GMB descends into chaos as Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid ignite shouting match
Good Morning Britain kicked off a seriously fiery start to the week after Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid clashed over Prince Harry speaking out about Megxit.
On Sunday night, Harry made a heartfelt speech during a private charity dinner in Chelsea, London, where he admitted the outcome of the past few weeks isn't the one he and Meghan Markle had hoped for.
Kicking off a segment about the couple on the ITV show, Susanna said: "He has not made the decision lightly."
Interrupting, Piers hit back: "No, but he had a choice.
"Let's be clear. Prince Harry had a choice.
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"Do your duty like everybody else in the royal family and get all the palaces and the servants…"
Keen to defend the royal couple, Susanna said: "Yes, and he wants to give up the palaces and the servants as he wants to have a peaceful life.
"And I don't know why you have to keep having a go at him…"
Seeing red, Piers put on a mock whiney voice: "Ooh, poor Harry. Oh, he's pathetic."
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Offended, Susanna launched counter attack to defend the former royal couple.
The brunette babe said: "It's not pathetic.
"He's made a decision because he couldn't be happy within the royal family.
"Let them do what the hell they like and leave them alone."
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Never one to let things go, Piers ranted: "When you say leave them alone he literally made a speech last night whining again.
"When you say leave them alone they never stop yapping."
As tempers flared, Susanna vented: "You never stop yapping."
Suddenly the segment descended into a full blown shouting match between the two presenters.
Piers shouted back: "I'm not asking you to leave me alone.
"In fact, I don't want anyone to ever leave me alone.
"I love being the centre of media firestorms.
"We were going to leave this until later but now we are hear… we come at this from different angles."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am
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