Piers Morgan “prays there will be no quarantine” after trip to France before GMB returns

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Piers Morgan has admitted that he is praying he will not be quarantined for two weeks at the end of his current vacation in France.The rules have recently changed so the British have to self-isolate for two weeks if they visit Spain, and the government may apply it to France overnight as well.

Piers, who took advantage of his sunny trip to St Tropez with his family, is expected to return to host Good Morning Britain on his return to the UK.

But he won’t be able to return to the studio with co-host Susanna Reid if he’s forced to self-quarantine, so Adil Ray’s stint may take longer than expected.



Piers spent a sunny vacation with his family

Alternatively, Piers may need to present the show from his home via a video call.

He posted a photo flanked by two of his sons, Bertie and Spencer, at their gorgeous vacation resort, with the caption: “Brits Abroad… praying there won’t be quarantines. ”

Good Morning Britain has been run by Adil alongside Ranvir Singh since Piers and Susanna took their summer vacation.



He revealed that he prayed that quarantine guidelines did not change while he was away.

Piers’ vacation started less than smoothly as he managed to tear a tendon in his leg on the second day.

Sharing a photo of himself with his sons on Instagram, Piers captioned it, “Peg-leg. (Nothing like tearing a tendon on the second day of a 6 week vacation). ”

Spencer, Stanley and Bertie are seen in the photo, apparently helping their father as he balanced on one leg.

The injury didn’t stop Piers from living on the French Riviera, as he enjoyed an alcohol-drenched lunch with Hollywood legend Joan Collins.

Piers shared photos of himself with Dame Joan as they had lunch together, raising a drink for the camera.

The breakfast show host wrote next to the photo, “Don’t you want someone looking at you like Dame Joan is looking at me?” ”

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