TalkTV presenter Piers Morgan took to Twitter to share his fury as the release date for Prince Harry's memoir has been revealed.
The book, titled Spare, will be available in stories on Jan 10, but it seems one person who won't be rushing to the shops is Piers.
He took to social media and wrote: "CONFIRMED: Prince Privacy will hurl his latest torrent of malevolent money-making muck at the Royal Family just in time to ruin his father’s coronation as King.
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"Charles should strip this petulant, selfish, greedy, hypocritical brat of all his remaining royal titles/status ASAP."
That wasn't all he said, as he later asked: "Do you care about the massive global damage this book will cause to our new King before he is even coronated, and while he still grieves for his mother?"
Finally, he ended his rant by penning: "Playing the victim, again, as he trashes his family, again, from his California mansion.
"All while playing the big privacy & ‘humanitarian’ crusader… what a d*ckhead."
The book is set to share Harry's insights into big moments from his life, including the death of his mother Princess Diana.
Piers' comments unsurprisingly were met with a strong reaction from his followers, with both journalists and fans rushing to the posts.
Meghan McCain asked: "I’m not as plugged into this as Brits are clearly – but the title seems like a troll… is this your take?"
Piers replied: "100% – it’s based on the phrase ‘heir and a spare’ and is Harry’s way of whining that he won’t ever be King."
Rupert Myers asked: "Is this the real cover and title? Good grief."
One fan asked: "I'm sure Harry will thank you for the free promo, Piers.
"Crazy how this book will sell more copies on release than viewing figures you get on TalkTV."
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