PIERS Morgan congratulated William & Kate on their ten-year anniversary as he posted an unseen wedding snap with Cat Deeley.
The 56-year-old shared a special memory from the Royal Wedding in 2011 as he presented alongside SMTV Live's Cat.
He wrote: "#tbt 10 years ago today, @catdeeley and me were live on @cnn anchoring the Royal Wedding with @andersoncooper when we suddenly spotted Prince William and his new bride Kate fleeing Buckingham Palace in Prince Charles’ vintage Aston Martin.
"The crowd went nuts. Fabulously unexpected end to a great day. Happy Anniversary @kensingtonroyal!"
Fresh-faced Piers and Cat pointed to the screen with excitement as they watched Wills and Kate driving in the Aston Martin.
Piers – who was friends with Prince William's mum Princess Diana before her tragic death – has always been a staunch supporter of the Royal.
The presenter was forced to quit Good Morning Britain over comments he made about Wills' sister-in-law Meghan Markle.
Before leaving the breakfast show, Piers claimed Prince William will be "spitting blood" after Meghan revealed how she fell out with his wife Kate during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Meghan claimed Kate reduced her to tears in a spat over the flower girls' dresses at her wedding.
The Duchess of Sussex went on to say Kate apologised and that she didn't want to be "disparaging" about her.
However, Piers insisted the damage had been done, saying: "I think William is going to be absolutely spitting blood about the way Meghan Markle took down his wife on national TV.
"I think he's going to be seething at the betrayal. People can dress this up anyway they like.
"This is supposedly the duke and duchess of privacy spending two hours revealing all sorts of unbelievable secrets about their family, and we were told by Oprah nothing's of limits, and not a question about her own father her own family, not one question about why she's disowned all her own family, why none of the family were at the wedding, and in her place was Oprah Winfrey, who she'd met once in her life.
"Sorry, I'm calling this out for what I see it as; somebody who is a ruthless social climber and someone who is trying to destroy the image of the monarchy in this country, and it's shameful."
In the bombshell interview, Meghan said "everything changed" after a confrontation with Kate over the flower girls' dresses in the lead up to her wedding.
She said she had been the one left in tears – saying it had been difficult to see a "narrative that didn't happen" surface six months after the ceremony.
And speaking to Oprah, Meghan said: "The narrative with Kate, which didn't happen, was really, really difficult and something that I think that's when everything changed really."
In November 2018, it was reported “Meghan left Kate in tears” over her demands for Princess Charlotte’s dress during a “stressful” fitting.
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