‘Don’t know what the hell’s happened!’ Piers Morgan says Prince Harry is ‘unrecognisable

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PIERS MORGAN has once again hit out at Prince Harry over his latest public appearance, in which he discussed mental health.

Piers Morgan, 56, has not held back in his criticism of Prince Harry, 37, who he slammed for pouring out “gormless gibberish” in a new discussion about his views on mental health issues. The Duke of Sussex’s latest virtual appearance, hosted by personal coaching company BetterUp on Thursday, saw him candidly discuss his mental health.

Harry, who last year was named chief impact officer of BetterUp, admitted he had previously struggled with “burnout”.

He described the feeling of burnout as “getting to the very end of everything I had, any fuel, any steam in the engine”.

As a result of this experience, the Duke now focuses on self-care every day to prioritise his mental health.


But in a new column for The Sun’s Fabulous Magazine, Piers said the Duke had become “totally unrecognisable” from the person “who we all thought we knew” as a member of the Royal Family, before his explosive exit alongside wife Meghan Markle.

Piers also criticised the Duke’s “self-serving moaning guff”, as he claimed Harry’s mental health conversations were “damaging” to his own wellbeing.

He penned: “Yet in a year that should be dedicated to celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, he is busy finishing off an autobiography that will inevitably ruin it with more royal-bashing tirades.

“Doubtless, it will also contain a lot more self-serving moaning guff about his ‘struggles’.

“But I don’t want to hear any more of it, and I’m sure I’m not alone.

“I don’t know what the hell’s happened to Harry.

“I do know that his incessant rabbiting about his mental health, for huge financial gain, is now damaging MY mental health.”
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The former Good Morning Britain host concluded: “For the love of God, SHUT UP, you privileged little twerp.”

Piers had already lashed out at the Duke yesterday in a scathing Twitter post in view of his 7.9 million followers.

The broadcaster quote-tweeted a clip via BetterUp’s official account of Prince Harry’s speech.

The caption read: “Prince Harry gets it: doing Inner Work can be tough, but it’s a solid foundation to build on.

“And once you get all of that sorted out, everything else seems to fall into place.”

In the clip, Harry said: “Mental health is the pinnacle. It’s what you’re aiming for and the road towards that can be really bumpy.

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