According to the latest reports, Meghan Markle seems to have been the intended recipient of a letter containing some white powder and the authorities feared that this might be anthrax. The letter was addressed to her and Prince Harry at Kensington Palace.
Page Six tells its readers that the letter contained some awful racist words against Meghan and The London Evening Standard first reported this today, February 22.
The Kensington Palace security measures are incredibly tight, and thankfully they make sure that all the packages get inspected before they get to the royal family.
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It seems that the specialists were rushed in to examine the letter and the powder that was inside the envelope and eventually it was deemed harmless.
Still, the police are investigating whether this incident is linked to another package that was sent to Parliament Home Secretary Amber Rudd and that also contained white powder.
This was Meghan’s first incident of this type since she became a royal figure but it is not the first hate-fueled experience that this lady had since she announced her engagement to the Prince.
Last month, the Sun reported that the white nationalist and Wisconsin Republican Congressional candidate Paul Nehlen was banned from Twitter over some horrible racist images with the actress. Meghan and Prince Harry will get married in a televised ceremony at Saint George’s Chapel in London later this year on May 19.