Source: Crazy Days and Nights
They can pretend they knew nothing about thanking the troll account slamming the royal family at the time it happened.
They know now though, and the alliterate royal and her ginger pet have stayed silent.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘accidentally sent thanks’ to Royal Family TROLLS
Dani Trin, from Portugal, was reportedly thanked personally by the Sussexes for helping raise thousands for charities associated with the royals. Ms Trin said: “This was a short call with the sole purpose to thank us all for our efforts in putting such an amazing effort in and also for our enthusiastic support in the past two years.”
She added the couple sounded “so moved and thankful” for her support.
However, apparently unbeknownst to Meghan and Harry, the woman was also one of eight people who had access to a Twitter account which targeted the institution of the Royal Family and members within it, according to The Sun.
The Twitter account was called @Henryscousin – though it appears to have now been deleted.
One tweet sent by the account read: “The way that Harry and Meghan aren’t part of that s***, messy, toxic institution anymore is most pleasing to me.”
Others branded the Duchess of Cambridge “bitter” and a “b****”, while Prince William was referred to as an “a**hole”.
Ms Trin told the paper she was one of the group who had access to the account – though she denied personally writing any of the abusive tweets.
She added: “Henryscousin was like a forum and I had no control what other people posted.”
There is no suggestion the Duke and Duchess had any knowledge of or condoned the offensive messages. – Source
There is no suggestion the Duke and Duchess had any knowledge of or condoned the offensive messages. Harry and Meghan fundraiser connected to Twitter troll account ripping royal family
Oh, the irony.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently phoned a fan to thank her for raising $60,000 for charities they support — later to find that same fan is linked to a Twitter troll account that posts hateful and vile attacks on Prince William, his wife Kate and the Queen.
The couple told the fundraiser, Dani Trin, they were “so moved and so happy” by her efforts, but, according to The Sun, Trin is part of an eight-person coterie who ran @HenrysCousin, a Twitter account which has previously posted a string of vile tweets branding the Duchess of Cambridge a “b—h” and a “Karen,” her husband Prince William an “a—–e” and called the Monarchy a “s–t, messy, toxic institution.”
Trin acknowledged she had a log in to the @henryscousin account — which has since been deleted — but denied posting those particular tweets.
Harry and Meghan are particularly red-faced as they have made it their mission to create a safer, better social media environment.
Earlier this month, Prince Harry wrote an article for Fast Company in which he said “my wife and I (have been) calling business leaders, heads of major corporations, and chief marketing officers at brands and organizations” to tell them that “the digital landscape is unwell and companies like yours have the chance to reconsider your role in funding and supporting online platforms that have contributed to, stoked, and created the conditions for a crisis of hate, a crisis of health, and a crisis of truth.”
According to the Sun, which took screen grabs of all the noxious tweets sent by @HenrysCousin, just days before Harry, 35, and Meghan, 39, made their gushing phone call to Trin, it accused the Royal Family of being “nasty, pedophilic, racist.”
Other posts from @HenrysCousin — part of the #SussexSquad hashtag on Twitter — include “sick jokes” about Kate being an “anorexic wrinkly hoe,” a “corner plant” and repeatedly called her “Karen”; it referred to Kate as an “ugly horse face b—h” who was said to be “just bitter she still lives in a dead woman’s shadow”; #AbolishTheMonarchy b—h”; and on Dec. 16, a message was posted under a video of “Kate shaking off William’s hand on her shoulder,” which read: “I really do believe he’s an a—–e.”
During Megxit, another screengrab from the Sun shows a tweet from @HenrysCousin noting: “Meghan’s pit stop in the Royal Family is all these inbred hoes are gonna be talking about for the next 20 years.”
The Sun added, “There is no suggestion the duke and duchess had any knowledge of or condoned the offensive messages” but that in the sycophantic tome “Finding Freedom,” Harry, referring to #SussexSquad, told a friend: “To see that support and positivity means a lot.” – Source