In the latest news from Piers Morgan, the moderator will “have a say” after leaving GMB.
Piers ended ITV daytime programming earlier this month after criticizing his comments on Meghan Markle.
The 55-year-old star has now announced on Twitter that he will discuss his remarks about the Duchess, the aftermath of her and Oprah’s interview with Prince Harry, and his departure from GMB.
Piers Morgan at the latest
The moderator wrote: “COMING TOMORROW … Everyone else has had their say, now I have mine – only in the post on Sunday.”
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His followers were split over his tweet, and some people said they couldn’t wait to read it.
One said: “I can’t wait to read it @piersmorgan! At least you are actually telling the truth. “
Another wrote, “I look forward to reading this tomorrow!”
However, others insisted they wouldn’t read the interview.
Everyone else has had their say, now I have mine.
One added, “I’m going to pass this on, I don’t want to read how obsessed you are with them.”
Another tweeted: “Seriously, Piers, how can you break your silence when we’re being completely honest you never kept silent about Meghan.”
Earlier this month, after watching Meghan and Harry’s Oprah chat, Piers said he doesn’t believe the Duchess.
In it, she said she felt suicidal while pregnant with Archie.
However, she claimed she asked for help from someone in the palace and was told it was “not good for the institution”.
Meanwhile, Meghan also claimed there were “concerns” within the royal family about how dark Archie’s skin color might be when he was born.
Later in the week, Piers stormed GMB after clashing with Alex Beresford over Meghan and Harry’s Oprah interview.
He later returned to a discussion.
That evening, however, ITV announced that Piers would be parting ways with the show after six years of presentation.
ITV said: “After speaking to ITV, Piers Morgan has decided that now is the time to leave Good Morning Britain.
“ITV accepted this decision and nothing more to add.”
Meanwhile, Piers stood in a statement following his exit on his comments on the royal couple.
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He said on Twitter: “On Monday I said I didn’t believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview.
“I’ve had time to ponder that opinion, and I still don’t. If you’ve done that, OK.
“Free speech is a hill I like to die on. Thank you for all the love and hate. I’m on my way to spend more time with my opinions. “
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