Kensington Palace reportedly battling dozens of bullying cases against Duchesses Kate and Meghan

Pedro Marrero
Jan 29, 2019
04:30 A.M.

Internet harassment of users to the duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge, women of Prince William and Harry of England, has reached such a point that from the Kensington Palace they have asked for help from the big social media companies to be able to solve the problem.


Neither of the two duchesses has personal accounts on social networks, so the accounts of Instagram and Twitter Kensington Palace the main platforms where these unpleasant events have happened.

In fact, the problem has become such a serious issue that those in charge of media at the Royal Palace have had to contact Instagram so that the platform supports them with a tool that avoids abusive comments.


For a long time, the company has maintained a team of workers that focuses mainly on the regulation of mentions and messages to VIPs in their snapshots, so that both Instagram and Kensington work hard so that the online harassment and demolition ends as soon as possible.

According to the royal source, the main problems take place when fans confront topics such as which of the two is better dressed to an event or which of the two deserves more to be among the Windsor family.


The hostile comments reached its climax in two situations: when Markle appeared at the British Fashion Awards with the famous black nails and at the time that the examination received the four patronages donated by Queen Elizabeth II.

It seems that, after all, the Markle phenomenon has ended up creating a rebound effect against both duchesses that nobody expected.


The attacks are mainly racist comments and sexist insults that have even become a pair of threats. "The palace workers have always followed the comments closely, but lately the control of these is taking too long.

The institution can block certain words, but some of these words are quite serious. The well-known heart magazine "Hello!" has supported this cause with a campaign to promote kindness and education in social media.


Under the hashtag #HelloToKindness, the publication aims to calm the waters between the two duchesses: "For us it is not acceptable to face two women or publish abusive, threatening, racist or sexist comments", besides that "it is not acceptable to attack other users just because they don’t agree with you ».

In another story, we do not know if these were the exact words that Prince Charles told his daughters-in-law, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, about their bad relationship, but according to the press, he asked everyone a little of composure in the Christmas public events and all obeyed.


Thanks to this, the fans were able to see Princes William and Harry, their wives and the future king of England in perfect harmony after going, all together, to the Christmas Mass even though the relationship between them would not be going through their best moment.

While addressing the report of the much-talked-about rift between the Duchess of Sussex and Kate Middleton, 74-year-old Thomas Markle offered his daughter advice to “put the differences aside.”

However, regarding other criticism against his daughter, Thomas stated that he found them upsetting. He further stressed that he did not think even “one-third” of all the controversies are true.

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