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Piers Morgan has predicted Prince William will be "spitting blood" over claims Kate Middleton made Meghan Markle cry.
During a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan opened up about allegations she had made the Duchess of Cambridge cry weeks before her wedding to Prince Harry.
Meghan shut down the claims and instead said the situation had been reversed, with Kate later buying her flowers as an apology.
With a panel of guests on Good Morning Britain, Piers suggested the Duke of Cambridge would be furious once he watched the interview play out.
A guest remarked: "This is just a desperately sad family situation. I know Harry says he hopes that time will heal those family bonds. My goodness, it’s going to be harder after this interview."
Piers then branded the comments made about Kate as a "betrayal" on Harry and Meghan’s behalf, predicting the fallout in the Royal family.
He said: "I think William is absolutely going to be spitting blood about the way Meghan Markle took down his wife on national TV.
"I think he’s going to be seething at the betrayal."
The revelation came when Oprah asked about the press coverage of her life as a Royal, referring to one alleged incident which saw Kate left in tears.
She wondered: "What about the story ‘You made Kate cry?"
"I heard about that one," Meghan replied. "That was a turning point. That was when everything changed"
When Oprah asked her whether she had made Kate cry, Meghan responded: "No. The reverse happened.
"She was upset about something. She owned it and bought me flowers."
The Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting her second child with husband Harry, went on to make it clear she had no intention to speak badly of Kate.
She added: "Everyone in the institution knew it wasn't true.
"I am not sharing that piece about Kate to be in any way disparaging about her.
"I would hope that she would want that to be corrected. Kate apologised for making me cry. I have forgiven her."
The former actress, who rose to fame on the cast of Suits, went on to describe the situation as a "hero and villain" narrative fuelled by the media.
She said: "Kate is a 'good person'. I can see now what layers were at play there.
"They really seem to want a narrative of a hero and a villain."
Good Morning Britain airs on weekdays at 6am on ITV.
- Good Morning Britain
- Meghan Markle
- Piers Morgan
- Prince Harry
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