Meghan Markle slammed by 'GMB' presenter for being ‘fake’ & ‘acting’ on royal tour with Prince Harry

Piers Morgan, best known for “Good Morning Britain,” took to Twitter to slam Meghan Markle for being “fake” and “acting during her recent Australian Royal tour with her husband.

Prince Harry and Meghan have been on a Royal tour visiting several places in Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji. For one of their previous outings, the couple visited Dubbo, Australia, where a pouring rain surprised them.

Given the fact that Harry had to share some words, he stood in front of the people in the middle of the rain. As a way to protect him from the water, Meghan and shielded both of them with an umbrella.

At some point, Dubbo’s Mayor Ben Shields offered Harry to give him his umbrella, but the Prince said: “It’s all right, I’ve got my wife.” While most people considered that it was a loving act from a protective Meghan, others, like Piers Morgan chose to see it in a completely different way.


On Twitter, he uploaded a photo of Harry in the middle of his speech and Meghan covering him with the umbrella. Even though her face showed nothing but love, Piers wrote in the caption: “Once an actress…” followed by laughing face emoji.

Later that day, the host went off on “Good Morning Britain” addressing the Royal tour and the photo he uploaded, saying that Meghan was an actress who was “acting great at the moment.”


According to Piers, her “role” has gone so far that she has been forced to turn their backs to her own family, especially the rest of the Markles, who have made headlines for their many scandals that started months before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tied the knot on May 19, 2018.


One of the situations of the Markles that attracted more attention came from Thomas, Meghan’s father. He was supposed to walk his daughter down the aisle during the wedding, but after it was revealed that he sold photos to paparazzi of him searching for Meghan and Harry’s news on the Internet, he allegedly had a heart ailment and wasn't present at the ceremony.

This may or may not be true, given the fact that Meghan has not publicly spoken out about her father for months, and instead has chosen to show people her tight relationship with her mother, Doria Ragland.


That was not the first time that Meghan and Harry made headlines. On October 15, Kensington Palace announced that they were expecting their first child together. Unfortunately, that day marked International Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day.


For that reason, several people considered that breaking the news on that day was rude and insensitive and that they could have done it a week later they did so.

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day is an international day of remembrance for pregnancy loss and infant death, which includes miscarriage, stillbirth, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and any death of a newborn, reported Mirror.

Meghan reportedly had a successful 12-week scan soon before making the big announcement, which means that the baby was conceived in late July, ten weeks after they tied the knot.

Even though they have not shared the exact due date, the baby is expected to be born in late April 2019, possible around St. George’s Day.

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