The Duchess of Sussex has made a formal complaint to Ofcom over Piers Morgan’s comments about her interview with Oprah Winfrey, the regulator has said.
An Ofcom spokesperson said on Friday: “We can confirm receipt of a standards complaint made on behalf of the Duchess of Sussex.”
It comes after she made a similar complaint to ITV following Morgan‘s claim on Good Morning Britain that he “didn’t believe” her when she said she had suicidal thoughts and failed to get mental health support from within the royal household.
Meghan‘s concerns are thought to centre around the effect the comments may have on mental health generally and those attempting to deal with their own problems – rather than the TV presenter’s attack on her.
Morgan quit the ITV breakfast show earlier this week after an on-screen clash with weather presenter Alex Beresford.
Beresford criticised him for “continuing to trash” Meghan, before Morgan stormed off set and said he was leaving.
Ofcom is already investigating his comments after receiving more than 41,000…