Piers Morgan calls for Meghan and Harry to name Royal who questioned Archie’s skin color

Piers Morgan has renewed his call for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name the Royal Family member who they claim questioned ‘how dark’ Archie’s skin would be. 

Morgan, DailyMail.com’s Editor-at-Large, made his latest demand for an identification in the second half of his two-part interview with Extra‘s Billy Bush aired Wednesday.   

During Meghan and Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month, the duchess claimed that someone in ‘The Firm’ had raised ‘concerns’ about ‘how dark’ Archie’s skin would be before he was born because she is mixed-race and Harry is white. 

The couple refused to explicitly name the person in question because it would be ‘damaging’ to them but said it was not Queen Elizabeth or Prince Philip.  

Morgan reignited speculation in his interview with Bush, saying: ‘[Meghan] hasn’t named who that person is, so everybody is in the frame, apart from the Queen and Prince Philip, who they magnanimously removed from the frame.

‘Was there a problem about the skin color of this child in the eyes of the Royal? If it were, if this is how it was done, then I want to know who that Royal is because I’m paying for them as a British taxpayer. I don’t want to be paying for a racist.’

Piers Morgan renewed his call for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name the Royal Family member who they claim questioned 'how dark' Archie's skin would be in an interview with Extra's Billy Bush aired Wednesday

Piers Morgan renewed his call for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name the Royal Family member who they claim questioned 'how dark' Archie's skin would be in an interview with Extra's Billy Bush aired Wednesday

Piers Morgan renewed his call for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name the Royal Family member who they claim questioned ‘how dark’ Archie’s skin would be in an interview with Extra’s Billy Bush aired Wednesday 

During Meghan and Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month, the duchess claimed that someone in 'The Firm' had raised 'concerns' about 'how dark' Archie's skin would be before he was born because she is mixed-race and Harry is white

During Meghan and Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month, the duchess claimed that someone in 'The Firm' had raised 'concerns' about 'how dark' Archie's skin would be before he was born because she is mixed-race and Harry is white

During Meghan and Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month, the duchess claimed that someone in ‘The Firm’ had raised ‘concerns’ about ‘how dark’ Archie’s skin would be before he was born because she is mixed-race and Harry is white

Morgan also predicted a frosty reunion of Harry and his brother Prince William when they meet this summer to mark their late mother Princess Diana’s 60th birthday. 

‘I can’t see how they can stand next to each other, William and Harry, after what’s happened,’ he said. 

Asked during the Oprah interview how he would characterize his relationship with William, Harry replied: ‘Space.’ 

Meghan had also painted William’s wife, Kate Middleton, in a bad light by describing a pre-wedding row with her sister-in-law that ended with her in tears.  

William and Harry spoke by phone after the interview, but Gayle King on CBS revealed that the conversation was ‘unproductive’.

William was said to be furious that Harry had discussed their private call with a journalist, and has told those around him that he can no longer trust his brother.

He is said to be desperate to give his side of the story, but, constrained by his role and by not wanting to further upset his grandmother and father, unable to do so. 

Morgan predicted a frosty reunion of Harry and his brother Prince William when they meet this summer to mark their late mother Princess Diana's 60th birthday

Morgan predicted a frosty reunion of Harry and his brother Prince William when they meet this summer to mark their late mother Princess Diana's 60th birthday

Morgan predicted a frosty reunion of Harry and his brother Prince William when they meet this summer to mark their late mother Princess Diana’s 60th birthday

Bush also asked Morgan who he thinks the public has sided with in the wake of the interview, Harry and Meghan or the Palace.  

Morgan didn’t mince words, saying: ‘The Queen is immeasurably more popular, she’s been on the throne for 68 years. 

‘Meghan and Harry are now just a pair of celebrity hucksters trading off their royal titles to sign massive deals with Netflix, Spotify, and so on whilst also saying they hate the institution of the royals and the monarchy… but not enough to give up the royal titles which are making them all this money. I think that’s rank hypocrisy.’

At the end of the interview Bush questioned where Morgan’s career is headed after he resigned from Good Morning Britain last month amid criticism over his comments about the Oprah interview. 

Asked if he has plans to work with Fox News – after sitting down with one of the network’s top hosts Tucker Carlson for his first post-GMB-exit interview earlier this week –  Morgan said: ‘No – but you never know what may happen.’

‘I’ve been gratified by the number of job offers I’ve had from Britain and America. I’m considering a number of them,’ he added.

‘I’m going to take my time and then hopefully come back with something fun, exciting, and my message to the cancel culture mob is: “I wouldn’t celebrate too long. I don’t think I’ll be canceled much longer.”‘

In the first part of his interview with Bush, which aired Tuesday night, Morgan revealed that he’s received messages on behalf of members of the Royal Family thanking him for ‘standing up for them’ in the wake of Harry and Meghan’s interview. 

‘I’ve had some messages communicated to me on behalf on several members of the Royal Family,’ Morgan said.

He would not reveal if it was senior members of the Royal Family who had communicated the messages.  

‘I’m not going to go into who it was… but gratitude that somebody was standing up,’ he said. 

He also addressed the backlash he’s faced after saying he didn’t believe a word of Meghan’s interview and slamming her for insinuating that the Royal Family was racist. 

‘There’s been an attempt to cancel me. There’ve been many attempts like this before, and somehow I remain resolutely uncanceled,’ Morgan said. 

‘In the end, I was required to apologize for disbelieving Meghan Markle, who I don’t believe – and I believe, which is ironic, that you should not believe somebody if you don’t want to,’ Morgan said of his departure from GMB on March 9. 

In the aftermath, there were reports Markle had personally contacted the boss of the ITV network, Morgan’s former employer, to complain about him. 

Morgan said he wasn’t aware Markle had contacted the network until after he left. 

‘It was certainly a very interesting revelation from where I sit, because clearly she was trying to put huge pressure on my bosses to take action against me,’ he said. 

The network received 57,000 complaints about Morgan following his Markle comments, which he said came from an ‘online mob’ that made death threats against his family, including his sons. 

‘My wife’s always been completely supportive about this, but she hates the online abuse. The idea my sons had to be targeted by so-called liberals in a way that was threatening to them, abusive to them is completely disgusting,’ he said.     

Asked by Bush what he was say to Markle now given the chance, Morgan said he would ask her to sit down for an interview so he could put some ‘difficult questions’ to her.

‘I would say to Meghan Markle, ‘Look… sit down with me with your husband for an equally long interview… and let me ask you more difficult questions about all your claims,’ Morgan said. 

‘But let me ask you a wider question, which is this: If you hate the royal family that much, why do you keep your royal titles? Why would you do that if it’s just not to make millions and millions of dollars?’

Morgan revealed he has had messages on behalf of members of the Royal Family expressing 'gratitude someone was standing up for them' in the wake of Harry and Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview last month

Morgan revealed he has had messages on behalf of members of the Royal Family expressing 'gratitude someone was standing up for them' in the wake of Harry and Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview last month

Morgan revealed he has had messages on behalf of members of the Royal Family expressing ‘gratitude someone was standing up for them’ in the wake of Harry and Meghan’s Oprah Winfrey interview last month

His appearance on Extra came after Morgan gave his first wide-ranging TV interview in the wake of the controversy to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Monday.

During that interview, Morgan doubled down on his criticism of Meghan and Harry, saying he finds their ‘smearing’ of the Royals and the Queen ‘disgusting’.

He also pointed out that the only member of the family forced to apologize for racism has been Harry.

The Prince had made a video diary in 2006, while in the British army, in which he describes an Asian member of his platoon as ‘our little Pak* friend’.  

Morgan said: ‘I have met the Royals many times and I don’t believe they are racist at all.

‘In fact, the only member of the Royal Family who has had to publicly apologize for being racist is Prince Harry, who a few years ago had to apologize after using a deeply offensive racist term about a Pakistani soldier, that he was working with.

‘And he used other racial slurs as well in that story which was published by a British tabloid.

‘Which may explain his hatred for the British tabloids.’

A year before, he was forced to make a public apology for wearing a Nazi swastika at a fancy dress party.  

‘He’s the only one. Isn’t that ironic? That wasn’t mentioned by Oprah Winfrey – and it should have been,’ Morgan said.  

Morgan also took issue on Monday with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex making allegations of racism without naming the specific individuals involved.

They claimed that someone senior within the family had asked how dark their son Archie’s skin would be. 

Morgan's appearance on Extra came after he gave his first wide-ranging TV interview in the wake of the controversy to Fox News' Tucker Carlson on Monday (pictured)

Morgan's appearance on Extra came after he gave his first wide-ranging TV interview in the wake of the controversy to Fox News' Tucker Carlson on Monday (pictured)

Morgan’s appearance on Extra came after he gave his first wide-ranging TV interview in the wake of the controversy to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Monday (pictured) 

Morgan said that he wanted to know more about the context, including whether the remarks were innocent and harmless or with a malicious undertone.

He also noted how both he and his friend Sharon Osbourne, who defended Morgan for voicing his opinions, had been forced from their jobs.

Osbourne left daytime chat show The Talk on March 26 after a heated row on March 10 when she defended his right to air his views.

‘If you’re going to accuse people of racism – and I have a real vested interest in this debate, because I have been accused of racism simply for disbelieving Meghan Markle, who we now know was not telling the truth throughout that interview.

‘And I feel very angry about that, and very aggrieved about that. 

‘And I have seen friends of mine, like Sharon Osbourne, being removed from their job for defending me, because apparently they were defending a racist.

‘I have seen Don Lemon at CNN, the guy who sits in my old office, who I thought was a friend, actually say on his show that I had committed an act of racism by disbelieving somebody. That’s an act of racism?

‘So you have the Queen, and frankly every member of the royal family, is still smeared with the idea it may have been them who expressed concern over the skin color of Archie. Well, did they? And if so, who was it?

‘As a British taxpayer, who helps pay for the royal family, I would like to know, actually, if there is a real racist inside the palace.’

Prince Harry subsequently told Winfrey that it was not the Queen or Prince Philip.

Morgan also called into question Winfrey’s conduct during the interview, asking why she didn’t press for more answers or clarification.

‘My problem with this whole interview is that these incredibly damaging allegations were tossed out there, and none of them were challenged properly,’ he said. ‘None of them were challenged based on actual reality. None of them were asked, well, who is this person?’  

He also went on to say that 17 claims made by the couple have since been proven to be false, exaggerated or are unverifiable.

Harry and Meghan made at least 17 claims in their Oprah interview which can be categorized as either disproven, exaggerated or unverifiable

Harry and Meghan made at least 17 claims in their Oprah interview which can be categorized as either disproven, exaggerated or unverifiable

Harry and Meghan made at least 17 claims in their Oprah interview which can be categorized as either disproven, exaggerated or unverifiable

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