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Piers Morgan has again hit out at the behaviour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The former Good Morning Britain presenter appeared on Fox News on Monday night to chat to broadcaster Sean Hannity.

And the 56-year-old didn't hold back as he criticised Harry and Meghan once more for their "ridiculous behaviour".

The American host appeared to goad Piers into the discussion at the start of their chat.

The 59-year-old admitted he thought that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were hypocrites for calling the First Amendment "bonkers" while also using freedom of speech to trash the Royal Family.

After setting up the conversation for Piers to continue without actually asking a question, Piers replied: "Yeah, I think it's completely ridiculous.

Piers Morgan slammed Meghan and Harry's behaviour to Sean Hannity on Monday

"These two want to have their royal cake and eat it. They're very happy to trade off their royal titles, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, when it comes to negotiating hundreds of millions of dollars with companies like Spotify and Netflix.

"But at the same time they want the right to trash the Royal Family and the monarchy, and therefore the Queen who's the head of the monarchy, on global television repeatedly now. They keep doing this.

"I think it's sickening to people over here in the UK. We've just seen the Queen with the American president, Joe Biden, and you can see what a magnificent lady she is."

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Piers praised the Queen for the length of time she's been on the throne and called her a "remarkable person who puts duty first".

He continued: "It seems to me that Meghan and Harry don't even understand the concept of duty. It is rankly hypocritical and I think it sticks in people's gullets over here."

Piers once again claimed Meghan made 17 "untrue" statements in her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey and questioned at what point he's allowed to not have to apologise for disbelieving somebody he calls a "liar".

The fallout has been a huge talking point across the globe in the months since the explosive interview with many people split on their opinion.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in their explosive chat with Oprah Winfrey in March
(Image: Harpo Productions/Joe Pugliese v)

And while Piers continues to criticise the behaviour of the pair, there could still be the chance to build bridges between Harry, Meghan and the Royal Family.

Reports suggest that Harry reached out to sister-in-law Kate Middleton via text shortly after the birth of Lilibet, whose name has again divided the public's opinion.

Harry's move comes as experts hail Kate's growing influence as the "glue" holding the Royal Family together.

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And as the Queen attended the G7 summit in Cornwall, she also appeared to give a special nod to her grandson and Meghan.

The 95-year-old wore the Millet Brooch, which is thought to have a sentimental link to the pair.

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