Published: Wed, July 10, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Piers Morgan to The Duchess of Sussex: 'Go back to America'

Piers Morgan to The Duchess of Sussex: 'Go back to America'

The Meghan Markle slander is getting old.

"The energy on that whole side is negative", she said of the portrait.

William is stood diagonally behind brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who sat on a green chair with her son on her lap, in the Green Drawing Room.

PIERS MORGAN has once again lashed out at the Duchess of Sussex, this time over claims her team stopped people from taking pictures of her at Wimbledon last week.

Morgan also took a swipe at Prince Harry and Meghan's constant need for privacy.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, watches the action on Court 1 during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Day 4, at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London, July 04, 2019.

"If you want to be private, go back to America and live privately, it's pretty straightforward", he continued, prompting an objection co-host Susanna Reid.

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He went on to criticize Meghan for expecting privacy while sitting in Wimbledon's Royal Box, though English reports that she wasn't in the area reserved for royals, but rather as a personal guest of Williams. Literally the royal box at Wimbledon!?

"It's not a private place".

The royal beamed for the camera as she elegantly posed on a chair in front of her husband Prince William - and appeared to pay tribute to her mother-in-law.

A furious Morgan told viewers the Duchess' request was a "complete joke", given the pair accepted British tax payers' money to refurbish their home.

Buckingham Palace, who declined to comment to the Daily Mail, have been approached by Mirror Online this evening. "I think it's Harry who doesn't want the media there, who is making a point from the outset that he wants to shield his son from the limelight and I think he's making a point that Archie will be raised as a private citizen".

"Their recent behaviour suggests they want all the privilege and public money but can't even tolerate the public more than they have to".

Pap photos (see them HERE) also show another spectator attempting to take a selfie with the court behind him, but bodyguards quickly checked to confirm he was not snapping photos of the royal family member.

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