PIERS Morgan slams Meghan Markle as 'money grabbing' after posting a meme about Bill Gates’s divorce.
The former Good Morning Britain presenter has never been afraid to voice his opinions on the Duchess of Sussex, 39, and used his Twitter account today to make a joke at her expense.
Piers, 56, was forced to leave his post on the morning show in March following his comments about Meghan and her explosive interview with husband Prince Harry.
It was revealed yesterday that billionaire Bill Gates and Melinda have ended their 27-year relationship and Piers took the opportunity to take a swipe a Meghan.
He posted an image of the heavily pregnant Duchess, in which she had a wry smile on her face.
Accompanying the snap however was a caption which read: "So Bill Gates just got divorced", following by dollar sign emojis.
Piers reacted to the meme by posting laughing emojis, which has garnered almost 8,000 likes.
The journalist didn't stop there as he blasted Meghan as a "hypocrite" for her kids' book on the bond between a father and son – as he says she "ruined the ties between Charles and Harry".
In his Daily Mail column, Piers wrote: "This new book about father-children relationships is just another example of Meghan Markle's never-ending penchant for preaching what she never practices.
"If she really cared about father-child relationships, she'd take a chauffeur-driven limousine on the hour-long trip to see her own father who's never even met either Harry or Archie.
"And if she really cared about father-child relationships, she would never have trashed Harry's family on global TV in the horrible way that she did, causing yet more damage, possibly irreparably, to Harry's relationship with his father."
He also labelled Meghan a "cynical disingenuous manipulator", claiming she's "intent on wrecking the Royal Family's image around the world with her shameless, shameful, money-grabbing victim-playing antics".
The Duchess of Sussex penned The Bench after originally writing a poem for Harry's first Father's Day from Archie, who will turn two next month.
She will also narrate an audiobook of the tale, which is published by Random House Children's Books.
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