Piers Morgan has claimed the Duchess of York has backed him following the fallout surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah Winfrey interview.
Piers, 56, left Good Morning Britain amid the Meghan Markle row – however says Sarah Ferguson messaged him with a ‘get again on the market’ textual content.
In his column for the Mail on Sunday, he wrote: “Not all royal duchesses had been as thrilled as Meghan ‘Pinocchio’ Markle to see me go away GMB.
“‘People have stated how a lot they miss your morning pleasure and humour,’ texted Sarah, Duchess of York, ‘get again on the market!'”
Piers even joked he may group up with Fergie to host a brand new morning present collectively, laughing: “Perhaps we should always begin a brand new breakfast present collectively… ‘Morgy and Fergie in the Morning’, anybody?”
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Piers give up his position on Good Morning Britain a day after rowing on-air with fellow presenter Alex Beresford.
Alex took exception to Piers’ relentless criticism of the Duchess of Sussex in the wake of the Oprah bombshell interview.
Piers stated he didn’t imagine some of Meghan’s claims relating to her psychological well-being.
Piers subsequently doubled down on his feedback the following day, having refused to apologise on-air when requested by ITV execs.
The Duchess of Sussex reportedly lodged a criticism to ITV and Ofcom over the nature of Piers’ protection.
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Piers has subsequently been tipped to tackle a task with startup GB News, having left GMB.
Ben Shephard and Adil Ray have changed the controversial former newspaper editor since he walked away from the ITV present.