Piers Morgan Berates Samantha Markle: You Little Vulture!

Piers Morgan is on Team Meghan Markle.

Or, to be more accurate perhaps, Piers Morgan is on Team Anyone But Samantha Markle.

The soon-to-be half-sister-in-law of Prince Harry has been making waves for several months, taking advantage of her estranged sibling's engagement to drag Meghan left and right

With a book on the way titled "The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister," Samantha has been appearing on any media outlet that will accept her as a guest and using her air time to insult her half-sister as a fraud and a phony and a generally terrible person.

On Tuesday, that outlet was Good Morning Britain.

And the topic at hand was the reported absence of Samantha and Megan's father from Meghan's upcoming wedding.

(Samantha and Meghan share the same dad, but different mothers. The former was grown up and out of the house when the latter was a child; they barely know each other.)

As of this writing, Thomas Markle doesn't plan on attending the Royal Nuptials, partially due to a recent heart attack… but mostly due to embarrassment over the reveal that he's been paying paparazzi photographers to stage his photo ops.

"The goal of those photographs was basically because he's feeling defenseless," Samantha explained in defense of her dad, adding:

"A person has the right to say, 'Enough is enough.'"

She then shamed "media vultures" for allegedly "taking advantage" of him.

And this is when Morgan stepped in.

"Here's the problem with all this," said the co-host.

"In the last few weeks, the British media have been bombarded with letters from Kensington Palace saying he wants to be left alone.

"And now, it turns out he was actively invading his own privacy. I now feel sorry for his own daughter, who doesn't have her father at the wedding because he has been caught up posing for paparazzi photos."

As for the comment that journalists are vultures who have targeted her loved ones?


"It's pretty rich coming from you, Samantha, to accuse media of being vultures," Morgan said, adding in anger:

"There's no bigger media vulture with this wedding than you, is there? How do you have the gall to come on here and talk about media vultures? You're doing a book called The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister.

"You have been trashing her for two years, you little vulture!"

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Kim Kardashian: Tristan Thompson Is Still a Little Bitch!

There was a time when Khloe was the outspoken Kardashian; the one who was known for telling it like it is; the one who stood up for her sister’s when some low-down man did ‘em wrong.

Now that she’s the one being jerked around, however, it’s up to Kim and company to assume that role.

Kim and Tristan

Fortunately, they’re more than up to the challenge.

As you’ve no doubt heard Tristan Thompson was caught cheating on Khloe while she was pregnant with his child.

It’s looking more and more like Khloe is planning to stay with Tristan despite his betrayal, and while her mom and siblings 

In fact, since she’s not punishing him for his infidelity, it’s their job to make his life a living hell.

Kim, in particular, has risen to the occasion, roasting Tristan within an inch of his life every chance she gets.

Last month, Kim slammed Tristan during an appearance on Ellen.

He responded by blocking her on Instagram.

Now, she’s back, and she’s rightfully calling him out for pulling such a lame-ass, passive-aggressive move.

This morning, Kim appeared on Live With Kelly and Ryan, and it wasn’t long before the subject of her feelings toward Tristan came up.

When asked if she was “rooting” for Khloe and Tristan to make it as a couple, Kim didn’t beat around the bush:

“Yeah.. I mean… ok last time I went on TV and I answered some questions about her, I got blocked on social media… not from Khloe,” Kim responded.

She then paused and decided to be a bit more diplomatic with her answer.

“Yes I’m always rooting for her. I’m always rooting for love. I’m always rooting for families,” she replied.

She then switched the topic to happier news, revealing that Khloe is absolutely loving new motherhood.

“Khloe is doing… honestly she’s so focused on her baby. Baby is gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!” Kim said.

“She is so happy.”

So it sounds like Kim and company might be slowly coming around to the idea of giving Tristan a second chance.

Great news if you’re Tristan.

Bad news if you’re hoping Khloe would teach his ass a lesson.

Hopefully, Koko’s family hasn’t given up on talking some sense into her.


Little People, Big World Recap: The (Parenthood) Struggle is Real

At this point in their parenting lives, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff are experts.

To the extent that any relatively new mother or father can be an expert, that is.

Audrey is even out there offering advice to other women in similar situations.

But let’s rewind about eight months, shall we?

That’s what Little People, Big World did on Tuesday night by airing an episode that was filmed not long after Ember Jean entered the world in September of last year.

As previously detailed, Audrey suffered from frequent bouts of mastitis – an infection of the breast tissue that is painful and that also makes breastfeeding very difficult – shortly after giving birth.

Moreover, as we learned on this installment of the TLC series, Ember was born with tongue ties that required surgery so as not to prevent her from feeding properly.

“She’s just so young, and we’re already having to do something that hurts her,” Jeremy said on air last night, referring to exercises he and Audrey had to do with Ember to keep the cut tongue ties from healing again.

It was a challenge for Matt Roloff, too, having to watch his children struggle with their newborn.

“Seeing your kid hurt when you don’t want them to hurt, that’s a challenging time,” Matt told the camera, adding:

“But seeing my kids go through it, now you understand the heartache your mother and I went through when you were coming through the rags.”

Back in November, Audrey candidly told Instagram followers about these breastfeeding problems early on.

She confessed in a lengthy post that her condition really took a toll on her mentally for awhile.

“l always thought breastfeeding was a choice,” she wrote on Instagram late last year.

She continued:

“People would often ask me if l was going to breastfeed when I was pregnant and l always answered with a determined yes. But after Ember was born, l realized that for some people, it’s not a choice.

“My breastfeeding journey has not been easy.

“After sharing with you all a little bit about the struggles l have had feeding Ember, l realized that so many of you have gone through, or are currently going through, similar pains, heart aches, and challenges.”

Ember had trouble putting on weight over the first few weeks of her existence, but Audrey pushed through her pain, Jeremy supported her throughout and here the family is now:

Happy and healthy all around.

“l was reminded that even though this journey still poses its challenges, being able to feed my daughter from my own body brings me incomparable joy,” Audrey said when Ember was about two months old.

She laster said that that she hopes her story can encourage any other new moms having difficulty breastfeeding.

Elsewhere on this episode, Zach and Tori struggled to sleep train Jackson… Matt webt to work on a fun solution… and Amy looked forward to her birthday.

Click on the video below to watch Little People, Big World online and see how these storylines played out:


Little People, Big World Recap: Look Who’s Here! (Just a Tad Late)

There was a special delivery on Tuesday night’s episode of Little People, Big World.

And we mean this literally.

Before getting to the main storyline of the installment, we’ll talk for a moment about Amy Roloff.

She’s been the most central figure of the new season, having said on previous installments that and she isn’t sure about her future with Chris Marek.

This time around, she and Chris were on a vacation when she got mad him for abandoning her.

“I’m definitely enjoying the trip, but we did get into an argument,” Roloff told the camera at one point, explaining what happened:

“When we were having dinner, he just left, and he was gone for a long time, and I was left by myself. I had no idea where he was, what we was doing.”

Marek eventually returned and shrugged off Amy’s complaint initially.

He just want to speak to some friends. What was the big deal?

“My head was in a different place when I walked away from the table,” he said, adding that he apologized and the two are now on good terms.

“There’s some fundamentals in a relationship, and the two that we’ve got nailed are trust and communication.

“We trust each other 100 percent and we communicate well, so that’s part of the reason it’s going so well.”

It really is. The couple has now been together for over a year.

But enough about an old relationship.

Let’s talk about a brand new one… as in, the relationship Audrey Roloff formed last night with daughter Ember Jean, who took her sweet and adorable time entering the world.

The episode was filmed many months ago, so we caught up with Audrey and Jeremy while they were anxiously awaiting their daughter’s birth.

The thing, is she was late.

“It’s a really unsettling feeling just knowing that any day I could wake up and go into labor … and just knowing that the most pain I’ve ever experienced is right around the corner,” Audrey admitted.

We’re sure millions of women can relate.

She added: “Mentally and emotionally, the toll it takes on you is kind of exhausting.”

As the days continued to tick away and Audrey remained pregnant, she touched on another problem this raised:

“My plan is to have a natural childbirth, but if I go 12 days past my due date, then that’s when the doctors will want to induce,” she revealed.

“I don’t want to be induced, so I’m just really hoping and praying that she’ll come before then.”

As fans of the family and the series must know by now, Audrey gave birth on September 10, a full 10 days past her due date.

This did allow her to have a natural birth, however.

The night she went into labor, Audrey suffered excruciating contractions … without any kind of epidural or painkiller.


“The closest thing it feels like to me is someone taking a chainsaw to your stomach,” she said.

(Have we mentioned of late that all women are total and complete superheroes?)

Despite doubting herself an hour into delivery (I kept thinking, I’m not sure if my body is going to be able to do this), Audrey pushed on and pushed through and pushed her first child out.

Ember was born at 9:40 a.m., weighing 7.13 lbs. and measuring 20.25 inches long.

“Seeing her for the first time was crazy,” Audrey said. “Just so exhausted and so full of joy. … It’s just a miracle the way it goes down.”

To see this incredible experience in action, click below to watch Little People, Big World online.


Little People, Big World Fans are Aghast Amy Roloff is Doing THIS to Matt Roloff

It’s been known for several months now that Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff share a unique living situation.

The reality stars got divorced in May of 2016, yet have continued to reside very close to each other on the family farm.

However, Little People, Big World fans learned two new things about this arrangement on Tuesday night’s episode:

ONE: Amy and Matt only live, like, 500 feet apart.

TWO: Amy resides in the home in which she and Matt raised their kids; while Matt resides in a much smaller house.

It’s been this way for nearly two years now, but Matt admitted on Little People, Big World this week that things have gotten especially awkward now that both halves of the ex-couple are in serious relationships.

“It wasn’t supposed to be permanent,” Matt said on camera about the circumstances, adding:

“I’m either at a place now where I need to dig in my roots further on the farm and build a house that suits me, or I need to think about finding real estate off the farm.”

Along those lines, Matt and girlfriend Caryn Chandler looked a few properties toward the end of this latest episode.

Will Matt really move away?

He’s hesitant to go too far because he wants to stay close to grandkids Ember and Jackson.

And while Matt weighs his options, Little People, Big World viewers have taken to social media to drag Amy for putting her ex-husband in this unfortunate bind.

“Amy should not have the house he should be able to buy her out!!” wrote one Internet user following the episode, while another shared this sentiment:

“He has more medical issues… he does more of the work on the property anyway!!! I would never have agreed to let her live there. She is so combative and her attitude is negative!

This same individual told Amy to go shack upwith her boyfriend, writing:

“Live with Chris, Amy!!! [It’s] a family farm.”

For whatever reason, it really does seem as though fans of this TLC series don’t like Amy very much.

In this case, they’re giving her a hard time for simply sticking to the terms of an agreement she and Matt made together a long time ago.

In past cases, they gave her a hard time for… showing off her Easter dinner table?!? Yes.

“It’s sad to see you put Chris in your home your Matt built for y’all and the kids!!” one person commented, continuing to blast the star as follows:

“It’s so [disrespectful] I could never do that to my ex-husband or my kids.”

Pictured here with Chris Marek, Amy Roloff simply can’t watch a break from many television viewers.

To Amy’s credit, she has never responded to this misguided vitriol.

She has always taken the high road — or no road at all, even, simply ignoring the online hate and going about her business.

It’s also worth mentioning that this Little People, Big World episode was filmed many months ago.

Matt has not raised the living issue since in public, making it apparent that there’s no real beef here. His complaints at the time may have been scripted by producers for the sake of drama or ratings.

Therefore, if Matt doesn’t really have a problem with his living arrangement, why would anyone who has never even met these problems speak up about it?

Take a chill pill, trolls.


Little People, Big World Recap: Is Matt Outta Here?

In our recap of the first new episode of Little People, Big World in months, we posed the following question:

Is Amy Roloff moving off the farm?

The veteran reality TV star expressed concern on the spring premiere about awkwardness with ex-husband Matt, considering he was dating a former acquaintance of hers and considering close to each other Matt and Amy still lived.

Following last night’s installment of this popular TLC series, however, we now have a different, albeit related, question to pose:

Is Matt Roloff moving off the farm?!?

You see, Amy and Matt reside about 500 feet from one another.

It’s an unusual set-up, but it allows both parties to continue working on the family farm in various capacities.

On Tuesday, though, Matt emphasized his main issue with this arrangement, which is that he’s stuck in a relatively small home and Amy is living in the home in which the couple raised its four kids.

It “makes sense, but it wasn’t supposed to be permanent,” Matt explained to the camera. “I mean, I’m living 500 feet from my ex. It’s awkward.”

This has been the case since the couple split up in May of 2016, following over 25 years of marriage.

So, what changed?

Why have Amy and Matt gone from mostly amicable to… less than amicable?

Both are in serious relationship; the former has been dating Chris Marek for over a year and the latter is with Caryn Chandler.

It’s understandable that these romances might run into the occasional hiccup when one thinks about the aforementioned living situation.

“I’m either at a place now where I need to dig in my roots further on the farm and build a house that suits me, or I need to think about finding real estate off the farm,” Matt added on Tuesday evening, confessing:

“It’s not easy. I’ve been on this farm more than half my life.”

Over the past several months, however, sons Zach and Jeremy have welcomed a son and a daughter, respectively, making Matt a grandfather and making it hard for him to think about moving too far away from these kids.

“I don’t know what the next step is, so that’s the challenge I’m living in,” he said on air.

Could he construct a little person-accessible house somewhere else on the farm?

Yes, but Matt would first need Amy’s permission because she co-owns the property.

“Our lives are always going to be intertwined because of the farm, and we have to work together,” he said. “So we have to talk about it and make sure she’s on board.”

Enter a big argument between the exes.

“I’m like, why is this coming at me now? What’s the purpose?” Amy said in a confessional about Matt’s proposed new house, adding:

“I think for me, my guard goes up all the time, because I always feel like there’s something missing here. I know it.”

We’re not certain what Amy meant by this.

Perhaps that she took the request as a way of Matt saying he wanted to propose to Caryn?

“Because I don’t have all the facts or all the information. Every businessperson would tell you that’s not a good way to make a decision,” Amy said to her former husband when asked why she had a problem.

“This little moment reminds me why we’re divorced,” Matt replied.

Later in the episode, Matt and Caryn looked at a few properties together.

“Am I gonna move off the farm? It’s tough thinking about spending eternity, or whatever that means, here with Amy,” he said, concluding:

“Now that Amy and I are divorced, I just want my own path that’s separate from Amy’s. It really has to do with just creating a little more balance in my own life.”

Elsewhere on the kinda intense installment:

With Jeremy and Audrey’s daughter set to be born any day, Amy grappled with her decision to travel with Chris and risk missing the birth — and Zach and Tori embarked on their first family trip together.

Click on the video below to watch Little People, Big World online and catch up now!