campaign trail mixed in with some refreshingly personal posts too.