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Meghan Markle courted: Her worst enemy reaches out to her


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Meghan Markle’s worst enemy, Piers Morgan, is getting ready to make his big comeback on television. At the head of an upcoming show called Uncensored, the host launches a strange invitation to the Duchess of Sussex, this Thursday, February 24 …

In March 2021, Piers Morgan announced his departure from the show Good Morning Britain. At that time the worst enemy of Meghan Markle, far from being convinced by the suicidal thoughts of the duchess, had caused a tidal wave. Not wishing to apologize, the Irishman had then, slammed the door of his show. But this spring 2022, Marion Shalloe’s ex-companion will take the reins of a new program on the Talk TV channel, reports the Express this Thursday, February 24: “If Meghan Markle is watching us (I’m sure that’s the case) if you want to be my first guest, we have unfinished business. I’m available,” he blurted out on Australian television.

“Basically, I want this show to be a platform for democratic debate and free speech,” he continued. Piers Morgan will launch his own column in The Sun: “it will be called Uncensored”, he revealed on Sky News Australia. “I was censored and asked to apologize to Meghan Markle for an honest opinion, which I was not going to do, obviously”. Still furious with Archie and Lilibet’s mom, the host-star puts on a layer: “The insistent little princess, Pinocchio, has done everything possible to boycott me, and she will have a very bad surprise when I come out, like Lazarus, from my den”.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry go head to head with Eugenie

After three long years of conflict and revelations, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are finally making up for lost time. Installed in California, the young parents enjoy their reunion with Eugenie D’York and her companion Jack Brooksbank. This weekend, the married couple were seen with their family, in a chic restaurant in Santa Barbara. Photographed by TMZ, the young royals look happy to be back together. Is it time for appeasement?

Photo credits: Backgrid UK/ Bestimage

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