Despite reports that Prince Harry was “rude” and “grumpy” during US President Donald Trump’s visit with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace, one anchor revealed the two men spoke to one another.

In 2016, Meghan Markle expressed her support for Hillary Clinton ahead of the presidential election and commented that she would move to out of the country if Trump won the election.

After learning about the comments, Trump called Meghan “nasty.”  Many predicted Prince Harry would be less than thrilled to meet the man who insulted his wife, however, “Good Morning Britain” anchor Piers Morgan revealed Prince Harry interacted with the US president during his visit.

“President Trump reveals he did speak to Prince Harry yesterday amid rumors that Harry snubbed him. ‘I congratulated him. I think he’s terrific. He couldn’t have been a nicer guy. He’s a great guy,’” the television personality tweeted.

Body language expert Judi James previously told Express UK that Harry appeared uncomfortable while in the same room as Trump. “Given the controversy over Meghan’s comments about Trump and his about her, Harry does look unsurprisingly but also uncharacteristically wary and solemn in these poses,” she explained.

“He stands here doing what looks like watching rather than joining in, with a cold or deadpan facial expression and what looks like a reflective eye-gaze. One shoulder appears slumped and his hands are clasped in front of his body in a gesture that suggests he’s not in an openly active hosting role at this point.”

Morgan is expected to interview Trump about his comments on Meghan in which the president appears to deny insulting the Duchess of Sussex. “‘She was nasty about me. And that’s OK for her to be nasty. It’s not good for me to be nasty to her and I wasn’t,’” Morgan tweeted in a teaser of the interview.

The Morgan and Trump’s “Good Morning Britain” interview is expected to air on Wednesday.