Piers Morgan is set to attack Meghan Markle’s “downright lies” in an upcoming interview with Australia’s “60 Minutes.”
The former “Good Morning Britain” anchor sat down with journalist Karl Stefanovic to discuss his war on cancel culture as well as his ongoing battle with the Duchess of Sussex, with whom he’s been fighting since she allegedly ghosted him and their friendship.
“I don’t believe a word she says,” Morgan, 56, said of Markle, 39, in a sneak peek at Sunday’s episode.
Looking back on the “Suits” alum’s since-refuted claim that she and Harry, 36, had secretly married days before their royal wedding in May 2018, Morgan added, “They were downright lies. … That [ceremony] would make the Archbishop of Canterbury a criminal.”
It’s ironic that Morgan sat down with Stefanovic, as the Nine Network presenter, 46, has been one of Markle’s staunchest defenders. Stefanovic also once called Morgan “disgraceful.”
In the clip from their interview, the TV personalities butted heads after Morgan claimed that Markle was pretending to be in love with Harry.
“I’ve got something to say about that,” Stefanovic replied. “I think that’s disgraceful. I think she is an amazing, amazing woman. I think she is doing her very best at the moment, and she’s got a lot on her plate. She’s doing it so beautifully. She’s such a great export for Great Britain.”