Piers Morgan denounces Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for “exploiting Invictus Games” | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television

Former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has slammed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for “exploiting the Invictus Games”. Speaking at the press launch of her new show, TalkTV’s Uncensored, the former ITV star, 57, was quick to comment on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s latest project with the music giant. Netflix streaming.

Pier’s new show, Uncensored, launched two days ago and aims to “undo the cancel culture”.

Speaking at the press launch of his new programme, the outspoken TV personality addressed the issues he would seek to dissect on his outspoken talk show.

Piers said: “I could talk about Megan and then Harry snubbing the Prince Philip memorial, but now they’re taking their Netflix cameras to go exploit the Invictus games.

“So you could say [it] was total hypocrisy or maybe you think everything they do is completely virtuous and wonderful.”

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Piers’ comments come as the TV star reacted to the Sussexes’ call for equality after Meghan Markle’s Invictus Games wardrobe reportedly cost £10,000 a day.

Earlier this month, the duo attended the highly anticipated sporting event, but it was the Duchess of Sussex whose eye-catching wardrobe caught everyone’s attention.

Meghan, who returned to the US after wrapping up the Invictus Games tour on Monday, is said to have spent £38,000 on her luxury clothes for the charity trip.

Prince Harry’s wife sported seven fashionable outfits as she graced the event over Easter weekend.

At the opening ceremony, she wore a £620 bodysuit by American designer Khaite, with a pair of £595 Manolos and a dazzling new necklace by Cartier costing £12,800, according to MailOnline.

On Saturday, the Duchess wore a £2,400 jacket from Celine – with a £1,950 bag and £360 glasses also from the French ready-to-wear designer.

She also chose her favorite pieces from her jewelery box, including her £5,800 Cartier Love bracelet and the Cartier watch that once belonged to Princess Diana.

While he was a working member of the Royal Family, the cost of Meghan’s clothing for her work commitments was covered by Prince Charles through the Duchy of Cornwall budget.

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