5 celebs who made their Instagram debuts in 2019

Jennifer Aniston (Photo: Getty Images)
Jennifer Aniston (Photo: Getty Images)

Cape Town - Instagram has become a fan-favourite and gives us a glimpse into the life of celebs off the red carpet and behind the scenes.

Whether their feeds are all about promotional work, authentic snaps or even just family fun, we love to see it.

A new crop of celebs have finally joined the app in 2019 and we’ve rounded them up for you.

Matthew McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey joined the social media platform in November and has already delivered some swoon-worthy videos to fill up a long stroll through his feed.

Joe Giudice

The husband of Teresa Giudice, star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, recently joined the 'gram as he awaits the final appeal of his deportation ruling. He did a short stint in prison for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud in 2016.

The father of four has been sharing snaps from his reunion in Italy with his wife and kids, reports People.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

This royal couple have launched their own Instagram account which is to be used for "important announcements" and to share the work that drives them.

"Welcome to our official Instagram; we look forward to sharing the work that drives us, the causes we support, important announcements, and the opportunity to shine a light on key issues," Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan captioned their first post.

Jennifer Aniston

The former Friends actress set a Guinness World Record when she joined Instagram. Her account was the fastest one to reach one million followers.

She’s proved herself as a master of the platform and made her debut with a reunion selfie featuring the cast of Friends.

Amanda Bynes

The actress took a much-needed break from her career to study fashion and she also went on a hiatus from social media.

Amanda had a very public meltdown in 2014 but is  reportedly doing just fine now. She started her account in September.

(Photo: Getty Images)

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