Good Morning Britain host Pierce Morgan took off as the breakfast show quickly paused as a row broke out between Morgan and co-star Alex Beresford.
Alex said he wanted to say his words as the actors were regularly forced to listen to Pierce’s screams, and they said to him, “This is totally demonic behavior.”
The couple argued over whether what Megan said had happened in the royal family – questions about Archie’s skin color – was racist.
Alex asked, “Do you know how much courage it takes to talk about this, to make it clear?”
Alex said that Pierce’s attack on Meghan after the interview was marred by his past relationship with Meghan, according to reports woman.
Referring to Pierce’s claims that he used to talk to Meghan and that she had “dropped him” as soon as she started dating Prince Harry, Alex told him: “She has the right to cut you if she wants to.”
Alex Beresford did not back down on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday
Speaking of the couple’s conversation with Oprah and their decision to leave the UK, Alex said, “They received a tremendous amount of negative press. I saw it again yesterday and yes, they had some great press about the wedding, but everything that has followed since is hurting health Megan mental. “
Then Morgan stood up and said, “Well, I’m done with this.” And he went off and said, “Sorry, no … sorry, I can’t do this …”
Morgan is seated back after a chase for a lengthy conversation with Beresford and co-host Susanna Reed.
Pearce recalled parts of the interview – noting that Meghan’s claim that Archie is forbidden to be a prince due to his “incorrect” color.
Alex said this was their “living experience”.
Speaking of Meghan’s experience in the family, Alex said, “I totally understand the harm behind that,” as he recalls a comment someone once made to him about his son’s skin color.
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“When you are a lighter black color, people have confidence that they can say things to you, and that they will not say to a black person.”
Alex told Pierce, as the former journalist admitted his idea was to have Alex on the show on Tuesday.
“I also want you to be aware of the power of your words,” Alex added, while Pierce kept shouting, “Can I speak now?”
“Let’s not make it personal,” Piers told his colleague. “Let’s stop talking about and about you.”
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But Alex was eager to let Pierce and everyone else know how he could relate to what Megan has been through.
“I don’t have a racist bone in my body,” Pearce said.
Alex agreed: “I don’t feel like you are a racist.”
Alex compared “Energy” around the world today to the debates and racism prevalent last summer between the “Black Lives Matter” protests after the murder of George Floyd.