Call for end to social media abuse of Duchesses Meghan, Kate

Meghan Markle's mum Doria Ragland at her daughter's wedding last year

Dominic Lipinski APMeghan Markle's mum Doria Ragland at her daughter's wedding last year

You can delete and report and block people and the police have options around particular people. "It's something you have to manage because there's no other way to control it", the source said.

Kate Middleton doesn't have any private social media accounts, and Meghan Markle closed her Twitter, Instagram Facebook accounts before she married Prince Harry. The content that has been removed included violent threats towards the two royals, sexist and racist comments.

A source told Hello! magazine: "A lot of hours are being spent reviewing old material and moderating comments under posts".

Kensington Palace is spending hours monitoring negative comments made against Duchess Catherine and Duchess Meghan online.

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While some of the abuse has been directed at the two royals, more of it was arguments between rival fans, particularly on the Kensington Palace Instagram account, which has 7 million followers, with any given post attracting in excess of 1,000 comments.

'It follows a Kate vs Meghan narrative and some of the worst stuff is between Kate fans and Meghan fans, ' the source added. "And it's not acceptable to attack other users just because they disagree with you". "It's creating a supercharged atmosphere".

However, during the royal tour of Australia, she told locals on Sydney's Bondi Beach that she found it "freeing" to be off social media.

The Times newspaper reported in an editorial called "Vile Abuse" that numerous comments made about Meghan and Catherine are "too vicious to publish here and there have even been threats of violence".

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Hello! said that they had deleted hundreds of abusive and threatening comments between users, with one commenter suggesting another should "drink bleach".

The new Duchess Of Sussex, who is American by birth, is allegedly too independent for the palace's comfort.

"We just decided enough is enough".

Hello! landed a major exclusive when royal sources at Kensington Palace spoke to Emily Nash, the magazine's Royal Editor, about the online bullying aimed at the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex, and how it trickles down to affect fans of each woman. "It's when the abuse crosses a line and becomes racist or sexist, or threatens violence, that we take action".

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He said: "Some of this has been very public - the smear on the front page of a national newspaper; the racial undertones of comments pieces; and the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls and web article comments".

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