Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton targeted by ruthless comments, prompting concern from palace

Britain's Kate Duchess of Cambridge left and Meghan Duchess of Sussex arrive to attend the Christmas day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham in Norfolk England. The British press

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Aides are now spending hours each week combing through accounts on Instagram and Twitter to moderate comments after they discovered hundreds of messages - many of a racist and sexist nature - were being left on their feeds.

According to our sister publication HELLO!, Kensington Palace has removed various comments from their social media pages.

Fans of the royals will likely never know how Kate and Meghan really feel about each other.

While the overwhelming majority of these comments are positive and engaging, buried among them are some that are viewed as being "very aggressive, particularly with each other", said a source.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have been subject to online bullying. "Instagram has been incredibly helpful on this with advice and support".

Palace sources have said that officials asked for help with the most seriously abusive posts, which are taken offline.

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A source told HELLO!, "The Palace has always monitored comments but it's a hugely time consuming thing". Abusive, racist, sexist or violent comments or messages are reported and deleted.

On the day she was announced as patron of four charities and visited one of them, Smart Works, trolls targeted Meghan with a string of criticisms including accusing her of faking her pregnancy to get attention, trying too hard, walking strangely, touching her baby bump too much, and being too slim.

The duchesses do not have their own public social media accounts.

Magazine this week launched a "kindness" campaign urging posters to think twice before posting nasty comments. And had we just gone to London for no reason other than to have a reunion, it would have been an wonderful thing.

HELLO's Head of Digital Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon added to the outlet that "issues of low self esteem are rife among young people these days and we feel, as a responsible publication with high values, we need to lead the way".

Since George was seven months old, they have worked with Spanish nanny Maria Borrallo who works closely with the family, attending family events that require royal schmoozing.

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