Piers Morgan deems Prince Harry’s change of heart towards King Charles ‘an insult’

Feb 20, 2024
Morgan's comments come as reports emerge that Harry is ready to offer his support to the Royal Family if needed in light of the King's health woes. Source: Getty Images.

Outspoken media personality Piers Morgan has left no stone unturned as he vehemently denounced Prince Harry’s purported change of heart towards King Charles, following the Monarch’s cancer diagnosis.

Morgan, known for his disdain of the controversial royal, asserted that Harry and Meghan could not expect to be “half in and half out” of the British Royal Family after their departure in 2020, emphatically stating, “Nobody wants you back.”

“The claim that he is ready and willing to serve his country and his king is frankly an insult,” Morgan said.

“We all know what this is really about: Netflix is reportedly planning to pull the plug on Harry and Meghan’s $100 million deal… Spotify canceled Meghan’s dreary podcast. Without the royal links, the brutal reality is that Harry and Meghan are of no interest to anyone.”

Morgan pointed to Harry’s ongoing verbal assaults on the Royal Family in both interviews and his memoir, Spare, as ample justification for completely severing ties.

“Why on earth would you want to reconcile with someone like that?” Morgan demanded.

“The king should now return the favor and strip them of their tenuous titles and end this Sussex circus for good.”

Morgan’s comments come as reports emerge that Harry is ready to offer his support to the Royal Family if needed in light of the King’s health woes.

Harry also recently hinted at the chance of reconciliation with the Royal Family in the aftermath of his father’s cancer diagnosis.

Harry made the revelation during an interview with Good Morning America in which he also addressed King Charles’ cancer diagnosis for the first time publicly.

Speaking with host Will Reeve, the Duke shared that King Charles personally informed him of his illness.

“I love my family and the fact that I was able to get on the plane and go see him and spend any time with him – I’m grateful for that,” Harry revealed.

When pressed about the specifics of King Charles’ diagnosis, the Prince maintained a respectful silence, firmly stating, “That stays between me and him.”

In response to the possibility of his father’s illness having a “unifying effect” on the Royal Family, Prince Harry affirmed, “Absolutely, for sure”.

Drawing parallels with the strength observed in the families involved in the Invictus Games, the Duke emphasised, “From all these (Invictus) families I see on a day-to-day basis (I see) the strength of the family unit coming together”.

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