Piers Morgan says he probably “pushed things a little too far” with his criticism of Meghan Markle after she and Prince Harry left the royal family.
The Good Morning Britain host previously accused her of “abandoning” her own parents and separating Harry from the royal family.
Speaking to the Sunday Times, however, he conceded that “it’s probably not wise, if you’re a columnist, to make things too personal.”
Piers Morgan says he probably “pushed things a little too far” with his criticism of Meghan Markle after she and Prince Harry left the royal family
Speaking to the Sunday Times on Harry and Meghan, however, Mr. Morgan conceded that “it’s probably not wise, if you’re a columnist, to make things too personal”
Commenting on his previous comments on the Duchess of Sussex, Mr. Morgan said, “Have I taken it a bit too far?” Probably.
“Do I think it will govern and temper the way I talk about them in the future?
He added that he was at his best as a reporter on subjects that really matter.
“It is what is substantial, especially when people’s lives are at stake, that seems to galvanize my personality in the best place,” he said.
“And this is a time of relative peace, calm, calm and I dare say that boredom can sometimes bring out the worst in me.
Good Morning Britain presenter once accused Meghan (pictured with Harry and son Archie) of “abandoning” his own parents and of separating Harry from the royal family
“Having quarrels with people who will never change their minds in a million years over things that no longer seem far apart. “
Mr. Morgan was a regular critic of Meghan and her husband after announcing their decision to retire from their roles as senior royals.
In January, he tweeted, “People say I’m too critical of Meghan Markle – but she abandoned her family, abandoned her father, abandoned most of her old friends, separated Harry from William and took him now separated from the royal family.
“I am resting my case.
Last year, he also accused her of behaving like a member of the reality TV family, the Kardashians “not someone who married into the royal family.”