Piers Morgan returned to breakfast television a year after he quit Good Morning Britain following his rant about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry that sparked tens of thousands of Ofcom complaints.
Fans switched their televisions off as Piers Morgan made a return to breakfast TV over the weekend.
Joining Sophie Raworth for the paper review on BBC’s new Sunday Morning show, the 56-year-old kicked off by mentioning his gripes with Meghan Markle.
The broadcaster quit Good Morning Britain after making a series of comments and accusations about the Duchess of Sussex.
But he marked his return to morning telly by making a comment about the incident which sparked 54,595 Ofcom complaints.
He said: “I haven’t been on breakfast television for nearly a year, it feels weird but sort of nice.
“My one question for you is: Am I allowed to have an opinion? Because that was the problem last time.”
As Sophie and Piers made their way through the papers they eventually landed on a story about Prince Harry and Meghan’s request to have protection from the British police so they can visit the UK.
Piers hit out at the couple for their “brazen double standard” and said: “It was chillingly inevitable that these two [Harry and Meghan] would pop their heads up again right when the Queen least wants them…