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Piers Morgan shows support for Noel Gallagher after he blasted Prince Harry

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Piers Morgan showed his support for Noel Gallagher on Twitter after the Oasis rocker, 54, called Prince Harry a "woke f***ing snowflake".

The broadcaster, 56, applauded Noel for "speaking his mind" after the Holy Mountain hitmaker shared his thoughts on the Duke of Sussex.

Piers first shared: "I've always thought @NoelGallagher had his finger on the pulse of the nation's thoughts..". The Life Stories host followed up his first tweet with a second that praised Noel's no nonsense approach to the subject.

He added: "Brilliant interview... thank God there are still stars like @NoelGallagher who speak their mind, don’t care who gets ‘offended’ & never whine about how awful their pampered privileged lives are.

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