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Kate Middleton's alleged supporter attacks Meghan Markle's new website

Meghan Markle's new website displays good wishes for Kate Middleton

By Web Desk
April 18, 2024
Meghan Markles new website displays good wishes for Kate Middleton
Meghan Markle's new website displays good wishes for Kate Middleton

Meghan Markle's new lifestyle website has reportedly been hijacked by an anonymous user who appears to be a cancer-stricken Kate Middleton's die-hard fan.

The royal family's supporter, whose thoughts are said to be with Kate, has used The Duchess of Sussex's new lifestyle website name American Riviera Orchard with a UK website domain to divert users to a foodbank charity, according to reports.

The user also left a message of best wishes for Catherine, the Princess of Wales with the confirmation that page is not affiliated with former Suits star Meghan.

The anonymous person, giving an impression to be a royal enthusiast, said: "Not Meghan. Hope Meghan wouldn’t mind. Thoughts with Catherine x," according to GB News.

The UK version of the website's domain transfers users to a Trussell Trust landing page which leads to a Just Giving fundraiser with a private message.

Prince Harry's wife Meghan announced her new lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard, on social media in March. The first of these products - jars of jam - were made public after Markle gifted 50 limited edition samples to influencers to promote the brand ahead of its official launch this week.

It is understood that the anonymous user is not directly affiliated with the charity, however, they are trying to raise funds for The Trussell Trust’s cause.

The Duchess of Sussex’s website is under the US domain americanriviera.com while the user in the UK used the British domain americanrivieraorchard.uk.