The former TV host revealed that members of the royal family have sent private messages to Piers Morgan to thank him for “stand up” for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s annoying TV show.
Morgan quickly became one of the couple’s most outspoken critics, and even quit his job as a host of “Good Morning Britain” instead of apologizing.
Since then, Morgan told Extra that he “has received private support from many people,” including members of the royal family he vigorously defended.
The 56-year-old former “America’s Got Talent” judge said: “On behalf of several members of the royal family, I have conveyed some messages to me, and they are grateful…someone supports them.”
However, he was still shy when asked whether it contained information from “superiors”. He said, “Well, I won’t say who this is.”
Even if his son received death threats from “so-called liberals,” they were also “driven by online thugs,” and this support extended to his own family.
He said: “My wife has always expressed full support for this, but she hates online abuse.” He said the threat to his son was “completely disgusting.”
Morgan boasted that he was still “resolutely not cancelled,” and he also expressed his willingness to conduct his own follow-up interviews with Meghan and Harry to face their most destructive demands on Oprah Winfrey.
“I want to say to Megan Markle,’Look, sit down with your husband for the same lengthy interview and let me ask some tougher questions about all your requests,” Morgan told Billy Bush.
“‘But let me ask you a broader question, which is: if you hate the royal family so much… why keep the royal title?'” he said of the pair still known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Said when the couple. .
“If you don’t make millions of dollars, why would you do it? Just like you, it’s disgusting to play the victim,” he said.
Morgan defended himself angrily, lest he accuse him of racist attacks on Markle, and pointed out that he was equally critical of Harry, “and it was the same when I checked that he was white last time.”
He said: “Therefore, I find this kind of narrative offensive.”