Photographers targeting Meghan and Harry attacked by ‘vigilante’ locals in ...

The Duke and Duchess are currently staying at a $10million (£7.8million) property on an island in British Columbia. According to the Mail on Sunday there have been a number of altercations between photographers targeting the couple and angry locals.

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Speaking to the paper a source said photographers had been “physically threatened” during confrontations.

They commented: “The locals are very protective of Meghan and harry.

“It’s got to the point where things are becoming violent.

“There is a Facebook site which only local people have access to and they are taking pictures of photographers and their licence plates.

Meghan MarkleThe locals are very protective of Meghan and harry" (Image: GETTY)

Meghan MarkleMeghan and Harry in the Canadian High Commission in London (Image: GETTY )

“There have been at least two cases of physical violence.

“Men in black pick-up trucks have approached photographers and threatened violence.

“One photographer sat inside his car as it was rocked from side to side by local men shouting they should leave.

“It’s all turned very sinister and nasty.”

READ MORE: Queen scolds Harry and Meghan in stunning private clash

Meghan MarkleThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Image: GETTY)

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