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Denise Welch reignites fiery feud with Piers Morgan as she furiously defends Meghan Markle

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Denise Welch, 64, has furiously lashed out at Piers Morgan, 57, as she defended Meghan Markle, 41, from his attacks.The Loose Women star took to Twitter to denounce Piers after he claimed Prince Harry should “rein in” his wife.In the article, Piers wrote: “What part of Harry’s treatment of his father in the past few years has shown any of these things?“Instead, he’s shown Charles withering accusatory contempt, and allowed his wife to constantly trash his family and everything they represent, in a way that has attracted endless negative global headlines.”The title of the opinion piece read: “Prince Harry should dump his salacious tell-all and rein in Meghan Markle if he wants to honour King Charles, writes Piers Morgan.”Loose Woman Denise shared a tweet by Sky News Australia that linked to Piers’ new column for the New York Post, featuring the same headline.Denise furiously penned: “‘Rein in’?????

F*** off you disgusting people @SkyNewsAust”The TV star also took aim at Piers in separate posts shared in view of her 534,000 followers.She retweeted a post by journalist Molly Jong-Fast that featured a screenshot of Piers’ column, with Molly adding: “Omg shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up.”Denise later shared a tweet by Twitter user CHIMPSINSOCKS that read: “I’ve never seen this before.“People like Piers Morgan and Angela Levin are so clearly hateful, resentful bullies.“I can only imagine what it must be like losing your mum in such a hideous way directly because of the media attention and then watching your wife go through it too.”The string of tweets reposted today marks Denise’s most recent clash with Piers’ views on Meghan Markle.Earlier this year, Denise took to social media to call.

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