Online trolls peddle rumors Markle worked as a high-end escort.
Meghan Markle’s Cinderella fairy tale has been gonged by the stroke of midnight — and a trio of misfortunes proving bad news comes in threes, even if you’re royalty!
No sooner had the newly crowned Duchess of Sussex jetted off for a honeymoon with her real-life Prince Charming when hard luck struck.
And now, the British royal family is preparing a legal assault against the Internet creeps behind them.
“Meghan’s world seems to be collapsing around her — and on her honeymoon, no less!” said a palace insider.
In addition, the unfounded reports pushed by online trolls also suggested Markle, 36, bedded at least two powerful film producers.
“Prince Harry has been fiercely protective of Meghan and wants to take legal action to get these accusations off the web,” said a royal insider.
The false reports allege the former Suits star trawled for clients at the members-only club Soho House, and landed her TV roles by having sex with showbiz bosses.
Radar has also learned the palace is targeting a website that also leaked X-rated photos of Miley Cyrus and British reality TV star Danielle Lloyd last August.
That same site is now hosting doctored photos of Markle’s head pasted on the body of naked porn stars.
A faked porno called Meghan Markle Full Sex Tape has already been erased from the site.
Prince Harry, 33, is waiting until after the honeymoon to sue to avoid having his wife “stressed by having to look over legal letters,” sources said.
Before marrying Harry on May 19, Markle spent years trying to break into the big time.
During 2006 and 2007, she appeared on Deal or No Dealas a briefcase model, posing in a skimpy red dress.
After playing bit parts in several series and TV movies, she landed her breakout Suits role in 2011.
In February, she was revealed as the author of a racy secret diary that detailed the struggles of a Tinseltown wannabe.
Markle called herself “The Working Actress” and used a silhouette of a director’s chair as the logo for her anonymous blog, which she started in 2010.
It was packed with naughty language and saucy confessions, including Markle dishing about her “magical boobs” and “lots of sex!”
The blog, which was deleted in 2012, also described how Markle was “hustling” for stardom.