Piers Morgan says Meghan is a Cheshire Cat who gets everything she wants and 'splits people' wherever she goes

'A lot of the tension surely is that they (Harry and Meghan) have been holding the royal family, the Queen to ransom'


                            Piers Morgan says Meghan is a Cheshire Cat who gets everything she wants and 'splits people' wherever she goes
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'Good Morning Britain' host  Piers Morgan, who has always been very vocal about his dislike for Meghan Markle, has slammed her once again.

Prince Harry and Meghan are in the UK to complete their final engagements as royals before Megxit. On March 9, they attended the Commonwealth Service in Westminster Abbey where they were joined by the Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William, and Kate.

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Morgan pointed his finger at Meghan for being the cause behind a "glacial" tension between brothers William and Harry, which was more than apparent during the service in London. 

"What would Diana think? Her boys are barely able to speak to one another," he said. He went on to add that even Kate could "barely look at Meghan" during the service.

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MEA WorldWide had previously reported an awkward moment between Kate and Meghan when the latter was caught giving the former a little uncomfortable wave, which went unreturned. 

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"A lot of the tension surely is that they (Harry and Meghan) have been holding the royal family, the Queen to ransom. These two have been laying the law down to the Queen. This obsession we have with, are Meghan and Harry ok – they’re fine- they’re going off to Hollywood to become superstars. I bet the Queen’s not been ok. Her grandsons are at war," Morgan said.

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Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William, Kate, Prince Harry, and Meghan attend the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9, 2020 in London (Getty Images)

"People ask, 'is poor Meghan ok?' but she looks fine to me. She’s spent the last few days looking like a Cheshire Cat. She’s got everything she wanted. My sole thought is, is the Queen ok? I think she’s had a horrible year and it’s been helped in my view by this quite selfish conduct," he said. 

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Lastly, he brought up the topic of Harry and Meghan choosing not to bring their toddler son, Archie, along with them on their "farewell tour" to United Kingdom - something he has also previously criticized them for. 

"You’ve got to earn support, you’ve got to earn respect but I think they’re very divisive. They didn’t like all the criticism. I thought it was perfectly justified. The papers were positive before they only got criticizing when stuff was worth criticizing. Wherever Meghan goes, people get split. She’s split from her family, split from her dad, split Harry from William, split from her friends. She’s like the old Henry the 8th era – 'off with their heads'," he said. 

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