Piers Morgan Advices Queen Elizabeth II To Remove Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Royal Titles


Piers Morgan Accuses Meghan Markle, Prince
Harry Of ‘Disowning Their Family’ And Advices Queen Elizabeth II To Remove Their Royal Titles. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s announcement
to step back from their royal duties doesn’t only shake the very core of the monarchy but
awakes their fans and critics alike as well. One of them is the Good Morning Britain host
Piers Morgan, who went on his series of tirades on Twitter and even made an article about
it. The famed television personality accused the
Sussexes of disowning their family and advised Queen Elizabeth II to strip off their royal
titles and remove their rights as royalties. “What Meghan wants, Meghan gets,” Piers Morgan
tweeted after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their resignation on Instagram. A Twitter user bravely commented on his post,
saying that a real man protects his family, pertaining to Prince Harry. However, the 54-year-old broadcaster hit back,
saying that the one thing that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle didn’t do was to protect
their families but even disowned them. After the tweet, the journalist published
an article on Daily Mail about the royal couple’s decision to retire from their positions, calling
them “Kardashian-wannabes.” He said he already saw “disgraceful royal
antics in his time,” but no one matched the “Duke and Duchess of Sussex” behavior, calling
them arrogant, entitled, greedy, and disrespectful. He even put inverted commas in their titles
as he wanted it to be removed. “Indeed, if I were Her Majesty the Queen,
I would unceremoniously strip Harry and Meghan of all their titles with immediate effect
and dispatch them back into civilian life,” Piers Morgan said in anger. He even accused them of laying down their
own law for Queen Elizabeth and other people to follow how things they wanted to work out
after their resignation. Piers Morgan saw that Meghan Markle and Prince
Harry wanted to stop being senior royals, along with all the duties that come with it,
but still wanted to be a “progressive force within the institution.” He understood that they aimed to be “super-woke
celebrities” who would continuously receive all the advantages of having the royal life,
but living all its hardships. They also had their own rules for the media,
living the Royal Rota system, which allowed the press to attend official engagements,
behind and would instead invite particular journalists that would accompany their events
and write positive things about them. So, Piers Morgan said that if Meghan Markle
and Prince Harry wanted to be the new Kardashians, they would be treated like them. BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond also
revealed that no members of the royal family were consulted on the Sussexes’ decision,
per Express, which Piers Morgan found appalling. However, Buckingham Palace said in a statement
that a discussion between the Palace and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were at an early stage.

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