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    Piers Morgan warns Harry and Meghan

    · Piers Morgan, Editor-at-Large of DailyMail.com, made a Monday appearance on Fox.

    · The British broadcaster said last week at the G7 that it is the Royal Family’s responsibility.

    · He lauded the Queen’s ‘outstanding’ contribution to the nation.

    · Morgan suggested that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex abdicate their titles.

    · ‘Meghan and Harry have no sense of obligation,’ he said.

    · He pleaded with them to’shut up’ and refrain from ‘yapping and moaning’ from Los Angeles.

    · Morgan said that the G7 demonstrated a stark difference between Biden and Trump.

    · He said that he missed Trump’s antics and expressed concern about Biden’s calm demeanor.

    Piers Morgan has warned Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that the public is ‘tired of their yapping’ and said that the pair ‘cannot have their royal cake and eat it’ when they negotiate rich media agreements and do high-profile interviews while requesting anonymity.

    Morgan, DailyMail.com’s Editor-at-Large, appeared on Monday’s Hannity program on Fox News, when he chastised the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for ‘selling’ their titles for ‘hundreds of thousands’ agreements for millions of dollars’ with Spotify and Netflix.

    `These two want to have and eat the royal cake,’ he said to presenter Sean Hannity.

    Morgan said that the public had grown weary of hearing rich royals whine about their privileged lifestyles, lives after their explosive appearance with Oprah Winfrey – an interview in which the Queen, Prince Charles, and as well as the one from which William and Kate are still reeling.

    ‘I believe it is past time for those two to relinquish their titles, stop moaning 24/7, and attempt to learn a lesson out of the Queen’s book,’ he said.

    ‘Learn from the Queen: little is more. And if you want to be a royal, a member of the royal family, simplicity is the key. We’ve heard enough of your yapping and complaining; it’s time to pipe down. They are very willing to sell off their championships, but they also want the right to denigrate the Queen. I believe that is disgusting to the residents here.’

    Piers Morgan, DailyMail.com’s Editor-at-Large, spoke on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program on Monday evening. The British journalist, who famously quit in March after a disagreement over

    In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, he said that he stood by his criticism of Harry and Meghan.

    Morgan hosted Good Morning Britain from March 7 till Harry and Meghan’s appearance with Winfrey. He said that he was skeptical of Meghan Markle’s allegations regarding her treatment at the Royal family, and as a result of the following controversy, he was forced to leave the program.

    Morgan lauded the Queen for her ‘remarkable’ performance over the last week, while the G7. the United Kingdom hosted the meeting. He said that her feeling of responsibility was unmistakable.

    In stark contrast to Harry and Meghan’s demeanor. On June 11, the Queen is seen with Joe and Jill.

    He stated that the difference between Harry and Meghan was highlighted during last week’s G7 meeting.

    Bringing the Queen into sharp light – stating that while the British queen performed her duties, her grandson and his wife were in California, 5,000 miles away.

    ‘She is a wonderful person who prioritizes responsibility,’ Morgan remarked Monday night on NBC News.

    ‘And it seems to me that Meghan and Harry have no sense of responsibility. It is egregiously hypocritical, and it lodges in people’s gullets here.’

    The couple’s most recent spat concerns the naming of their daughter Lilibet – the Queen’s maiden name.

    They maintain that they contacted the Queen; according to the BBC, palace sources informed them of this.

    That, however, was not the case. Harry and Meghan have asserted through their attorneys that this is the case.

    This clash occurs while Harry is promoting his Apple TV series with Oprah Winfrey, and Meghan released a book about parenting a few months later.

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