Meanwhile, across the pond, Meghan's former Suits co-stars are gearing up for the ninth and final season of the popular legal drama, which returns to USA Network on Wednesday, July 19.
Mirka Federer, wife of Roger Federer, and her son (who also has a twin brother) cheered the tennis player during Men's Singles first round match against Lloyd Harris during the Wimbledon Championships 2019.
In a sensational rant on United Kingdom television show, Good Morning Britain, Morgan fumed about the Duchess of Sussex's recent trip to the tennis tournament during which royal aides reportedly told punters not to take photographs of her.
He insisted, "It's frankly hypocritical and they're not private people, they're the Duke and Duchess of Sussex". However, she also maintains that while Markle is the one who receives a lot of the criticism when it comes to keeping their son's life private, Prince Harry is the one who is actually pulling those strings.
The Duchess of Sussex is now working on a special piece for British Vogue's September issue - which may turn into a more regular feature.
Morgan took to his morning show to say that Meghan should "go back to America" if she wants to be treated as a private citizen.
"It's not a private place", Morgan said. With the world's cameras beamed on their heads.
The Sunrise host began saying: "We have now got the photos everyone was asking would we get them but we have seen them".
"Honestly, it's a complete joke".
"Their recent behaviour suggests they want all the privilege and public money but can't even tolerate the public more than they have to".
"Kate and Will have done occasional photos taken by them, sharing it with the nation, they are the royal family".
Buckingham Palace, who declined to comment to the Daily Mail, have been approached by Mirror Online this evening.
"There is now a clear sense that [Prince] Harry, Meghan and their team see themselves more as A-list celebrities rather than royals carrying out their duties".