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British TV host and famous sook, Piers Morgan has today spat the dummy after being unable to endure the backlash and criticism levelled at him for his comments in which he questioned Meghan Markle’s claims of being driven to suicidal thoughts by the Royal Family.
Storming off the show yesterday after copping a bit of his own medicine from someone else on the panel, Morgan has since left Good Morning Britain.
His latest controversial comments come after years of bitter attacks on Meghan and Harry, because he tried to take her on a date nearly a decade ago, and she unsurprisingly wasn’t interested in him, because he’s old and gross.
The TV host claims they went for a couple of drinks at the pub before she left in a cab somewhere and he never heard from her again – which probably should have been cause for reflection but clearly wasn’t.
“I really liked her,” he previously said in a creepy interview with some other random British talk show.
The big fella who somehow thought he would have a chance has since been forced to leave Good Morning Britain, the flagship breakfast program in the UK – following long-running criticism that finally reached fever pitch for his comments on Meghan and Harry.
After a clip from the Oprah interview aired of Meghan discussing her issues with mental health and suicidal thoughts and royal officials’ knowledge of them, Morgan said during Monday’s episode of Good Morning Britain: “I’m sorry, I don’t believe a word she says.”
“I wouldn’t believe her if she read me a weather report.”
Those stupid comments which stigmatise mental health – and may have something to do with the fact Markle dented his overinflated ego – resulted in 41,000 complaints being filed with Britain’s media regulator, and the Good Morning Britain punting him.
It’s not known what the old loudmouth now plans to do, but it’s believed his stepping down from the show will result in a slew of middle aged white Brits decrying the victory of the PC Brigade over another esteemed institution.