Piers Morgan to The Duchess of Sussex: ‘Go back to America’

The Good Morning Britain presenter launched into a furious tirade over The Duchess of Sussex’s appearance at Wimbledon last week

PICTURED: The Duchess of Sussex and Piers Morgan

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.

Meghan attended Wimbledon last week with two close friends, where they watched Serena Williams play Kaja Juvan from the royal box.

Media consultant Sally Jones told the Telegraph that she was taking pictures of Serena when a member of the royal protection team asked her not to take photos as Meghan was sat in the box.

Morgan took to his morning show to say that Meghan should ‘go back to America’ if she wants to be treated as a private citizen.

“This is so ridiculous this obsession that her and Harry have about privacy. A – it’s rankling hypocritical, b – they’re not private people. They’re the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, for that we get to pay for their mansion,” he said.

“You need to work out what you want to be Meghan and Harry. Do you want to be private or do you want to be public because this is a joke. You go to Wimbledon on your free tickets, in the royal box the best seats in the house, and you take your two bezzies, and they sit there next to you and they’re getting free seats in the best place in the house.

“You’re public people. All of you. In that moment you’re public people. Stop your squealing about privacy. We don’t want to hear it. ‘If you want to be private go back to America and live privately. It’s pretty straight forward. She doesn’t want to be a public figure in the royal family go back to America.”

Co-host Susanna Reid added that she was ‘much more sympathetic’ towards the royal couple wanting privacy, but felt that as Meghan was in a public place she should expect photos to be taken.

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