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This Morning's royal expert Camilla Tominey has opened up about the vile death threats she has received both on her own life and that of her family.
Camilla posted one of the graphic messages she has received on her social media accounts as she demanded it stops now.
The mum-of-three claims the death threat came from a fan of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
She had attracted criticism after speaking out against Harry, who she has branded "insensitive" and "self-pitying" and claimed he is "out for vengeance" against the Royal Family.
She was also responsible for the story that claimed Meghan made Kate Middleton cry in a row, which Meghan said in her Oprah Winfrey interview was actually the other way around, with Kate making her cry.
The horrifying message from an anonymous user read: "Hate your three kids. They should not be breathing. They must die!
Camilla Tominey often appears on This Morning as their royal expert
"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."
It chillingly concluded: "We don't lie, we act. We love to [knife emojis] you will be a pleasure to kill."
Camilla wrote alongside the message: "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”.
Camilla has been an outspoken critic of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
"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."
She later added: "Thanks @Twitter for taking action against the #onlinehate I have received today, banning those issuing death threats from this platform.
"We must call this out for what it is, tweeps. I will continue to report without fear or favour. Thanks for all the supportive messages x".