It's great Harry and Meghan have given back the Frogmore money – now they should give up their titles, says Piers Morgan

PIERS Morgan has called on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to relinquish their royal titles and live as civilians.

In a wide-ranging interview, the Good Morning Britain star gave his thoughts on everything from the Duke and Duchess to Extinction Rebellion and the Wagatha Christie scandal.


Not surprisingly, he revealed he's on a mission to help the nation get a "collective grip" in the wake of increasingly divisive environmental, gender, and political diktats.

And Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – with their hypocritical condemnation of air travel (whilst getting private jets) and lecturing on global poverty (from their £11millon Californian mansion) – are everything Piers despises.

Famously – mainly because Piers has revelled in recalling the story – the Duchess of Sussex 'ghosted' the star after befriending him on Twitter.

The pair even enjoyed a night out in Piers' local West London pub before she ditched him after meeting Harry.


The broadcaster, back this weekend with a new series of Life Stories, believes the pair should relinquish their royal titles and live as civilians.

He explains: "It's great they've paid back the Frogmore money, it's great they've paid Charles back the cash, but they've kept the titles.

"If you really want to find freedom, and you really want to divorce the country, why would you keep the titles 'Duke and Duchess of Sussex'?

"I'm from Sussex and I bet I've spent more time there over the past week than they have in their entire lives, and yet they want to trade off their royal names to get all this money.

"The only reason Netflix is paying them all this money is because of their royal titles – you think Meghan Markle would have got £1.50 out of them without it?

"What are the odds of Meghan coming on Life Stories to be interviewed by me?

"Probably minus a gazillion leagues under the sea… which is probably where she wants to put me."

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