Owens said that the Duchess “couldn’t keep her stories straight” in the Oprah interview with her husband Prince Harry.
“She (Meghan) said she doesn’t read newspapers or check social media. That’s not true because she said she was suicidal because of bad press.” Owens said.
Owens also denied the legitimacy of the claim that Archie was denied royal titles because of his ethnicity.
“If you have seen a picture of Archie and you believe he suffered anti-black racism, then call me a Nigerian prince and give me your credit card,” she declared.
She laughed at Meghan Markle submitting a complaint to ITV regarding Piers Morgan’s comments.
After refusing to apologise, Morgan has since left the breakfast show Good Morning Britain after his number of insensitive comments regarding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview, originally broadcast on CBS on Sunday evening, and ITV the following evening. He also ran away live on air while his colleague Alex Beresford took him to task over his Meghan obsession.
These included denying both her allegations of racism and suicidal feelings live on air.
“Piers Morgan was all of us when he was dressing down Meghan Markle and calling her out on the lies she’s told... To put in her phone call to have his voice silenced because she is unhappy with the press? She’s a typical leftist narcissist”
Markle was not the only one unhappy about Morgan’s behaviour on the daytime talk show as Ofcom received over 41,000 complaints and since this has launched an investigation. Morgan has also since taken to Twitter and spoken to journalists after leaving his seat next to his co-star Susanna Reid.
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