‘He’s A Liar!’ Piers Morgan Blasts Omid Scobie
Piers Morgan took to X the morning after naming the senior members of the royal family allegedly involved in the race row around Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children.
The royals were reportedly named in the Dutch version of Omid Scobie’s new book Endgame after a translation error, which Piers slated during his evening talk show on TalkTV earlier this week.
As the scandal continues to embroil the nation, the 58-year-old revealed paparazzi were waiting outside of his home and issued them a candid warning on the social media platform.
He wrote: “Memo to the paparazzi waiting outside my house: I won’t be leaving for the studio until 6pm but will do a pic for you then.
“Just don’t want you standing around in the freezing cold all day.”
Piers’ sarcastic wit shone through to his fans, with many jokingly applauding him for being “so kind”, with one writing in the comments: “Hahaha. Very cordial of you.”
Others took the opportunity to slam the journalist himself, as one joked: “Piers hired that guy so that he can tweet this.”
Some suggested he was “too kind” to give them such a specific timeslot and guarantee a quick photo op.
Others recommended he “take them out to tea” while one accused him of “mellowing” his attitude towards paparazzi.
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On Wednesday’s episode of Piers Morgan Uncensored, the former newspaper editor sparked outrage when he named the two senior royals named in a Dutch version of Endgame who were allegedly concerned about the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s child.
The bombshell comments first surfaced during the Sussexes interview with Oprah Winfrey, and while Omid Scobie’s new book Endgame largely kept the royals anonymous, the Dutch version reportedly did identify them.
Piers justified his decision to name the alleged parties on his show saying that the British public had a “right to know”.
The author has since denied naming the royals in his book, blaming an “error” in the translation while the publishers announced that the Dutch version is being “recalled and pulped” after the scandalous mistake was spotted but will return to shelves in the Netherlands once it has been fixed.
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