Daesh Reportedly Plotting to Kill Kate Middleton

© AP Photo / Chris JacksonBritian's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during a visit with Prince William to Evelina London Children's Hospital in London, Tuesday Dec. 11, 2018. Evelina London, which is part of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, is preparing to mark its 150th anniversary in 2019. (Chris Jackson/Pool via AP)
Britian's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during a visit with Prince William to Evelina London Children's Hospital in London, Tuesday Dec. 11, 2018. Evelina London, which is part of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, is preparing to mark its 150th anniversary in 2019. (Chris Jackson/Pool via AP) - Sputnik International
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The Duchess of Cambridge has repeatedly been spotted in supermarkets and grocery stores, with the most recent images showing her doing some last minute Christmas shopping at a cut-price outlet.

Daesh* sympathisers have threatened to kill Kate Middleton by poisoning the food she usually buys at the supermarket, the Daily Mail reported.

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The alleged threats against the Duchess of Cambridge have been sent on messaging app Telegram, with extremists also sharing her shopping locations, as well as Kate’s photos. In one picture, Prince William’s wife is shown with a red X on a shopping trolley, with the caption: “We know what she eats – poison it!”

The Duchess has on multiple occasions been spotted grocery shopping:

Additional threats have reportedly been made against her son, Prince George – which is not the first time that has happened. Similar calls were made by Husnain Rashid, who used a Telegram chat to incite supporters to target Prince George.

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‘Even The Royal Family Will Not Be Left Alone:' Daesh Targets Prince George
Rashid is now serving a 25-year prison sentence for urging fellow extremists to attack the five-year-old heir to the throne at his school in South West London. The court heard that he had posted a photo of the school superimposed with silhouettes of two jihadists, having pinned the address of the school, and wrote: “Even the royal family will not be left alone. School starts early”.

The 32-year-old also suggested injecting cyanide into fruit and vegetables at grocery stores, as well as poisoning ice-cream in supermarkets.

He initially denied all the charges against him, but eight days after the beginning of the trial, Rashid changed his plea on four of the seven accounts: on three accounts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts and one count of encouraging terrorism.

*Daesh, also known as ISIS/IS/Islamic State/ISIL, is a terrorist group outlawed in Russia and many other countries.

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