Piers Morgan said he’d ‘rather eat a vegan sausage roll’ than apologise to Meghan Markle.
The TV presenter, who quit Good Morning Britain over controversial comments he made about Prince Harry’s wife, responded to an article about himself in which it was said that people are missing his controversial opinions.
In response, he tweeted: “I’d rather eat vegan sausage rolls for the rest of my life than apologise for disbelieving Princess Pinocchio.”
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Many of his followers replied to the post and said he was acting ‘dramatic’.
One said: “She left you on read. Move on.”
Another added: “Don’t be so dramatic. She is revealing her true colours by herself. We need you.”
However, others pleaded with Morgan to stick to his guns and never apologise for ‘speaking the truth’.
A fan commented: “Do not apologise, nor put yourself through the agony of vegan sausage rolls. Just COME BACK.”
Earlier this year, Morgan said he would never apologise for sharing his thoughts about the Duchess of Sussex, as he has ‘freedom of speech’.
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In his column for the Daily Mail, he wrote: “ITV’s Director of Television rang to say we were now ‘on the cliff edge’ and either I apologised or I would have to leave GMB.
“One [friend] thought I should just apologise, take the hit and move on. The other was emphatic: don’t apologise.”
At the time, Morgan caused outrage when he claimed he ‘didn’t believe a word’ of Markle’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
In the chat, the Duchess revealed that she had suicidal thoughts when she was a Senior Royal.
She said: “Look, I was really ashamed to have to say at the time and ashamed to have to admit it to Harry especially. But I knew that if I didn’t say that I would do it.”
She then added: “I just didn’t want to be alive anymore.”
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