Kate Middleton 'concerned' for Prince William after he receives death threats
The South American country believes Britain are acting 'aggressively and provocatively' by sending Wills to the islands because of the large numbers of Argentiniains who were killed during the Falklands conflict in the 1980s.
'I hope your helicopter crashes and you die frozen in the sea like our heroes from the cruiser General Belgrano,' reads a website post in reference to an Argentine ship that sunk and killed 323 people during the war.
William, 29, will fly to the South Atlantic for six weeks in February to join a Search and Rescue Squadron at RAF Mount Pleasant.
Though Kate has admitted she worries about Wills when he's flying helicopters, she stands by his commitment to the job.
'My job is to support my husband,' Kate, 29, said earlier this year.
'You should always support your husband.'