Meghan Markle is reportedly being exploited and fitted into a negative narrative with all of the racist and sexist attacks being thrown at her.

Max Foster, a royal correspondent, and anchor at CNN, told NPR that online trolls have been promoting negative stories about the Duchess of Sussex and have also been putting her into a narrative.

“What the trolls are doing is they’re exploiting these types of negative stories and fitting Meghan into a narrative, which is that she’s corrupting this institution. We don’t know how many people were behind these accounts, we don’t think they are bots because they all seem quite tailored, but they’re causing a lot of damage,” he said.

According to Foster, the palace and various tech companies are already working together to help put an end to the negative comments and stories being directed at the “Suits” alum.

In the beginning, the palace didn’t want to intervene because they didn’t want to get involved in moderating the posts on their various social media channels. However, the palace reached a point where they’ve already had enough.

Last week, the palace made an announcement regarding their new rules and regulations about posting comments on their accounts.

“We ask that anyone engaging with our social media channels show courtesy, kindness, and respect for all other members of our social media communities,” the statement from the palace read.

In related news, Markle also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she might have sent out a secret message during her first official royal sighting. Express quizzed stylist Melita Latham on whether Markle’s choice of the designer could have been linked to her former sorority.

Latham revealed that the bag that Markle used during her recent outing was actually designed by her fellow Kappa Kappa Gamma alumni Kate Spade. The stylist said that the bag served as an alarming contrast to her sober but alluring dress.

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Meghan Markle is being attacked by vicious online trolls. Pictured: Markle attends a panel discussion convened by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day on March 8, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Daniel Leal-Olivas-WPA Pool