Prince Harry and Meghan Markle targeted in anthrax scare

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A package containing a suspicious substance thought to be addressed to Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle has been intercepted by police. Counter-terrorism officers are investigating, according to United Kingdom media, which says the package was intercepted before reaching the couple and its contents found to be harmless. Other UK media reports said the package also contained a racist letter.

A letter sent to St James's Palace containing a substance is being investigated by police.

Detectives are investigation "an offense of malicious communication" related to the package.

Security will be tight, especially since the happy couple will take to the streets following their nuptials - taking a carriage ride around Windsor, following the ceremony in St George's Chapel at Windsor castle.

The incident has raised concerns about security at Harry and Meghan's Royal wedding in May.

Tests revealed the powder was harmless but Scotland Yard is now said to be on high alert ahead of the royal wedding in May.

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According to the Evening Standard, the letter claimed the substance was anthrax.

That powder was also found to be non-toxic. Markle is from a mixed-race background.

The following day, another letter was sent to the Palace of Westminster for Home Secretary Amber Rudd. "No arrests; inquiries continue", it added.

"They hope this short journey [from Wembley to Windsor] will provide an opportunity for more people to come together around Windsor and to enjoy the atmosphere of this special day", Kensington Palace has said.

"His girlfriend, Meghan Markle, has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment".



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