Meghan and Harry: Piers Morgan slams ‘PR stunt’ in 2020
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Piers Morgan, 56, praised Black Cab drivers on Twitter today as they ferried military veterans to and from yesterday’s Remembrance service for free. The former Good Morning Britain presenter posted a picture along with a message to his 7.9 million followers.
They’re the best cabbies in the world.
Piers posted a picture of black cabs in a line in London, along with a message praising the workers.
He penned: “Once again, London’s Black Cab drivers ferried military veterans to and from yesterday’s Remembrance Service, for free.
“Great people doing a great job for great people.
“That’s why they’re the best cabbies in the world.”
Members of the public were quick to flock to the comments to express their view on Piers’ statement.
JakeHall90 said: “I’d rather they didn’t overcharge everyone else all year round.”
Janemckay3920 added: “This kindness and the heroism yesterday show that this country still cares and has the courage previous generations have installed in us.”
Softlysoftly commented: “We never see the good things on the front page.”
Piers recently expressed his concern that the Queen won’t be in attendance at yesterday’s National Festival of Remembrance.
He wrote: “There’s something we’re not being told about the Queen’s health, it’s clearly a more serious situation than the Palace is saying.”
In a follow-up tweet, the presenter posted another message ahead of the Remembrance Day service.
Piers penned: “Remember them, and Her Majesty, today at 11am,” which he accompanied with a photo of the Queen.
Social media users flocked to comment on the post, as they offered their well wishes to Her Majesty.
Twitter user Crispin wrote: “Well, a sprained back means she’s immobile- so that would do it.”
NikiKusto commented: “She’s heartbroken. Her husband/soulmate is gone.”
Jac added: “She is such an iconic woman, her age being what it is, the loss of her beloved husband must be taking its toll.
“I wish her only the best, and yes, there probably is a more serious scenario, but we keep being told how health is a private matter, so let’s wait until she speaks!”
In a statement, Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen, having sprained her back, has decided this morning with great regret that she will not be able to attend today’s Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph.
“Her Majesty is disappointed that she will miss the service.”
The Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Earl and Countess of Wessex and The Princess Royal attended as planned.
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