The model girlfriend of a United Kingdom Independent Party leader was suspended from the political party after she reportedly made "racist" remarks about Meghan Markle, saying the duchess-to-be has a "tiny brain" and will "taint" the Royal family with "her seed".
In messages to a friend, Miss Marney describes Meghan as "a scrubber" and a 'gender equality t***' who is a 'dumb little commoner... obsessed with race'.
Marney has apologised for her words and claimed they had been taken out of context.
Party chairman Paul Oakden said he chose to suspend Ms Marney's party membership immediately after he was made aware of the messages.
Many social media users also took a dim view of Marney's comments, some describing them as a UKIP's "suicide note" or jokingly calling the lady a "special agent" who deliberately dealt a blow to the party.
Henry, 54, began seeing the young party member after leaving his wife Tatiana, with whom he shares two children.
She said the American actress and human rights campaigner's marriage to the Prince would pave the way for "a Muslim PM and a black king".
Bolston's private life noneless became the subject of an internal party investigation, with a meeting of UKIP's national executive committee planned for next Thursday to discuss fallout from the relationship, as British newspaper The Times reported. Bolton declined to comment to the BBC.
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After the person she was texting called her a racist, Marney responded, "lol so what".
There have been calls for the UKIP leader Henry Bolton to resign. Just means I don't want their cultures invading mine'.
She added: "The opinions I expressed were deliberately exaggerated in order to make a point and have, to an extent, been taken out of context".
UKIP MEP Bill Etheridge said: "We are seeing UKIP resources used to defend Henry's private life".
The relationship between Marney and Bolton made headlines in the United Kingdom earlier this month, after the UKIP leader confirmed he split from his Russian wife and was now involved with a "young lady who happens also to be a member of UKIP", denying he had a "clandestine affair", as the BBC reported.
Former UKIP leadership candidate Ben Walker told Sky News: "I think the problem with all these messages that have been sent out is that they have been indirectly defended by him".
Mr Bolton, 54, whose relationship with Ms Marney is under investigation by the party, said on Sunday that she had been suspended "immediately upon us receiving this information".
Since the abhorrent nature of the texts were revealed, Marney has been suspended from UKIP.
'I have disappointed them all and let myself down.