Another one for your feed: On Tuesday, Halle Berry made her debut on social media with the launch of Instagram and Twitter accounts. With 155,000 followers already on the photo-sharing app, and one photo to date — a topless one at that — it looks like she will be gathering followers quickly.
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“Hi everyone. Welcome!” she wrote on Instagram, captioning a photo of herself wandering through a field of bamboo. “Today is a very exciting day for me….I’m looking forward to sharing our world through images that reflect my emotions and perceptions. I am in awe of photography and its ability to capture and reflect this extraordinary world that we live in. I’m excited to share with you my love of nature, the arts, fashion and much more in the hopes that the images will inspire, promote conversation and bring you joy. ❤ Halle.”
From the look of things, she’s already a social media pro. Exotic locale as a casual background? Check. Envy-inducing beauty look? Check. Inspirational quote in bio? You bet. This may be Berry’s first rodeo, but she knows what she’s doing.
Instagram has been busy this week, aside from being graced by the Oscar winner. The platform announced last week it would be changing the order of feeds to reflect accounts users view most, instead of the chronological order the app has used up until now. The company had to issue some clarification on the matter after users were sent into a panic. Yesterday, Instagram also revealed they would lengthen video abilities from 15 seconds to 60 seconds.