Piers Morgan wants showdown with ‘deluded’ Prince Harry so all can ‘move on’

Outspoken TV presenter Piers Morgan has revealed he would welcome the opportunity to have a showdown chat with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The Uncensored presenter is renowned for being one of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s fiercest critics, often slamming the couple for “trashing” the Royal Family.

During his recent appearance on Spencer Matthews’ Big Fish podcast, Piers said that he believes it’s time for the trio to have a showdown.

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He said: "I do think the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be great for them and for me. I think that would be one of those meetings of minds where we could get it off our chest and move on."

Piers, 57, also called Prince Harry “deluded” for causing “damage” to his family in his book Spare, when asked whether he thought the Duke of Sussex has realised the damage he has caused to the his family.

“No. I think he's completely deluded, completely deluded, very manipulated,” he said.

"I mean, they’re as bad as each other, to be honest with you. I think that he genuinely believes he can do all this,” Piers added.

Piers was reportedly friendly with Meghan, 41, when she was an actress on Suits, and famously met up with her for a drink in London the same week she went on her first date with Harry, 38.

However, their friendship soured soon after and Piers slammed the royal couple for the behaviour.

“I’d be quite good in training Meghan and Harry to be proper people again.

“If you could swing it I’d love to do an interview with both of them actually. No holds barred, live interview, me one-on-one with Meghan and Harry.

“It would break all records for television viewing in history and I’d have a few supplementary questions that would go a little further than the current questions.”

The couple have come under severe scrutiny following the release of their six-part Netflix docuseries before Christmas and Harry's controversial best-selling memoir earlier this month.

He appeared on major news broadcasters around the world as part of the publicity tour for the book, speaking to ITV, NBC and CNN among others as he did the rounds.

Harry also featured on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert before the release of his explosive autobiography and was seen drawing shots.

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