Much like us regular old commoners, Prince Harry is apparently a social media fiend.
According to reports, the Prince began using social media platforms in 2012 under the pseudonym Spike Wells.
The Telegraph is reporting that Harry adopted the 'fake' name for social media because his nickname in real life is Spike. There was a Facebook profile with the name, and it had over 400 friends "including some of Britain’s richest young men and women."
According to the publication, the page was deleted in the aftermath of Harry's Las Vegas scandal (you know, the one where he was pictured naked at a party in a hotel room). Apparently Harry's advisers recommended he take down the page to avoid future security breaches.
Harry now operates through the Kensington Palace social media pages, along with Prince William and Kate Middleton. As far as we know, he has no other presence online.
His cousin Princess Eugenie, however, recently became the first member of the Royal Family to have their own personal Instagram account.
With her paving the way for young royals, there's an ever so slight chance we may one day have a Prince George vlog or Princess Charlotte tumblr to look forward to!