After walking off the set of “Good Morning Britain” after an argument with Alex Beresford and the comments he made about Meghan Markle, Piers Morgan has officially left the show behind him, ITV confirmed in a statement.

Morgan, who has been a very vocal opponent to Markle for years, initially ran into trouble after commenting on Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, stating he didn’t believe the Duchess when she said the situation she faced during her time as a royal led her to suicidal thoughts, which led to 41,000 complaints about him and an investigation by Ofcom, Variety reported. After he then also stormed off the set when co-host Beresford defended Markle and berated Morgan for “diabolical” behavior which involved trashing her consistently, it appears he decided to leave the show completely.

“ITV has accepted this decision and has nothing further to add,” a statement by the company read, per Insider.

Morgan has not spoken out about his decision to leave yet, though he did take to Twitter with a meme of a clock shortly before the announcement. It is unclear if he made the post to warn of the coming news or something else.

Still, news of his departure seemed well-received by many, with several others taking to Twitter to praise the news, admitting that they never liked him and felt that his leaving the show—whether he was fired or not—was the right move.

Others also joked that as the news broke, Markle and Winfrey were both likely sitting back and enjoying what happened to Morgan.

Morgan has often been a controversial figure on television, especially with his incendiary comments about Markle, whom he began to attack after admitting that they had previously been friends, but she then cut him out of her life. He continued his comments about her prior to the interview’s airing, referring to her as the “Duchess of Disingenuousness.”

At the same time that news broke of Morgan’s departure from the show, Queen Elizabeth II also released a statement regarding the couple’s allegations about racism, stating that they were concerning, but also indicating that they may not be remembered correctly.

Piers Morgan Pictured: Piers Morgan attends the National Television Awards on January 25, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. Photo: Getty Images/Jeff Spicer