Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Accidentally Thanked Twitter Troll That Slammed William and Kate

The royal family members meet thousands of people each month. There is so much going on that there are certain small details that may slip through the cracks at times, and although the royals more than likely don’t want this to happen, the fact is that they are only human just like the rest of us.

As one of the most famous families in the entire world, it is only natural that they are getting attention from just about everyone. Whether this attention is positive or not as flattering as they would hope, we can only guess that there are some things that royals would like to remember, and others, not so much.

With social media being used by millions of people nowadays, it is just about the biggest forum in which people can post things about the royals, such as Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and even the queen. Chances are, that they would like to be able to read each and every comment, but realistically, that is not possible. Let’s discuss how Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry accidentally thanked the twitter troll that slammed William and Kate.   

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Even before Meghan met Prince Harry, she was an advocate for women’s rights and was very active in charity work. As part of his royal duties, giving back to those in need has always been a cause that is close to Prince Harry’s heart, and that hasn’t changed now that he and Meghan have resigned from royal duties.

According to Daily Mail, the couple is even planning to do some upcoming charity work in England, making it clear that it is something that they love to do and don’t plan on giving up anytime soon. They are even making plans to launch their own charitable foundation, called Archewell, sometime in the upcoming months.

From all the work that they do, it is evident that the Sussexes haven’t lost their desire to work with the people who depend upon them the most, something that fans have always admired.

There is an account that has been posting mean comments about the royals

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Even though reaching out to people around the world is something that the royals do on a regular basis, there are still people who don’t exactly have the nicest things to say. According to Page Six, there is a Twitter account dedicated to saying some nasty things about the royal family members, especially Prince William, Kate, and even Queen Elizabeth.

The things that are posted on the account are nothing short of jaw-dropping, especially for royal fans who stand by everything that the family does. It is actually pretty insulting to see and is said to include “sick jokes,” mean statements, name-calling, and more.

Meghan and Prince Harry accidentally thanked the twitter troll that slammed William and Kate

In a world where people’s lives practically revolve around social media, why would the royals even give this a second thought? Well, it turns out that Meghan and Prince Harry accidentally thanked the very Twitter troll that slammed the Cambridges and the queen. Apparently, Meghan and Prince Harry have been calling various businesses to express gratitude, and they reached out to Dani Trin to personally thank her for raising $60,000 for charities that they are in support of.

It turns out that she is linked to the account that has been posting mean things about the royals. At the time of the phone call, Prince Harry and Meghan had no idea about this.

To make matters worse, the account posted nasty comments even after Prince Harry and Meghan reached out, and although Trin confirmed that she did have access to the Twitter account, she said that other people did as well, and the tweets weren’t made by her. As of now, the account, which was called @HenrysCousin, has been deleted.