Piers Morgan urges royals to keep silent over Harry and Meghan doc
Piers Morgan says Meghan and Harry are 'obnoxious'
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Piers Morgan, 57, has advised the royals to keep quiet about Prince Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan Markle, 41, whom he described as “California mud-slingers” in his latest tweet. The TalkTV host is an outspoken critic of the couple, and has been picking apart their controversial Netflix documentary since the first three episodes were released last Thursday.
This morning, Piers hit out at the couple once more in view of his 8.2 million Twitter followers over their documentary, entitled Harry & Meghan.
“The Royal Family should say absolutely nothing about the California mud-slingers… Ever again,” he wrote.
“Don’t talk about them, don’t brief about them, just confine them to the cavernous trash can of whiny brat celebrity irrelevance with dignified regal silence.”
Piers has sent out a series of tweets slamming the couple since the launch of their new Netflix series, which has divided opinion across the board.
On his show, he also described Harry and Meghan as “the Duke and Duchess of gaslighting.”
Yesterday, Piers reacted to the trailer for the second part of the series, which will be released this Thursday.
“King Charles needs to strip these two poisonous rats of all remaining titles and ties to the Royal Family…” Piers fumed.
“And needs to do it fast before they destroy the Monarchy.”
In a follow-up tweet, he branded the pair “disgusting”, penning: “Imagine being the Royal Family still grieving the loss of your great Matriarch just a few weeks ago.
“And now having to endure two relatives who deserted royal duty and Britain for riches in America, publicly trashing you as racists and liars week after week? It’s so disgusting.” (sic)
Upon the initial release of the trailer for the highly-anticipated documentary last week, Piers was keen to share his outrage on social media.
The former Good Morning Britain host took particular issue with the clip using his voice, captioning it: “BREAKING: Princess Pinocchio & Prince Hypocrite use my voice to flog their ghastly new series.
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“I’m traumatised by this exploitation,” the journalist added sarcastically.
He followed this tweet soon afterwards with another dig at the Hollywood couple.
“They already tell yet another lie in the first trailer with the Harry Potter paparazzi shot,” he fumed.
“These two wouldn’t know the truth if it slapped them round their latte-encrusted tiaras.”
Netflix has described the new show as an unprecedented and in-depth look at one of the most-discussed couples in history.
Aside from the docuseries, Harry is gearing up to release his 416-page memoir next month.
The nervously-anticipated book, which is titled Spare, will be available on January 10, 2023.
Express.co.uk have contacted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s representatives for comment.
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