Piers Morgan’s wife Celia Walden has shared a parody about waking up next him after he quit Good Morning Britain.
The presenter departed the ITV show this week after receiving more than 41,000 Ofcom complaints about his comments on Meghan Markle.
Celia, who has been married to Piers for 10 years, has jokingly revealed that waking up next to him on a weekday morning, after he’s been on the show for six years, was a little bit of a shock.
She shared a parody which was captioned: ‘Piers Morgan’s wife waking up this morning,’ and showed a woman blissfully waking up before looking to her side and jumping out of her skin.
‘Right on the money,’ the 45-year-old wrote.
Piers, 55, left Good Morning Britain this week after six years on the show.
He was criticised for comments he made about ‘not believing’ Meghan Markle when she said she was suicidal and, on his last show, stormed off after a confronation with Alex Beresford.
Piers clarified his comments on mental health, saying: ‘If somebody is feeling that way, they should get the treatment and help they need every time.
‘If they belong to an institution like the royal family, and they go and seek that help, they should absolutely be given it.
‘It’s not for me to question whether she felt suicidal. I wasn’t in her mind and that’s for her to say.
‘My real concern was a disbelief, frankly, and I’m prepared to be proven wrong on this, and if I’m wrong, it’s a scandal, that she went to a senior member of the royal household, told them she was suicidal, and was told she could not have any help because it would be a bad look for the family.
‘If that is true, A: that person, if they’re still there, should be fired, and B: the royal family have serious questions to be answered about how they handled it.’
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