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Piers Morgan did not hold back as he reacted to the announcement of Prince Harry's new memoir.
Former Good Morning Britain star Piers, 56, reacted on his Twitter, as news of Harry's "intimate" and "heartfelt" memoir was announced.
Piers replied to a tweet from ITV's royal editor Chris Ship, which read: "NEW: Prince Harry will write his memoirs
"@penguinrandom calls it an “intimate and heartfelt memoir from one of the most fascinating and influential global figures of our time”.
"He will share his “adventures, losses, and life lessons” says the publisher. Out in late 2022".
Outspoken star Piers, who recently turned down I'm A Celebrity, reacted with: "You’ve got to be f*cking joking?????", alongside two laughing face emojis.
He later replied to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's biographer Omid Scobie's tweet, which read: "Prince Harry is ready to tell his story. @penguinrandom announced today that the Duke of Sussex will publish “an intimate and heartfelt memoir” in late 2022.
"It will be “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him.”"
Piers couldn't help but mock Prince Harry as he said the Duke "hasn't stopped yapping" in another scathing post.
He wrote: "Ready to tell his story? [laughing face emoji] [laughing face emoji] Prince Privacy hasn’t stopped yapping, whining & trashing his family all bloody year."
Earlier this year, Piers quit Good Morning Britain after refusing to apologise for his scathing rants about Harry's wife Meghan Markle.
TV presenter Piers, who recently blasted Love Island protocols, stormed off the set of GMB after he was criticised by Alex Beresford for his comments on the Duchess of Sussex, 39.
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He later refused to apologise and stepped down from his hosting role alongside Susanna Reid.
Piers' rants broke Ofcom records as he sparked the highest number of complaints to the TV regulator in its history.
He later discussed his decision to step down from his hosting role. He said: "Mid-afternoon, Kevin Lygo, ITV's Director of Television, who I'd spoken to several times since yesterday, rang to say we were now 'on the cliff edge' and either I apologised, or I would have to leave GMB.
"And even if I did apologise, that wouldn't be the end of it. The woke brigade would keep coming for me, demanding I apologise for everything else they find offensive – which of course, is absolutely everything."
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