Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s critic received online hate from Sussex fandom

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's critic received online hate from Sussex fandom

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s critic, royal correspondent Camilla Tominey, has received online hate from their supporters.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have solid supporters who are always ready to stand up for them. Camilla Tominey recently made an interview about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their fans didn’t like her statements.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry critic received death threats

Camilla Tominey recently took to Twitter and shared a screenshot of a death threat she allegedly received from one of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s fans. In her tweet, the royal correspondent stressed the need to call out online hate whenever they see it that was why she decided to share it with the public.

“Never be cowed by these abject hypocrites. Fight for the right to disagree agreeably #stoponlinehate,” she added.

Tominey received the threat on her website. The title read, “Monster.” In the message that was supposed to be a question, the troll said they hate her three kids and added that they should not be breathing.

“They must die!” the troll added.

The troll added that her husband could not watch their kids all the time and that they knew how to get them.

“we don’t lie we act. We love to [sword and knife emoji] you will be pleasure to kill,” the message concluded.

Camilla’s interview revisited

Camilla Tominey received hate from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s fans due to her statements when asked about the couple. Tominey appeared on This Morning where she discussed the ongoing debate whether Prince Harry and Markle should retain their titles or not.

During the segment, Tominey argued that it was correct that the royal couple’s children, specifically their eldest, Archie, not to receive an HRH title. She also added that it was not right for Prince Harry and Markle to pick and choose which royal benefits they wanted after they left the U.K. She stressed that the Sussexes could not be “half in and half out.”

When asked about Prince Harry’s military titles that were stripped by the Queen, she got candid saying, “I think it’s difficult to have a salami slice approach to it.” The Telegraph royal correspondent likened it to her going freelance but still wanting to use her association with The Telegraph overseas.

Tominey went on and said that using their royal titles  as leverage for their fans in the U.S. is “problematic.”

Meanwhile, Kehinde Andrews, a professor of Black studies at Birmingham City University in England, believed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will always represent the monarchy whether they like it or not. Andrews added that they will be consumed as part of the royals because Prince Harry remains the grandson of the Queen even after Megxit.

Image used courtesy of Entertainment Tonight/YouTube Screenshot

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