In the six-part series, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex provide a glimpse into a high-profile relationship and explore the reasons they decided to step down as senior members of the royal family back in 2020.
"Being a part of this family, it is my duty to uncover this exploitation and bribery that happens within our media," Prince Harry said in the documentary, where the couple's negative media coverage is also discussed.
He then responded to Prince Harry's criticism of the media noted by noting how the couple were paid £90m by Netflix for a series of collaborative projects - or in Morgan's words, "to hand over photos & create a story."
Sarcastically branding Meghan as "Ms Compassion," the broadcaster accused her of "trashing her own father," Thomas Markle, who he has previously interviewed on Good Morning Britainabout his fractured relationship with his daughter after it was revealed he was selling staged pictures of himself to tabloids in the run-up to the royal wedding.
Morgan is known for his sharing his opinions, and didn't hold back when watching Prince Harry and Meghan's Netflix series Twitter/piersmorgan
Morgan also gave his reaction to Prince Harry's comment about how Meghan "doesn't have a father."
"Wow. Shocking thing for Harry to say about Thomas Markle, the man he has never met. She does have a father, and he brought her up on his own for years. Where is that in the documentary?" he tweeted.
Morgan was shocked at Prince Harry's comments about Meghan's father, Thomas Markle Twitter/piersmorgan
Given that this is only the first instalment of the series, with the second instalment (another three episodes) set to be released on December 15, there's no doubt Morgan's commentary will continue.
Harry & Meghan is available to stream now on Netflix.
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