Meghan Markle howls are my babies safe as she breaks down over death threats

A devastated Meghan Markle was seen in floods of tears after horrid death threats left her howling: "Are my babies safe?" in the fifth episode of her explosive documentary with Prince Harry.

The Duchess of Sussex revealed that her security team exposed grim threats to her life made on Twitter that left the former Suits actress worried for her and her children's safety.

One chilling message posted online read: "Megan just needs to die, someone needs to kill her. Maybe it should be me."

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Meghan explained her intense fear after seeing the message, saying: "I’m a mum. It’s my real life you know. And that’s the piece where you see it and you go, you’re making people want to kill me.

“Are we safe? Are the doors locked? Is security on? Are my babies safe?"

The Duke of Sussex can be seen comforting his wife as tears roll down her cheeks whilst she recalls the traumatic saga.

Throughout the six-part Netflix series, the Duchess of Sussex hasn't been afraid to roll out explosive royal revelations on top members of The Firm including King Charles, William, Prince of Wales and Buckingham Palace insiders.

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One remarkable moment saw her label the Royal Family as a "fish swimming perfectly, on the right current" before she joined as a "foreign organism".

She said that her arrival led to the "entire thing" going "um, what is that, what is it doing here, it doesn't look like us, it doesn't move like us, we don't like it, get it off of us".

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The royal bombshell, dropped by Meghan within the first two minutes of the fourth episode, hinted at the shocking revelations that followed in the coming scenes.

Throughout the series, Prince Harry also claimed his wife had been so popular that the institution felt "threatened" and claimed his dad King Charles leaked stories to the press about him.

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