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Prince Harry's subtle hints reveal the royal racist's identity

Meghan Duchess of Sussex said the royal wedding was 'a spectacle for the world' Meghan Duchess of Sussex said the royal wedding was 'a spectacle for the world' Credit Ben Stansall PA
Conrad Doyle | 10 March, 2021, 03:43

On Good Morning Britain the next day, Morgan made several angry comments about the couple and Markle in particular, and said he did not believe her, saying "I don't believe a word she says".

He said he would do an article, wait 30 days for a response and then do another, and claimed he had not been contacted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex since the time of their wedding in May 2018.

"And I understand that you've got a personal relationship with Meghan Markle, or had one, and she cut you off". Nearly a day after the interview, additional clips from Meghan and Oprah's chat were aired by on CBS This Morning.

High-profile broadcaster Piers Morgan has quit his United Kingdom breakfast TV show as the fallout continues over the Harry and Meghan interview.

Piers Morgan is a particularly outspoken critic of Harry and Meghan's.

As per reports, Thomas denied colluding with the paps and reportedly lied to Meghan and Harry on call.

Morgan returned to the studio to continue the discussion about racism with Beresford, Reid and Dr Hilary Jones.

Hours after the Oprah interview went to air in the US, Morgan said on Monday's show: "Who did you go to?" Meghan spoke of feeling suicidal while Harry said his father, Prince Charles, had let him down. Meghan said she got to the stage where she "just didn't want to be alive anymore".

At the end of the segment Morgan made a joke about healing family rifts in relation to himself and Beresford.

"The age of deference, already under strain, will vanish with her passing", Kavanagh wrote, questioning whether the royal family would survive beyond the popular queen.

Amid the Sussexes' interview with Oprah, Morgan has ranted and raved about Meghan non-stop.

Morgan's criticism of Meghan had become more vociferous in the wake of the interview.

Macfarlane called Sunday's broadcast "a bad night" for the Royal Family and expected it to "push the needle on public opinion" about the monarchy, generally.

Morgan continued to criticize Markle in a Fox News interview on Monday, saying she and Prince Harry were playing victims.

A statement from ITV said: "Following discussions with ITV, Piers Morgan has decided now is the time to leave Good Morning Britain".

"I understand that you don't like Meghan Markle".

"Has she said anything about you after she cut you off?" New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her nation was unlikely to stop having the queen as head of state soon.

Asked about allegations of racism (that a member of the royal family had asked the couple about the skin tone of their son before his birth) she said: "I think it's probably true because of her colour".

Morgan lept into a tirade following Beresford's remarks. "See you later", Morgan can be heard and seen on video storming away from the set.

But while conservatives have had some truly awful takes in the last 24 hours, none have been worse than those from giant piss-baby Piers Morgan, who absolutely flooded Twitter with horrific takes. I'm sorry, but Piers spouts off on a regular basis and we all have to sit there and listen.

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