- Piers Morgan recently seriously questioned whether or not Prince Harry is actually happy in his marriage with Meghan Markle
- In a recent piece of writing, Morgan called Markle a "self-serving wrecking ball" and wondered out loud how Harry could be happy
- He also wondered whether or not Prince Harry willingly did the Oprah Winfrey interview that muddied the Royal Family's name
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Piers Morgan has not stopped hurling insults at Meghan Markle ever since the viral Oprah Winfrey interview first aired. Once again Morgan has made his thoughts on the former duchess very clear while at the same time questioning her husband, Prince Harry, and his happiness.
In his weekly column for a British publication, Piers wrote that Meghan Markle was a "self-serving wrecking ball" who is climbing her way up the Hollywood social ladder. Not leaving it there, Morgan then went on to question Prince Harry.
Morgan wondered whether Prince Harry, who has always served the royal kingdom whole-heartedly, was actually happy to do the widely-covered Oprah Winfrey interview that saw Meghan Markle lay a number of claims against the royal family. Morgan wrote in a Mail on Sunday article:
"He can't be happy doing this, surely."
According to The Mirror, Morgan also said that Prince Harry was acting completely out of character when he made the decision to go through with the interview while Prince Phillip was still in the hospital.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Piers Morgan is hellbent on making his views known about the Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey interview that recently shook the world. Piers has repeatedly called Markle out for lying and now he has called talkshow host, Gayle King, out too.
Heading to his favourite topic to throw shade on, Morgan called King out and accused her of being a PR mouthpiece for Meghan and Harry after King revealed that Harry had had a rather unsatisfying talk with his father after the interview.
"Hi @GayleKing — rather than acting as your Sussex friends' PR mouthpiece to facilitate their ongoing public trashing of our Royal Family, how about doing your job as a journalist and ask them about all the lies they told in @Oprah's interview," wrote Morgan in his tweet.