Piers Morgan slams Prince Harry & Meghan Markle in harsh rant after pal says he’s finding Hollywood life ‘challenging’

PIERS Morgan has slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a harsh rant, after claims the duke is finding Hollywood life “challenging.”

The Good Morning Britain host said he has no sympathy for Harry’s “plight” after he stepped down as a senior royal and moved to California.

Piers said: “This grates because they are currently in a mansion, which they are probably not even paying for, in Malibu, in Los Angeles, self-isolating having to do nothing at all.

“Nobody wants to hear about Prince Harry’s challenging life. 

“We don’t want to hear about the struggle and battle of celebrities in multi-million-pound mansions.”

His comments follow Dame Jane Goodall, a friend of the couple, saying she has been in touch with the duke after he quit royal duties to move to Canada then LA with Meghan and baby Archie.

The world-renowned activist believes she may have been one of the first people outside the family to hold Archie after she was invited to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor last summer.

Dr Goodall told the Radio Times: "I don’t know how his career is going to map out, but, yes, I’ve been in touch – though I think he’s finding life a bit challenging right now."

Piers said earlier this week how the other members of the Royal Family have done a “great job” during the crisis.

Piers appeared to make a sly dig at the couple, and said: “I’ve got to hand it to the Royal Family, the ones who stayed in the country…

“I’ve got to hand it to them and say they’ve done a great job of what they should be doing, which is just being comforters and consolers for the nation, stable and calm.”

Just last week, Piers angrily ranted about the launch of Harry and Meghan's new foundation amid the coronavirus crisis.

Piers retweeted a Sky News report about the couple's Archewell foundation and hit out at the timing.

He wrote: "Total number of f***s the British public give about these two announcing their ‘plans’ from Hollywood right now: 0."

The royal family has been keeping busy during the pandemic, with Prince William video-calling volunteers at the Moorlands Community Charity, who deliver hot meals to those who are housebound.

Kate Middleton and Prince William also thanked teachers looking after children of key workers during a virtual visit.

The Queen released her first ever Easter message during her 68-year reign and promised Easter "is not cancelled" as she addressed the nation for a second weekend in a row.

Prince Charles opened the  coronavirus hospital NHS Nightingale via video link, and Camilla has joined the 750,000-strong army of ‘National Help Service’ volunteers working to support the most vulnerable.

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