PIERS Morgan pretended to vomit into a bin live on Good Morning Britain as he ranted about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s podcast.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed a £30million deal with Spotify to launch their own podcast.
Prince Harry and Meghan giggled and hummed Christmas songs during a heavily scripted three-minute trailer released by the audio streaming service.
However, Piers clearly didn’t enjoy the podcast snippet – as he pretended to vomit into a bin.
After removing the bin from his face, he said: “I’m so sorry, how awkward?”
Piers then added: “But underneath the vomit-making, look, if they want to do vomit-making podcasts – it’s entirely their right – but it boils down once again, what are they thinking at Buckingham Palace?
“These two are still the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, they’re still royals. They don’t do any of the nasty stuff, you know the wet Wednesday at the care home in Stoke-on-Trent.
“They’ve bailed out of all that. And they’re now making gazillions doing all these commercial – very commercial deals – which is absolutely fine except they’re only making the money because they’re the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Otherwise they wouldn’t make a bean.”
The Archewell Audio podcast, which begins later this month, is the pair’s latest lucrative deal since they split from the Royal Family and vowed to become financially independent.
One insider said: “Meghan was the driving force behind it. The initial multi-year deal is worth in excess of £30million with a view to extending it within six months.”
Spotify says it will “uplift and entertain audiences”.
In yesterday’s trailer for the podcast, Harry says: “Shall we start? Ladies first?”
A giggling Meghan replies, telling her husband: “No, say it because I think it sounds really nice with your accent.”
Prince Harry then says: “Hi guys, I’m Harry” before Meghan adds: “And I’m Meghan” – with the pair choosing not to use their royal titles.
Meghan, 39, then says with a more serious tone: “One of the things my husband and I have always talked about is our passion for meeting people and hearing their stories.
“And no matter what the story they usually offer an understanding of where someone else is coming from and, in some way, remind you of a story about yourself.”
Harry, 36, added: “And that is what this story is all about.
“To bring forward different perspectives and voices that perhaps you haven’t heard before and find our common ground.
“Because when that happens change really is possible.”
In January, Meghan and Harry sent shockwaves through the Royal Family when they announced they were quitting as senior royals in order to become “financially independent” while “continuing to uphold the values of Her Majesty.”
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