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Piers Morgan talks about Prince Harry and Meghan’s ‘plan’ for King Charles coronation


Outspoken TV presenter Piers Morgan has revealed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s alleged plan for the coronation of King Charles III, saying the Sussexes want to spend time with ‘real members of the Royal Family’ during the the historical event.

Morgan also accused the Duke and Duchess of Sussex of trying to do “everything the royals do about them”.

“We used to watch Dallas and Dynasty here in the UK and we used to think ‘these people are so ridiculous, they’re rich, they’re entitled, they’re spoiled, there’s always drama’ , now we have our royal family and they behave exactly the same way,” Piers Morgan said on Fox News.

He continued: “I think we’re all, probably like you, tired of the Meghan and Harry rodeo seemingly trying to do whatever the Royal Family does to them.

“Let’s be clear, Archie is three, Lilibet is one. They’re far too young – in my opinion they have four children – to be stuck in an abbey watching a coronation strike for hours. I think that would be ridiculous for them to be there.”

The former Good Morning Britain host also claimed the California-based couple wanted to attend the coronation to ‘earn money from it’.

He said: “What we know about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is that they will always want to spend as much time with the real royals – the A-listers – as they can get. to be able to make money off of it.We’ve seen it with the Netflix documentary, the book, etc. So I suspect Meghan and Harry will want their children to be theirs just because it shows their own rival extended royal family and titled.

Harry and Meghan must remain senior royals longer than the royal family needs, according to reputation and crisis management expert Edward Coram-James. He thinks it would be beneficial for the Sussexes to continue to cling to society.

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