Piers Morgan’s son outraged after GMB star says the thing he misses most is the PUB despite not seeing him for 3 months – The Sun
PIERS Morgan's son was very disappointed when he tuned into Good Morning Britain today and heard his dad say he missed the pub most during coronavirus lockdown – despite not seeing his son in three months.
The 55-year-old dad of four said that he's missing a spontaneous drink at his local while adhering to the government's rules during the pandemic.
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"We have a pub very near our house, our local and we just miss the spontaneity of being able to go and have a drink before lunch or dinner," he said.
Sharing the clip on Twitter, his 26-year-old son Spencer complained: "When your dad hasn’t seen you in person in nearly three months… Cheers @piersmorgan."
Joining in on the family banter, Piers replied: "Haha, sorry son, I definitely miss you too, & look forward to seeing you again….. AFTER the pub."
Earlier today, Piers denied that he is ill, insisting that he is only sweating due to the "pressure" of doing his own make-up for Good Morning Britain.
He concerned viewers when he had a sore throat – which he claimed was due to shouting at people.
The presenter appeared flustered as today's show kicked off – but he denied that his demeanour was due to illness.
He explained: "Do you know what, I actually feel quite hot and sweaty.
"It's not a need to go to Dr. Hilary, it's the pressure of doing my own make-up as the clock ticks.
"I start hearing 'two minutes', '90 seconds', 'a minute'…"
His co-host Susanna Reid asked: "Why don't you leave a little bit more time?"
Piers replied: "Because I'm prepping, reading all the papers."
He ignored Susanna as she pointed out that they were all doing that, with Piers repeating: "I've actually developed a slight sweat. It's a pressure sweat."
The TV favourite was forced to deny that he has coronavirus earlier this month, and sparked concern again when he repeatedly stopped to clear his throat during yesterday's show.
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Noticing his struggle, Susanna, 49, asked: "Are you alright this morning, by the way?"
Piers insisted that it was nothing to worry about, saying: "I lost my voice last night shouting", before adding, "A lot of people annoy me, the Beckhams in particular".
Piers has been dedicated to keeping the public informed throughout the current health crisis, with coronavirus being deemed a global pandemic last month.
Two of the main symptoms are a fever and a persistent dry cough, with the disease claiming over 16,000 lives across the UK so far.
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