THE Duchess of Sussex faced “disgusting” death threats while a working member of the Firm, a former police chief has said.
Former Met police counter-terrorism chief Neil Basu said he investigated “very credible” threats from far-right extremists against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
His comments, in an interview with Channel 4 News broadcast late Tuesday, appear to reinforce Harry’s claims about Royal security fears.
When asked if there were genuine threats to Meghan’s life when she was officially part of the Royal Family, Mr Basu replied: “Absolutely”, before calling the threats “disgusting and very real”.
“We had teams investigating it. People have been prosecuted for those threats,” the retiring policeman added.
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