Piers Morgan’s son outraged after GMB star said missing out on PUB though he hasn’t seen him for 3 months – The Sun

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PIERS son Morgan was very disappointed when he listened to Good Morning Britain today and heard his father say that he had missed the pub the most during the coronavirus lockdown – although he did not see his son in three months.

The 55-year-old father of four said his local was missing a spontaneous drink while following government rules during the pandemic.

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    Piers Morgan scandalized his son Spencer by admitting that he misses the locked-out pub the most6
Piers Morgan scandalized his son Spencer by admitting that he misses the lockout pub the mostCredit: Twitter

“We have a pub very close to our home, our local and we just miss the spontaneity of being able to have a drink before lunch or dinner,” he explained.

Sharing the clip on Twitter, her 26-year-old son Spencer complained: ” When your father has not seen you in person for almost three months … @piersmorgan. ”

Joining the family’s jokes, Piers replied, “Haha, sorry son, I certainly miss you too, and I can’t wait to see you again ….. AFTER the pub. “

    Spencer went to Twitter to share the clip6
Spencer went to Twitter to share the clipCredit: Twitter
    Piers then insisted that he was also missing his son

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Piers then insisted that he was also missing his sonCredit: Twitter
    Father of Four Always Presents GMB During Lockout

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Father of Four Always Presents GMB During LockoutCredit: Instagram
    But he isolates himself at home without his 26-year-old son

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But he isolates himself at home without his 26-year-old sonCredit: Instagram

Earlier in the day, Piers denied he was sick, insisting that he was only sweating because of the “pressure” to do his own makeup for Good Morning Britain.

He worried viewers when he had a sore throat – which he said was caused by people’s cries.

    Piers appeared troubled at the start of today's show
Piers appeared troubled at the start of today’s show

The presenter appeared disturbed at the start of today’s program – but denied that his behavior was due to an illness.

He explained, “Do you know what, I feel really hot and sweaty.

“There is no need to go to Dr. Hilary, it is the pressure to put on make-up to the rhythm of the clock.

“I start to hear” two minutes “,” 90 seconds “,” one minute “…”

    Susanna asked why he hadn't left more time for his makeup
Susanna asked why he hadn’t left more time for his makeup

Her co-host Susanna Reid asked, “Why don’t you leave a little more time?” “

Piers replied: “Because I prepare myself, by reading all the newspapers. “

He ignored Susanna, pointing out that they were doing all of this, Piers repeating, “I actually developed mild perspiration. It’s sweating under pressure. “

The TV favorite was forced to deny he had a coronavirus earlier this month, and again raised concerns when he stopped repeatedly to clear his throat during the show. yesterday.

    Piers worried fans when he had his throat crossed on yesterday's show
Piers worried fans when he had his throat crossed in yesterday’s show
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Piers Morgan insists that the croaking throat is to “scream at people” on Good Morning Britain

Noticing her struggle, Susanna, 49, asked, “Are you okay this morning, by the way?” “

Piers insisted that there was nothing to fear, saying, “I lost my voice last night screaming,” before adding, “Lots of people bother me, the Beckhams in particular. “

Piers is committed to keeping the public informed throughout the current health crisis, with the coronavirus being considered a global pandemic last month.

Two of the main symptoms are fever and a persistent dry cough, with the disease claiming up to 16,000 lives across the UK so far.



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