MEGHAN and Harry phoned a fan connected to a Twitter account that posted vile abuse about Kate, Wills and the Royal Family to thank her for “enthusiastic support”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex told the woman that they were “so moved and so happy” after she helped raise around £45,000 for charities they support.
But we can reveal the fundraiser — named as Dani Trin — also uses a Twitter account which has previously posted a string of vile tweets branding the Duchess of Cambridge a “b***h” and a “Karen” and her husband Prince William an “a**hole”.
Trin says she was not responsible for the offensive posts.
Only days before Harry, 35, and Meghan, 39, made their gushing phone call, the Henryscousin account also used by Trin accused the Royal Family of being “nasty, pedophilic, racist”.
Other posts over the past year made sick jokes about Kate being an “anorexic wrinkly hoe”, a “corner plant” and repeatedly called her “Karen”.
The account — part of the pro-Harry and Meghan online fanbase dubbed the #SussexSquad — also spoke of an “ugly horse face b***h” who was said to be “just bitter she still lives in a dead woman’s shadow”.
The revelations come just days after Prince Harry warned that social media was stoking a “crisis of hate” and called for online communities to be “defined by compassion”.
Earlier this week, writing an opinion piece in US business magazine Fast Company, the Duke of Sussex appealed for companies to pull advertising from some online sites.
He said: “Social media is dividing us. Together, we can redesign it.
“Companies like yours have the chance to reconsider your role in funding and supporting online platforms that have contributed to, stoked, and created the conditions for a crisis of hate, a crisis of health, and a crisis of truth.”
He called for online communities to be “defined more by compassion than hate, by truth instead of misinformation, by equity and inclusiveness instead of fearmongering, by free, rather than weaponised, speech”.
There is no suggestion the duke and duchess had any knowledge of or condoned the offensive messages.
Online support from #SussexSquad Twitter accounts were hailed in the recently published unofficial biography Finding Freedom, which quoted Harry telling a friend: “To see that support and positivity means a lot.”
But archived pages reveal the Henryscousin account — which was deactivated on August 6 — was a cesspit of abuse against the Royal Family.
On September 14 last year, someone on the account posted: “The Queen wishes she could’ve raised her children half as good as Doria raised hers. Anyway . . .”
That was followed up with: “Also, #AbolishTheMonarchy b***h.”
On December 16, a message was posted under a video of “Kate shaking off William’s hand on her shoulder”, which read: “I really do believe he’s an a**hole.”
A tweet during the Megxit talks on January 20 — which did not make clear who it was referring to — reads: “That ugly horse face b***h is just bitter she still lives in a dead woman’s shadow.”
Nine days later, another tweet stated: “Meghan’s pit stop in the Royal Family is all these inbred hoes are gonna be talking about for the next 20 years.
“ShE StOLe OuR PrIncE!” She did, bitch! She f***ing did!”
Other tweets from someone named Just Harry include, “You never even hear Kate. She barely knows how to form a sentence” and “The way that Harry and Meghan aren’t part of that s**t, messy, toxic institution anymore is most pleasing to me”.
Trin, from Lisbon, Portugal, used the same Henryscousin troll account on June 11 to boast of her personal call from the Sussexes.
It came days after a Zoom meeting with royal staff thanking the #SussexSquad group for raising charity cash to mark baby Archie’s first birthday.
A delighted Trin told her fellow supporters: “This was a short call with the sole purpose to thank us all for our efforts in putting such an amazing effort in and also for our enthusiastic support in the past two years.
“They both sounded so thankful, so moved and so happy for having our support.
“Meghan did tell me to, ‘Pass on the message’.
“I’m humbled to have been used as a messenger to pass on their words of gratitude to you all. Calling me was like calling all of us.
“Acknowledging me personally and so directly was like doing the same to all of us.”
Trin said she was one of eight #SussexSquad members who had a password to the Henryscousin account but denied personally writing abusive messages.
She told The Sun: “I feel like it’s not my place to condemn or approve another person’s tweets.
“It’s their opinion. Henryscousin was like a forum and I had no control what other people posted.
“The group disbanded and the account was deactivated due to irreconcilable differences.”
Buckingham Palace and The Sussexes all declined to comment last night.
But royal expert Tom Quinn, the author of Kensington Palace: An intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle said the Sussexes had been “naive”.
He added: “The fact that Meghan and Harry have thanked a Twitter user that is also connected to nasty, vicious remarks about the Royal Family and others shows once again just how naive they are.