Meghan Markle warned to stop closing auto door herself

Meghan Markle warned to stop closing auto door herself

Amid increasing risks of terror attacks, Meghan Markle - whose protocol shunning antics caused a stir a year ago (see link) - has been asked to stop closing doors by herself.

They have been living in two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage, one of the smallest properties in the grounds of Kensington Palace, since they became engaged.

Social media backlash has increased in recent months, ranging from pitting the royal sisters-in-law against each other to "violent threats", a source tells Hello! magazine. While the majority of the comments left by the over 7 million followers are kind - the palace still spends hours filtering out negative posts. The social networks have dedicated teams assisting high-profile account-holders cope with such issues, who've coached the palace on detecting and moderating abuse.


'It's creating a supercharged atmosphere and everyone can join in, but what are the consequences of this?'

"But as far as the original people coming back, including Jessica (Gina's character), we're so early in the season that we haven't formulated what we want to do, so we can't reach out to people before we know what we want to do".

Kate has been called "boring", and when Meghan made a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards, moderators had to disable comments on an Instagram post and delete over 500 because debate became so abusive.


It claims Meghan has been criticised for "faking" her pregnancy to get attention, trying too hard, walking strangely, touching her baby bump too much, and being too slim.

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child this spring and are continuing to blaze their own trail independent of royal traditions as they prepare to expand their family. As a responsible title, we have decided that enough is enough.

Not long after Prince Harry and Meghan took their relationship public in 2016, he directed palace representatives to make a public statement regarding the racist and sexist comments being directed at her. And it's not acceptable to attack other users just because they disagree with you.


Markle's mega-fans took to the internet in droves to comment on her "humble" and "down to earth" attitude.

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