Jameela Jamil fires back at ‘s*** stain’ Piers Morgan after he slams Meghan Markle for including her in British Vogue

Piers Morgan is once again sounding off on Meghan Markle, this time accusing her being “shamelessly hypocritical” for agreeing to guest-edit the September issue of British Vogue. But the cantankerous British TV show host may have met his match when he went on to diss the duchess for including Jameela Jamil among the 15 “world-changing women” featured on the magazine’s cover.

Morgan moaned that Meghan’s “heroine” Jamil had made negative comments about stars like Rihanna and Beyoncé in the past, suggesting that made her unsuitable for the British Vogue honor.

The outspoken Good Place actress and activist fired back, calling Morgan — who has carved out his own reputation for picking on female celebrities — the “just the thirstiest b***h alive” on Twitter.

Jamil accused Morgan (pictured at Royal Ascot in June) of being an attention-seeker. (Photo: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

Jamil also acknowledged her past “problematic” comments, citing her pinned tweet, which reads, in part, “I used to be slut-shamey, judgmental and my feminism wasn’t intersectional enough.” But while the British star says she’s learned from her “mistakes,” Morgan continues to lash out.

“My pinned tweet is all of the mistakes I made, owning up to being problematic when I was young,” she tweeted at Morgan. “I have nothing to hide. You are old, and still a problematic slut-shaming, fat-shaming, misogynist, irrelevant s**t stain, smeared across our country.”

Morgan responded to the dig by mocking Jamil’s support from Meghan, whom he recently told to “go back to America” over reports that she’s concerned about maintaining privacy as a royal.

Some Morgan followers agreed with him, insulting Meghan as a “wokewitch,” “an embarrassment” and a “stain on the royal family.” One fan even sparked outrage by tweeting a death threat aimed at the duchess.

But many were supporting Jamil and Meghan and accused Morgan of bullying behavior.

The Meghan-edited issue of British Vogue also includes an interview with former first lady Michelle Obama as well as a piece in which Prince Harry calls out the “unconscious bias” he sees when people discuss race.

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