In a 7000-word op-ed for the British tabloid Mail on Sunday, which recently lost a lawsuit against the duchess, the former CNN host recounted the days following Meghan and Prince Harry‘s explosive Oprah interview, during which Morgan quit his TV job.
Morgan accused Meghan of being “disingenuous” and a “social-climbing” actress, as he dismissed what he called the “sensational implication” that her son Archie was barred from being a Prince because of his skin color.
He also claimed that Meghan has not received any more criticism from the British press than other members of the Royal Family, including Prince Harry mother, Princess Diana.
Morgan also revealed that he and his family received death threats after he was widely condemned for his comments about the interview on March 7.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just dropped a nuclear-sized scandal bomb into the very heart of the Royal Family,” Morgan wrote.
“Their shocking claims of racism at the Palace concerning their son Archie, and an alleged refusal by Royal staff to let Meghan receive treatment for suicidal thoughts in case it hurt the Royal brand, are so incendiary that they could inflict irreparable damage on the Monarchy.
“But were they true? The longer the interview went on, the less I believed.”
Morgan described as “complete nonsense” any…