Piers Morgan loved dinner with all of his 4 kids on Friday evening, and even shared a photograph of the event together with his followers. Taking to Instagram, Piers uploaded a snap of himself with sons Albert, Spencer and Stanley alongside their little sister Elise, who may very well be seen sitting on her dad’s lap. The Good Morning Britain host merely added the caption: “Sushi time!” The daddy-of-four additionally tagged the restaurant that the household dined at in his put up, revealing that that they had chosen to eat at Sticks ‘n’ Sushi’s Chelsea department.
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Followers have been thrilled to see all of Piers’ kids collectively, and took to the remark part of his put up to say so. One wrote: “Lovely household photograph. Good to see household values and such clear love for each other.” One other added: “You’ve a stunning household, lovely photograph.”
Piers shared the photograph on Instagram
On Wednesday, Piers divided followers after sharing a personal message allegedly despatched to him by the Duchess of Sussex in 2015, earlier than she met her future husband, Prince Harry. The 54-year-old uploaded to Twitter a screengrab of a message despatched to him by Megan, that merely learn: “Properly whats up there – thanks for the observe. Large fan of yours!” He added the caption: “In happier instances… when Meghan first slid into my DMs… assume it’s truthful to say she’s most likely not such a ‘large fan’ of mine now.”
Piers’ followers have been fast to answer to his put up, with one commenting: “Please recover from this obsession with Meghan being your pal.” One other stated: “Hmm seems such as you adopted her first and she or he was being well mannered to you.” A 3rd added: “I would say she’s most likely bought different issues to consider in the intervening time moreover whether or not she’s nonetheless a ‘large fan’ of a breakfast TV presenter tbh.”
Up to now, Piers has been closely criticized for his repeated mentioning of Meghan, who he has no present relationship with.
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