Piers Morgan has hit out at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry following reports the couple will not be spending Christmas Day with the Royal Family .
During an interview with the Mirror's Kevin Maguire, the controversial host accused the Sussexes of 'snubbing' the Queen with their festive plans.
It is understood that Meghan and Harry will travel to California to spend time with her mum Doria Ragland, taking little Archie with them.
It will be part of a six-week break from their royal duties when they will spend some “much-needed” family time together.
It is believed that Remembrance Sunday was their last joint public engagement ahead of their trip.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain today, Piers said: "It is a clear snub to the Queen."
The Mail's Andrew Pierce said: "How many more Christmasses is she going to have? Not many.
"I think it’s clear that Harry has fallen out with his brother and there is tension with Meghan and Kate.
"People were so glad when Harry married that woman and now you never see him looking happy anymore."
Speaking out the fallout between Harry and William, Kevin adds: "There is a very personal dispute there and it’s clearly wounded them."
Piers then continues to rant about the couple, referring to their South Africa documentary in which they both discussed struggling with life in the royal spotlight.
Meghan admitted she wasn't okay while Harry confirmed struggles in his relationship with his brother.
Piers said: "Imagine going to make a documentary in South Africa and then turning the documentary into a “woe is me” about your terrible life and making all the headlines about you.
"You have a palace full of servants, she is playing the media game."
When Susanna Reid tried to have her say on the issue, he adds: "Why are you sticking up the royals?
"She’s an actress Susanna and she realised she was getting all this negative press and has turned on the waterworks to make us feel sorry for her."
Even though Meghan and Harry are expected to skip Sandringham, the rest of the family and believed to be attending as normal.
They had been expected to return to the UK after their trip to the States to spend the remainder of the holiday season with the Queen at Sandringham in Norfolk.
However, a senior palace source had told how the couple haven’t yet decided when they will come back and may yet stay and spend the Christmas holidays in the States.
The source said: “It’s too early to tell exactly what they will end up doing, they haven’t decided.”
This will be their first Christmas as a family-of-three following the birth of Archie in May.
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