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Piers Morgan thinks ‘almost everything’, according to the Duchess of Sussex, is ‘*** bulls’.

The 57-year-old presenter quit his job on ‘Good Morning Britain’ last year after refusing to apologize for accusing Meghan of lying during her tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, and he still stands by his comments about the old “Suits”. star.

He said: “The mystery about ITV was that I was hired specifically to have strong opinions.

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“That’s why the way I had to leave at the end was so absurd. I gave a sincere opinion.

“It’s an opinion I always have. I still don’t believe a word Meghan Markle says.

“I think almost everything that comes out of his mouth is real *** bulls.”

The TalkTV personality went on to slam the timing of Meghan’s interview with Oprah, which aired just weeks before the death of her husband Prince Harry’s grandfather, Prince Philip.

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He added to Heat magazine: “We’re talking about someone who was on national television, apparently trashing our royal family, trashing the monarchy, humiliating the Queen, all while Prince Philip was gravely ill and then later died. .

“I thought it was utterly disgraceful and totally disgraceful – it was all a prank.”

Hours after Oprah’s tell-all interview aired in the US on March 7 last year, Piers lambasted the Duchess on ‘Good Morning Britain’.

He fumed: “I’m sorry, I don’t believe a word she says. I wouldn’t believe her if she read me a weather report. The fact that she voiced an attack on our Royal Family is despicable. .”

The following day he walked off camera in a heated argument with meteorologist Alex Beresford, who accused him of unfairly “trashing” the Duchess.

Piers left the program later that day after apparently refusing to apologize for his comments. He was later cleared of any wrongdoing by airing the Ofcom watchdog.