Meghan Markle recently opened up in a very personal and revealing documentary about her life as a Royal.
And now, sadly, we're guessing she's regretting having done so.
Earlier this month, ITV aired a special film that tracked Markle and Prince Harry during their 10-day trip to South Africa.
In one segment, Markle talks in depth for the first time about how difficult it was to read so many negative articles about her while she was pregnant with her son... and then in the aftermath of her becoming a first-time mother.
"Any woman, especially when they’re pregnant, you’re really vulnerable, and so that was made really challenging. And then when you have a newborn, you know," Markle told the filmmaker about being at the center of so many vicious rumors.
"It’s a lot… So you add this on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed...
"Thank you for asking because not many people have asked if I’m okay, but it’s a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes.”
It was a real moment and a raw moment... and a moment that many losers out there have decided to mock.
First, Wendy Williams questioned whether Markle was even being sincere.
Next, Meghan's horrific half-sister told The Duchess that she really had no right to complain about anything.
And now Piers Morgan has basically done the same.
The attention-starved British journalist spoke to Us Weekly at the British Academy Britannia Awards and said the following about the former Suits actress:
“I think Meghan Markle needs to stop whining, period.
"I think she’s an actress whining too much. I say that with great respect. But the most successful members of the royal family, the queen, the queen’s mother, the most beloved always understood, you never explain, you never complain, you do your duty and everyone loves you.
"The moment you start yapping away moaning about everything, people go, ‘Hang on, you’re living at our expensive palaces, with servants.’
"So maybe get a better sense of reality.”
Morgan, who has blasted Markle on multiple occasions in the past, wasn't done hurling shade at her here, either.
He explained that he used to know Markle well, but then Meghan went ahead and got famous and...
"Like a lot of people, she dropped me as soon as -- she stopped looking at me the moment she met Prince Harry and she’s done that to a lot of people.
"I just think she’s somebody who is laser focused on becoming a member of the royal family and has discovered that you can’t be a celebrity actress playing that game if you’re a member of the royal family. It’s not how it works."
"In Britain, the members of the whole family are almost all the civil list. Their houses get paid for by us. Their security is paid for by us, the taxpayers. And with that comes a sense of duty.
"And I don’t think Meghan Markle’s quite worked out what duty involves. She’s too busy trying to be a celebrity, lecturing us all how to lead our lives and it’s just not a very clever move."
Earlier this month, Harry and Meghan announced their decision to take legal action against the British media for “bullying” the Duchess of Sussex.
For some reason, it seems as if many people out there can't reconcile the fact that someone can be famous and also be a human being who feels pain.
In Morgan's case, maybe that's because he's a monster.
“Either understand what duty is all about or don’t be a royal. I mean, no one’s forcing Harry and Meghan to be active royals and they don’t have to be,” Morgan concluded, noting that Harry’s brother, Prince William, is going to be king.
“Harry isn’t, so there’s need to have to do this.
'But if you’re going to do it, I think take the advice of his grandmother. Don’t complain and don’t explain, just do your duty. Do your job.”