Piers Morgan Takes a Jab at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle After Tabloid's Apology
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The former 'Good Morning Britain' host also reacts to Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN)'s apology to the Duke of Sussex for unlawfully gathering information about him in a new interview.

AceShowbiz - Piers Morgan has reignited his feud with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The former "Good Morning Britain" host brutally slammed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after Harry received an apology from a British tabloid.

On Wednesday, May 10, Piers took to his Twitter account to mock the royal couple with a screenshot from a "South Park" episode. The said picture featured characters that bore resemblance to Harry and Meghan holding signs which read, "Stop looking at us!" and "We want our privacy!!"

Piers left the tweet with no caption, but it's clear that the 58-year-old British TV presenter poked fun at the Sussexes.

Piers Morgan's tweet

Piers Morgan poked fun at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Additionally, Piers reacted to Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN)'s apology to Harry for unlawfully gathering information about him in a new interview. When asked if he would also apologize to the royal, the TV host told ITV reporter, "All I am going to say is I am not going to take lectures on privacy invasion from Prince Harry, somebody who has spent the last three years ruthlessly and cynically invading the royal family's privacy for vast commercial gain and told a pack of lies about them."

Piers added that Harry should be the one apologizing instead. "So I suggest he gets out of court and apologizes to his family for the disgraceful invasion of privacy that he's been purporting. I think Prince Harry should be apologizing for his disgraceful invasion of privacy of the royal family and others by the way," he noted.

The interview arrived after MGN, which owns publications including Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Daily Express, shared a statement admitting wrongdoing to the Duke of Sussex for a single instance of unlawfully gathering information amid his suit against the tabloid publisher. "MGN unreservedly apologizes for all such instances of UIG," the British publisher said in a statement, written in a court filing at the start of the trial in London on May 10.

The publisher also assured the claimants that such conduct "will never be repeated." The group added that the violation in question, which is not part the "Spare" author's lawsuit against MGN, "warrants compensation."

MGN lawyer Andrew Green, however, said voicemail interception was denied. He additionally argued that some of the claims were brought too late as some of the stories in question dated back more than 20 years.

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