The Royal family has more stalkers than ever before – with a 25 per cent rise in obsessed individuals since the marriage of Harry and Meghan.
The amount of suspected stalkers since the royal nuptials in May last year has increased from 130 to 160.
And five of the stalkers are of ‘high concern’, as reported by The Sun.
Dai Davies, the former Royal Protection Command chief at Met Police, said: ‘The royals attract people who are fixated — from terrorists to people on the far right.
‘The fact that Harry married a woman of black origin could, in some maniac eyes, give rise to further concern.’
Mr Davies added the couple’s imminent move to their new abode in rural Berkshire could be an issue.
The 160 referrals were made to the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) last year, which is a unit dedicated to identifying threats to the royal family.
More than half were of moderate or high concern, Freedom of Information (FOI) data showed.