MEGHAN Markle seems to have captivated the Australians in his short stay, but at home, the problems are brewing with an influential station that qualifies as false and false.
Former tabloid editor Piers Morgan, now Good Morning Britain Host, was scathing with the pregnant duchess in a live rave on UK television this morning [local time].
The hosts talked about Australia's real tour and observed the vision of the couple's visit to Dubbo affected by the drought when Morgan was unleashed in the 37-year-old pilot.
"She's an actress, she's acting very well right now."
Not long after Morgan sent on Twitter a picture of a hypnotized Meghan looking at Prince Harry with the caption: "Once an actress …"
Morgan's hosts made fun of him because Meghan ignored him one night when they crossed into London, but he said that had nothing to do with it.
Co-host Susanna Reid said: "You still can not let it go, can you Piers? The fact that she left the pub that day and never spoke with you again.
He denied that this was the case. "It's a red light when people behave like that, in a strange way … the ax went down, like it did with dad, got rid of it … all the members of his family … worrying … "
Twitter users thought their comments were funny, but they stopped Meghan for ignoring him.
"I do not blame Megan for ignoring her family, after seeing the way they have behaved, I would do it too." As for ignoring Piers, I feel for anyone who comes in contact with him, "said one. .
Another wrote: "As much as I hate @piersmorgan, he's golden tv." His comments about Megan Kardashian Markle were very funny.
But it is probable that the Duchess of Sussex does not worry given the reaction that she and Harry have in all the places that go in Australia.
In Dubbo, Prince Harry spoke to the crowd about the need for a community to stay together.
"You should not suffer in silence and, if I can speak personally, we are all in this together, because asking for help was one of the best decisions I have made."
"I think it's lovely that they have gone off the beaten track and gone out to Dubbo to talk to people affected by the drought," Warren, Audrey Weston, told AAP.
"He offered to stay for two weeks so we could have a little more rain."
His first official commitment in Dubbo was in the dedication of a new plane to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
They finished the day with a visit to the Dubbo College Senior Campus. The captain of the school, Grace Gower, said that they felt privileged to choose their school to visit, and that they were also grateful to have brought the rain.