Piers Morgan Torches Meghan Markle And Prince Harry As They Arrive At Queen’s Funeral
Piers Morgan pulled no punches speaking out against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, as the couple arrived at the Queen's funeral on Monday.
British television personality Piers Morgan was quick to slam Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as they arrived for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth on Monday.
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Morgan Sounds Off
The Mirror reported that Morgan said that while he hopes Harry “wakes up” someday, he feels that Meghan is a “lost cause.”
“We’ve all been following this soap opera drama… the bottom line is that it’s hard to ignore them when you have this renegade royal family […] trying to have their royal cake and eat it,” Morgan said as he covered the Queen’s funeral on Fox News.
He continued, “But there have been some moments this week where you could have some sympathy with Prince Harry over his treatment opposed to his disgraced uncle Prince Andrew,” proceeding to reference Harry’s upcoming memoir, saying, “I hope something wakes up inside of him… I hope he pops the book.”
As for Meghan, the outspoken presenter asserted, “She’s probably a lost cause in this because she just wants to be rich and famous.”
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When one of his co-hosts jokingly suggested Meghan and Harry pushed back the release of the memoir so that they could put more chapters in, Morgan replied, “That’s the worry.”
Watch Morgan talk more about the Queen’s funeral in the video below.
The Queen died on September 8 at the age of 96. Meghan and Harry attended her funeral on Monday at Westminster Abbey with the rest of the royal family. Daily Mail reported that Meghan could be seen crying at the funeral as she stood beside Camilla, the Queen Consort, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
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Over 2,000 VIPs attended the Queen’s funeral was, including members of the royal family as well as prime ministers, presidents, and other world leaders. Her Majesty’s crown, orb, and scepter could be seen on top of her coffin, which was placed close to the altar, as well as a selection of flowers from her favorite gardens picked by her son King Charles. On top of the flowers, there was a simple note that read, “In loving and devoted memory. Charles R.”
The Archbishop of Canterbury praised the Queen for her “abundant life and loving service” during his sermon at the state funeral.
“‘She was joyful, present to so many, touching a multitude of lives,” he added.
The King became visibly emotional at times, as did his younger brother Prince Andrew, who has fallen into disgrace because of his ties to the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Their sister Princess Anne looked concerned at times, but she managed to keep her composure as she stared at her mother’s coffin.
Princess Anne wore a military uniform, but Prince Harry and Prince Andrew didn't, at the Queen's funeral pic.twitter.com/qvOqo1l7Mt
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Meghan And Harry’s History
Harry wore civilian clothing rather than a military uniform because he is no longer a senior royal. This comes after he and Meghan stepped down as senior royals in 2020 and moved across the world to California, where they quickly signed lucrative entertainment deals with Netflix and Spotify.
Since then, Meghan and Harry have bashed the royal family seemingly every chance they got, making them very unpopular in the eyes of many, including Morgan.
Meghan and Harry made the Queen’s final years very difficult with all of their attacks on the royal family, and it will be difficult to ever forgive them for that. We applaud Morgan for having the courage to call them out.