On Monday, the host denied Meghan Markle felt suicidal because of racism, press intrusion and the pressure of royal life. This has since been met with over 41,000 complaints to Ofcom. Additionally, he was critiqued for how he handled Trisha Goddard and Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu discussing racism.
We have launched an investigation into Monday’s episode of Good Morning Britain under our harm and offence rules.… https://t.co/V5Qj5iMcau
The walk-off came as Alex Beresford finally took him to task over his obsession with Meghan Markle, who according to Morgan “ghosted him”. He ran off the set, leaving the rest of the show to go on without him.
“you won twitter. enjoy good morning britain i hope it makes you happy. dear lord what a sad little life twitter.” https://t.co/YoNPC2QwJo
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