‘She is in desperate need of victory.’ After the Ofcom decision, Meghan Markle was chastised for not backing down.
According to royal analyst Angela Levin, Meghan Markle will “fight very hard” to overturn the Ofcom decision in Piers Morgan’s favor.
Meghan Markle, according to a royal expert, will try “every which way” to disprove Ofcom’s newest judgement, which cleared ITV over Piers Morgan’s comments about the Duchess. After the Good Morning Britain anchor indicated he didn’t believe her during her appearance with Oprah Winfrey in March, Meghan Markle filed a personal complaint with the broadcasting regulator. The Duchess’s ambition to win, according to royal biographer Angela Levin, is “frightening,” and she will “fight very hard” to overturn the judgment.
Angela Levin, a royal specialist, told GB News host Nigel Farage: “It’ll be a step back, but I’m sure she’ll find every means of coming back and protesting and not taking that.”
“We heard the other day that there was some rumour that it was infringing on her right to free speech and other things, so I expect her to fight back vigorously.
“We’ve watched her fight with her father; she refuses to speak to him under any circumstances, even after he has publicly and personally apologized.
“She has to win, she has to win badly, and that’s what scares me.”
Piers Morgan’s statements on March 8 and 9, the mornings before and after the Oprah Winfrey interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, were investigated by Ofcom.
Meghan spoke out about her mental health during the couple’s two-hour tell-all interview with the US talk show host, claiming that she “didn’t want to be alive anymore” while pregnant with the couple’s first child.
She further alleged that she received no mental health care from Buckingham Palace and that a senior member of the Royal Family made a derogatory remark regarding their unborn son’s skin color.
The couple discussed their feud with Prince Charles and their shared problems with the Establishment after being joined by Prince Harry.
The controversial morning show host has been a long-time critic of the Duchess, referring to her as the “Pinocchio Princess” on several occasions.
Piers Morgan remarked after the Oprah interview that he “didn’t believe a word she said” and that he “wouldn’t believe it if she read it.”
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