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Piers Morgan escapes to Antigua following lengthy Covid battle: ‘Not too shabby’

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Piers Morgan happily shared snaps from his getaway (Picture: ITV)

Piers Morgan has travelled to Antigua for a luxury holiday, following his battle with Covid-19.

The TV presenter, 56, contracted the virus in July, believing caught the Delta variant while watching the Euro 2020 final at Wembley.

He previously revealed that the virus caused him chest pain, a fever and cold sweats, but it could have been far worse had he not had both doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Piers shared with his 7.9million Twitter followers that he still suffered with ‘shocking fatigue’ weeks on from developing symptoms.

Finally recovered, the broadcaster jetted off to Antigua with his sons, a destination that has become a family favourite, with Piers holidaying there several times over the last decade.

The former Good Morning Britain presenter couldn’t resist giving his followers a glimpse into his idyllic getaway, sharing blissful snaps on Instagram.

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Piers kicked back in front of a dreamy view (Picture: piersmorgan/Instagram)

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The presenter escaped to a warmer climate following his Covid battle (Picture: piersmorgan/Instagram)

Captioned: ‘Current view. As my sons would put it… ‘not too shabby’ (sic)’ Piers posted a POV snap from his bed, looking out at the sea view.

His son Spencer, 26, couldn’t resist poking fun at his dad’s photography skills, commenting, ‘Sadly he lost his right leg on day one of the holiday.’

The Life Stories host also shared a dreamy shot of the beach outside his five star hotel, showing the sun beaming down on the palm trees and sparkling ocean.

But Piers isn’t just sunbathing, he’s also been exploring his gorgeous surroundings, sharing a video of a lizard he found on Jumby Bay Island.

The presenter is currently on our screens for series 20 of Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, which recently celebrated the milestone of 100 episodes.

Plus, he’s recently been nominated for a National Television Award for his work on Good Morning Britain…months after he quit the show. Bit awkward.

Credit: Original article published here.

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