Meghan Markle will be livid at Piers Morgan Ofcom win according to royal expert

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Meghan Markle is predicted to be “absolutely livid” about Ofcom’s choice to clear Piers Morgan after she made a complaint about him, according to one royal expert.

Royal biographer Angela Levin has said that the Duchess of Sussex could bring her lawyers in after the Ofcom ruling that Piers was entitled to give his own opinion about her on Good Morning Britain.

Piers is now well known for having stormed off the set and quitting the show after being confronted live on air by colleague Alex Beresford about his words against Meghan.

Angela spoke to The Sun Online about the ruling and what she believes will be Meghan’s reaction to the news.

She said: "I think she will be absolutely livid and she’ll ask her lawyers to see what they can do about it.

"She can’t cope with someone saying she didn’t tell the truth. Because she is all about compassion and understanding and caring for people.

"I think saying that is a fair ruling is not in Meghan’s vocabulary,

"She is a very, very determined woman that’s why she has gone so far."

The controversial rant that started this story had Piers making dismissive comments about Meghan’s claims to have suffered with mental health issues, even claiming that he didn’t believe she had previously felt suicidal.

Editor in chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Steward, has said that she believes those comments to be particularly unfair.

She said to The Sun: "I should think she will be upset because he was extremely rude about her,

"I absolutely understand him saying she was telling a lot of untruths but we don’t know if she was suicidal or not so I don’t think that’s fair.”

Adding to the potential of seeking legal backing on the topic, Ingrid added: "She's got these very powerful Hollywood lawyers and they like to fight. I think they might well advise her to fight back."

Royal commentator Adam Helliker also gave his opinion on the ruling, saying to The Sun: “I think she’s going to feel more determined and it will up her game so to speak.

"I don’t think in terms of legal action or appeal they will go down that route.

"But they will up their game in terms of putting out more statements, being more independent and just pushing away even further."

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