THIS Morning Royal expert Camilla Tominey has been left horrified after getting DEATH threats from Meghan Markle fans.
The Telegraph's Associate Editor often joins Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to discuss the latest royal news.
But she's been forced to endure sickening messages from trolls about her appearance on the show this week that went viral after she spoke about Meghan Markle's new children's book.
Sharing a screenshot of an email sent to her from the email adress f***[email protected], it read: "Hate your three kids. They should not be breathing. They must die!
"We are watching you and yours. That nasty husband of yours cannot watch them all the time you know.
"We know where to get you all.
"We don't lie, we act. We love to [knife emojis] you will be a pleasure to kill."
Camilla said: "We must call out online hate when we see it, which is why I am posting this death threat, sent to my website this morning in the name of #HarryandMeghan “fandom”.
"Never be cowed by these abject hypocrites. Fight for the right to disagree agreeably #stoponlinehate.
"I don’t want your sympathy- I just want your support in saying this is wrong and will not be tolerated. Thank you."
Camilla then replied to a fan showing her love and pointing out the "Markle maniacs have got it in for her".
She added: "F*cks given = zero. Job to do and all that. Thanks all. C x."
The fury was first sparked when Camilla paraphrased something Meghan said on her latest podcast interview about her children's book.
Fans of the Suits star have furiously lashed out – and the royal correspondent has been attacked on Twitter.
On This Morning this week, Camilla said: "Meghan said Archie is a veracious reader, which is an interesting claim considering he is two years old."
Meghan's direct quote was: "He has a veracious appetite for books."
Meghan released The Bench this year, with pictures including nods to her own family including a red headed soldier and woman gardening with a baby strapped to her chest.
It is the first time the 39-year-old mother of two has spoken since her dramatic interview with Oprah Winfrey that saw her accuse the Royals of racism.
The duchess' comments come after the couple have faced a busy few years which saw them dramatically quit the Royal Family, welcome two children and settle in the US amid reports of a rift with the Firm.
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