Piers Morgan returns to TV for first time since quitting Good Morning Britain in tell-all interview about Meghan Markle

PIERS Morgan is giving a tell-all interview about Meghan Markle after she made an official complaint that led to him quitting Good Morning Britain.

The 55-year-old presenter will go on US television to lift the lid on the ex-Suits actress who complained to ITV's CEO hours before he quit the breakfast show.

It's the first time he's been back on television since refusing to apologise for saying he didn't believe Meghan in her interview with Oprah Winfrey.

On Monday he will appear on Fox Nation's Tucker Carlson Today show – and it's bound to be explosive.

The hour-long show will give fans the chance to see Piers back on-screen and hear what really happened to make him quit Good Morning Britain.

The presenter came under fire for his comments about not believing Meghan's claim she had been turned away from the Palace when she asked for help following suicidal thoughts.

He has since called Meghan a “fake virtue-signalling hypocrite” – and blasted Oprah for failing to challenge the Duchess.

He has also accused Prince Harry's wife of “ruthlessly exploiting her royal titles for financial gain”.

On the same day Piers quit, the outspoken TV host stormed off after becoming engaged in a row with co-star Alex Beresford.

Piers was told to apologise on air, but refused and chose to walk instead.

Piers has been on the ITV show since 2015 where he has fought off thousands of Ofcom complainsts for his robust interviewing style.

But on his last day on air, Piers said he "didn't believe a word" of Meghan's claims she was "suicidal" and suffered issues with her mental health while a Royal.

The 39-year-old Duchess told Oprah Winfrey she felt like she "didn't want to be alive anymore" in her bombshell TV interview.

He also got into an on-air argument with weatherman Alex and stormed off set.

He returned to the set almost 20 minutes later, where he called out Alex for "launching a personal derogatory attack" on someone that he works with.

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