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Piers Morgan urges Prince Harry to 'rein in' wife Meghan as he slams 'forced unity'

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Piers Morgan didn't hold back in his latest column following the Queen's death on Thursday as he hit out at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over their comments about the royal family.The 57-year-old journalist alleged that in order for the royal family to bury their rumoured hatchet, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex needed to stop speaking about them.The former Good Morning Britain host began by slamming Prince Harry's new statement about honouring his dad, the newly appointed King Charles III.Piers claimed that the 37-year-old prince had done everything but "honour" his father in the last few years.The outspoken host pointed out previous comments from Harry, in which he said his dad made him "suffer" as a child and alleged the family had cut him off financially.Meghan has also opened up about her life in the royal household on several occasions.Jeremy Clarkson makes savage swipe at Meghan in tribute to the QueenMost recently, she told The Cut magazine that “by existing, we were upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy".In his New York post column, Piers ranted: "Harry, if you really want to honor your dad, nix your salacious tell-all and rein in your royals-trashing wife."He went on to say: "Harry has been treating Charles in a similarly dismissive way, making a mockery of the couple’s supposed commitment to 'compassion'."Piers also expressed his anger at Harry being due to release a book soon based on his life as a royal.The presenter added: "One of Charles’s aides told me several months ago that the Palace is absolutely dreading the book, fearing it will drip with poisonous new allegations and target his wife Camilla as some kind of revenge for her role in the break-up of Harry’s parents’ marriage."That conversation, of.

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