The social distance meme was a Twitter hashtag that appeared to target the Duchess of Cambridge after she took to Twitter last week to express her sadness over the death of her father.
The social media network suspended the tweet and subsequently removed it from its feed.
The Duchess of Sussex has since deleted the tweet, saying it was insensitive.
Social distancing memes were also used in the UK last week in an attack on a woman who posted a picture of herself on the Tube with her arms around a man.
The image was then shared widely by Twitter users to mock her for having a “distanced look”.
Twitter’s policy states that its guidelines prohibit the use of distancing, but there is no official statement on how the platform removes content.
In an interview with Sky News, Markle said: “I think people are getting too far away from their emotions and that’s something I’m not happy about.”
Markle, who is also the Duchess’s husband to Prince William, said she had deleted the social distances from her feed “because I was tired of seeing them and not being able to control it.” “
It’s just an incredibly distancing reaction and it’s a little bit ridiculous.”
Markle, who is also the Duchess’s husband to Prince William, said she had deleted the social distances from her feed “because I was tired of seeing them and not being able to control it.”
“I was tired, but I’m sure people are tired of it too.”
A Twitter spokesman said: ‘We take abuse very seriously and have removed content from users who break our rules.
This behaviour is a violation of our rules, and we are reviewing the matter.’