It’s been a chaotic start to the year for Good Morning Britain.
ITV’s breakfast show has made headlines for the comments and subsequent resignation of former presenter Piers Morgan.
His fiery exit from the show came after fierce comments about Meghan Markle following her ground-breaking interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The interview left a sour taste in the mouth of many Royal fans, who criticised the Duchess and husband Prince Harry for being so public after requesting privacy.
Fans of the Sussexs defended the pair, saying that they had the right to control their own narrative.
Indeed they have done with a podcast on Spotify called Archewell Audio, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interviewed guests of note like former president Barack Obama and pop star Sir Elton John.
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That’s a move GMB presenter Alex Beresford appeared to agree with.
Yesterday (Thursday, May 13), he stood up for Prince Harry in a bold tweet to followers.
He said: “The beauty of a podcast is that you can hear the way it was said.
“Did you listen or did you read the media summaries?
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“Side note: It is possible to love Prince Harry with the same heart that you love the Royal Family with.”
Some agreed, with one fan replying: “Harry is out here bursting the bubble of my Brits cos they seem to have a weird and untrue picture of the royals.”
Others weren’t in agreement, with one replying: “Last sentence is a no!”
It appears that the actions of the Sussexs will be a divisive issue for years to come.