Officials from the Kensington Palace in the United Kingdom revealed today that security would become strengthened following the Anthrax scare reported today, February, 22nd. As it was previously reported, police secured a letter containing a white powder which they feared was anthrax.
Fortunately, it wasn’t able to reach the Prince or his soon-to-be-wife. The London Evening Standard reported the news on the 22nd of February, Thursday.
Not only did the letter contain a mysterious powder, but it also included racist ideas and epithets. Following the receival of the note, the couple is now looking at extra security for their wedding.
Robert Jobson, a security expert working on behalf of the Royals, said: “Meghan is just a lovely woman” who wants to marry the man she’s in love with and doesn’t deserve such treatment.
On a more positive side of things, the letter forces them to be a little more cautious going forward. Robson stated Markle’s team would carefully examine the evidence in an attempt to thwart future attacks.
The expert stated these things happen a lot to people in the public’s eye. They are a magnet for a lot of positive but also harmful attention.
However, admittedly, Jobson stated the perpetrator was probably just sick, so they aren’t too worried about it. Even though they experienced a harrowing threat, the Royals are continuing ahead with their nuptials which take place on the 19th of May.
An insider added, “the wedding will be great despite the fact that Harry and Meghan both have their way of doing things that sometimes clash with each other.” And while they have to be mindful of traditions, they’re not afraid to embark on a new path.