Piers Morgan set for tell-all of his ‘real truth’ after Good Morning Britain axe

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Piers Morgan has promised to tell his 'real truth' for the first time since his Good Morning Britain axe.

The outspoken presenter quit the hit ITV show earlier this month amid a row over Meghan Markle.

Apart from a few shorts posts online, Piers is yet to give his full version of events.

However, on Sunday that is set to change.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday morning, the former newspaper editor shared and advert for his Mail on Sunday column.

The paper clipping read: "Piers Morgan: The Real Truth."

It continued: "Breaking his silence on Meghan, Oprah, racism, the Royals and quitting GMB – the explosive inside story you don't want to miss."

Posting to his seven million followers, Piers added: "COMING TOMORROW… Everyone else has had their say, now I’ll have mine – only in the Mail on Sunday."

Piers quit Good Morning Britain at the start of the month after a live TV clash with Alex Beresford.

Piers, 55, ended up storming off GMB after the bitter row escalated in front of the nation.

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Piers, who has made no secret of his displeasure for Prince Harry's wife, said he doesn't believe a word the former Suits actress said during her Oprah tell-all, adding he wanted more context on the alleged racist comment made about her then unborn baby's skin.

Alex insisted that the comment was wrong and should never be downplayed.

The IT weatherman since took to Instagram to give his side of the showdown.

Alex penned: "Over the last few years, Piers and I have had a lively, cheeky on-air relationship.

"We both wanted to be on the show Tuesday morning, and from our very public conversations on Twitter, we both knew how strongly our opinions differed on the treatment of Harry and Meghan pre and post the interview that has split the world.

"I hoped we could reach a place of understanding. It's sad that we weren't able to get there, but challenging his opinion was not an outrage. On this occasion, we have to agree to disagree.

"I didn't want him to quit, but I did want him to listen. Personally, Piers has always supported my growth. He's given me advice on several occasions and for that I am grateful. I wish him well!"

  • Piers Morgan
  • Meghan Markle
  • Good Morning Britain

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