Piers has been a strong critic of the Duchess of Sussex for a number of years now, but the pair used to be on good terms. According to Piers, before Meghan met Harry, she messaged him on Twitter to tell him she was a fan and to ask him for a drink. The pair went for a drink in London, but that was the last time they ever met, and Piers later claimed she “ghosted” him.
When Meghan and Harry first got married, Piers was positive about it, branding Meghan a “keeper”, although he did joke that the couple’s romance “destroyed my beautiful friendship” with the Duchess.
However, as time went on he became increasingly disparaging about Meghan on Good Morning Britain, to the point where he said he did not believe “a word she says” after the Sussexes’ interview with Oprah Winfrey.
His comments triggered hundreds of complaints to ITV, including one from Meghan herself, resulting in Piers leaving the show, leaving Susanna Reid to host the show on her own.
Back in 2019, Piers had a falling out with BBC Breakfast star Dan Walker over strident remarks made about Harry and Meghan on Twitter.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Dan Walker and Piers Morgan got into a Twitter spat over Meghan Markle (Image: BBC, ITV and Getty)
Meghan Markle speaking to Tom Bradby on her Africa tour (Image: ITV)
ITV documentary ‘Harry & Meghan: An African Journey’ had just aired, in which Tom Bradby followed the couple on their tour of Africa and, at the end, interviewed them separately about their struggles in the public eye.
Both Meghan and Harry took the opportunity to criticise the media, with Meghan also admitting she was struggling behind closed doors and Harry confirming the rift with his brother William, saying they were “on different paths”.
Piers took to Twitter to lambast the pair for speaking about their own problems after a tour where they saw much poverty and suffering.
He wrote: “Imagine being two staggeringly privileged royal multi-millionaires going to Africa to make a