Alex Beresford isn’t here for Piers Morgan’s latest swipe (Picture: ITV)
Alex Beresford has chosen to the take the high road after Piers Morgan continued to fuel their feud, addressing the notorious clash on Good Morning Britain.
Piers quit Good Morning Britain after more than 41,000 people complained to Ofcom when he said he ‘didn’t believe a word’ that came out of Meghan Markle during her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Alex confronted Piers live on air, causing the enraged presenter to storm off set hours before handing in his notice.
In his Mail on Sunday column, Piers said he’s received messages of support from all his GMB co-stars apart from Alex.
Not that Alex seems to care too much as instead of rising to taunts from his former colleague, he shards a hopeful post on Instagram, telling fans: ‘Probably shouldn’t have my trainers on this white rug! Anyway bless up yourselves on what looks like a grey Sunday.
‘Remember the sun still rises and sets so beautifully some place in the world everyday.’
Alex Beresford takes the high road while Piers Morgan continues beef (Picture: Instagram)
Piers stormed off GMB after a clash with co-star Alex Beresford (Picture: ITV)
Last week, Alex returned to Good Morning Britain as a presenter for the first time since his row with Piers, joining Kate Garraway who consoled the 40-year-old after ‘tumultuous times’.
On his final episode of GMB, Piers told Alex: ‘You can trash me, mate, but not on my own show.’
The Life Stories host said he regrets walking off from the row but knew ‘he might say something I’d regret’.
Alex called Piers out live on Good Morning Britain (Picture: ITV)
‘I knew it wasn’t a good look, the great snowflake-basher running away from confrontation. And on reflection, I shouldn’t have done it,’ he stated.
‘But in the heat of the moment, in my rather strained state of mind, this seemed the less worse option.’
Piers is currently still a part of the ITV family and will continue to present Life Stories. Good Morning Britain is yet to announce his replacement, but the likes of Rob Rinder and Ben Shephard are currently favourites to take the hot seat.
Good morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.