Piers Morgan blasts Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for excluding Prince Charles and Thomas Markle in call for compassion
PIERS Morgan has slammed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's call for "compassion" as they launched their new website for Archwell.
The outspoken GMB presenter took to Twitter to brand the pair "Ginge and Cringe" and accused them of "airbrushing" their dads, Prince Charles and Thomas Markle out of the picture.
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The royal couple launched their new website with a touching nod to both their mums, including two cute snaps of the pair as babies – Harry with Diana and Meghan with Doria.
It also included a poem that invited people to join them to "build a better world one act of compassion at a time."
The poem, titled A Letter for 2021, begins: "I am my mother’s son. And I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell," before going on to describe how they witnessed "the best of humanity" from their "mothers and strangers alike".
But taking to Twitter, Piers Morgan said: "Sadly, Ginge & Cringe’s ‘compassion’ and ‘humanity’ doesn’t extend to either of their fathers, both of whom have been airbrushed out of this nauseating bilge."
He also accompanied the scathing tweet with three sick-face emojis.
And in a follow up tweet replying to someone who asked him: "You really don't like them, do you Piers?" he blasted: "No. I think they’re a pair of vapid little wastrels".
He continued the couple were "exploiting their royal titles for vast commercial gain whilst doing none of the duty that being a member of the Royal Family entails."
The tirade concluded: "It’s shameless, shameful & the Queen should stop them doing it by removing the titles."
Mr Morgan's words come after the couple have been involved in a string of public tiffs.
Meghan Markle famously had a rather public falling out with her dad, as the pair waged a battle via the press.
It is understood Thomas, who prior to Meg's royal marriage had been very close with his daughter, now has very little contact with his daughter whatsoever.
And Harry and William are also thought not to be on speaking terms after the two royal couples' relationship came to an end.
But Piers himself isn't exempt from the list – after he claimed Meghan "ghosted" him when she married Prince Harry.
The GMB host, 53, says he was friendly with Meghan when she was a TV actress, but she has now turned her back on their friendship.
And he hasn't been shy in making his feelings known toward the royal couple in his regular slot on GMB, on social media – or anywhere else.
The calls for compassion from the couple on their new website were also accompanied by announcements of upcoming partnerships between their foundation and several tech and research-focused groups to pursue their aims.
A Letter for 2021
HERE is the full poem featured on the new Archwell website.
"I am my mother’s son. And I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell.
"We believe in the best of humanity. Because we have seen the best of humanity. We have experienced compassion and kindness.
"From our mothers and strangers alike. In the face of fear, struggle and pain, it can be easy to lose sight of this.
"Together, we can choose courage, healing, and connection. Together, we can choose to put compassion in action.
"We invite you to join us. As we work to build a better world. One act of compassion at a time."
The organisations include the Center for Humane Technology which works to create more compassionate online communities.
It comes after Prince Harry slammed social media as a "crisis of hate" while Meghan revealed the trolling she had received online was "almost unsurvivable".
The website also promoted the couple's Spotify and Netflix deals that are under the umbrella of Archwell.
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