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23 February 2018, 02:55 | Ivan Casey
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The letter arrived shortly before another package containing white powder arrived at the Palace of Westminster.
Police are investigating a suspicious package which was addressed Meghan Markle and her fiancé Prince Harry at Kensington Palace.
A LETTER containing white powder that was addressed to Meghan Markle and PrinceHarry at Kensington Palace also had a racist message attached to it.
He said Prince Harry was "worried about Ms Markle's safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her". The letter prompted an evacuation of some parts of the building, though later tests showed that the powder it contained was harmless.
Standard security measures meant that the letter never reached the couple, but they have been informed of the incident.
Counter-terrorism officers are also treating a letter which accompanied the package as a racist hate crime, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement. A spokeswoman for the prince, Queen Elizabeth's grandson, said they had no comment on the reports.
Police would not say who the envelope was addressed to but said tests showed the substance to be non-suspicious.
Anthrax can be weaponised in powder form and is potentially deadly. They added than an an allegation of malicious communications is being investigated.
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