‘Awks!’ says Piers Morgan in response to Prince Harry addressing the GQ Awards on ‘news misrepresentation.’


‘Awks!’ says Piers Morgan in response to Prince Harry addressing the GQ Awards on ‘news misrepresentation.’

PIERS MORGAN has spoken out in response to Prince Harry’s sermon on “news disinformation” at the GQ Awards last night.

Piers Morgan took to Twitter this morning to respond to an article claiming that he was present at the GQ Awards when Prince Harry complained about “news distortion.” Because of his 7.9 million followers, the TV host posted the news article online.

“Harry educates GQ audience on ‘news misrepresentation’ with Piers Morgan sitting right there,” said the first tweet from the online publication.

As he re-shared the post, Piers wrote, “#awks.”

The 56-year-old former newspaper editor and his wife Celia Walden attended the London award event, while Prince Harry appeared via video link.

During his surprise appearance, the Duke of Sussex, 36, denounced anti-vaccination activists who “peddle lies and fears” to cause vaccine apprehension.

The prince was in attendance at the Men of the Year Awards to deliver an award to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine team.

He went on to explain that “we are all at risk” until everyone can get the Covid vaccine.

Then Harry suggested that hesitancy could be due to “massive disinformation.”

“Doesn’t it seem like there’s a lot of disinformation In the comments portion of Piers’ article, one social media user said, “They truly are the gift that keeps on giving.”

“I’m sure you enjoyed it… Another person added, “I would have.”

A third remarked, “Heard he got a standing ovation #awks.”

“Prince Harry is still dedicated to discussing vaccinations. A fourth individual said, “I love a coherent duke.”

“Prince Harry appears to be in great shape. And he appears to be in good spirits,” another added.

It comes after Ofcom cleared ITV after Piers Morgan’s comments regarding Prince Harry’s bride Meghan Markle on Good Morning Britain in March.

Piers stated that he did not believe the Duchess of Sussex during her sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey.


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The shows that broadcast on March 8 and 9 drew nearly 60,000 complaints, making them the most complained-about moments in the history of the television regulators.

As he was confronted by co-star Susanna Reid and royal editor Chris Ship, Ofcom found the network had offered viewers with protection from “possibly dangerous and very insulting utterances.”

The conclusion concluded, “It was legitimate for this program to explore and scrutinize such allegations, including their truth.”

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