Piers Morgan may have left Good Morning Britain following his harsh criticism of Meghan Markle, but the TV personality insists he'll be the one who gets the last laugh.
"Well I am sure she had a wonderful, joyous series of venti latte celebrations or crystal bashing, whatever they do over there when she heard," he stated while discussing his decision to quit the show, Morgan told the Daily Mail. "I’m sure she did and that’s fine. I’ve no problem with that."
"She thinks she’s beaten me? She might be in for a surprise, because I suspect I’ll be back soon," he continued.
"And my views certainly haven’t changed. If Meghan thinks she has cancelled me or won the battle, she's in for a big shock," Morgan declared. "I've never been more popular."
Though the TV star has always spoken negatively of the pregnant actress, things hit a boiling point when he said on air that he didn't believe her claims of being suicidal.
Meghan called in to the network to complain about his behavior, as did 40,000 other people.
The next day, costar Alex Beresford called his words "diabolical," and after arguing some, Morgan made a scene by storming off the set.
Hours later, it was announced that he had quit GMB.
"Following discussions with ITV, Piers Morgan has decided now is the time to leave Good Morning Britain," the network said in a statement. "ITV has accepted this decision and has nothing further to add."
Despite leaving the show, he's continued to slam the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Most recently, Morgan was praising Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice when he took aim at the couple once again.
"I've known both Princesses since they were very young, and they’ve been through a lot of tough times," he shared. "They’re always incredibly nice, polite and good fun – which all makes such a refreshing change from their narcissistic, self-pitying, family-abusing, spoiled-brat cousins over in California."