The Good Morning Britain host spoke about his criticism of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a new interview.
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan is set to return to the show after he tested negative for Covid-19. The presenter, 55, missed Monday's programme after developing a "mild" coronavirus symptom. However, his test results have
Piers Morgan has defended a live interview he conducted with care minister Helen Whately, which sparked more than 600 complaints to Ofcom, saying it was not as "uncomfortable" as the conditions for the carers on the front line of the
ITV has been warned against relying on a "combative dynamic" between presenters, such as Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain, because it risks breaching the broadcasting code. Ofcom issued the warning after there were
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu claimed Piers was "spouting... nasty and vile comments" loaded with "bigotry, misogyny, sexism and racism".
The 29-year-old actor and activist coined the term “self-partnered” in a British Vogue interview last November.
“It’s very sweet…[But] why would a father kiss his daughter on the lips? Don’t get it – creepy. Weird.”
“If Tess Holliday goes to a doctor, he doesn’t celebrate her 300lb size, he says to her you’re morbidly obese and you’re going to die if you don’t do something about your weight.”
Piers Morgan incurred the wrath of fans after making a jibe about the royal baby as the country celebrated the new arrival. The Good Morning Britain anchor told his 6.6m followers that he was “failing” to find any enthusiasm to present Tuesday’s edition of the breakfast show amid the news the Duchess of Sussex had delivered a healthy baby boy on Monday morning. Trying, but currently failing, to muster up a semblance of enthusiasm for this royal baby story before tomorrow's @GMB.