Piers Morgan fans gush over his ‘handsome’ sons as he FaceTimes family during coronavirus lockdown
Piers Morgan took to Instagram to reveal he was staying in touch with his sons, Spencer and Albert, as they isolate in separate homes.
But fans of the Good Morning Britain host, 55, were left swooning over his “handsome” sons in his latest post.
Taking to social media, the presenter shared a screengrab of his FaceTime conversation with Spencer, 26, and Albert, 19.
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But plenty of the comments on the post gushed over the pair, who are seen holding up the family dog Conor to the camera.
Piers jokingly captioned the image: “Conor definitely wins the Quarantine FaceTime facial hair contest.”
One fan wrote on the snap: “Your boys are so handsome – you must be proud.”
A second added: “Beautiful sons.”
While a third wrote: “Wow. Good looking sons!”
Piers is also a father to his 22-year-old Stanley with former wife Marion Shalloe.
Piers also has a daughter named Elise with his journalist wife Celia Walden.
Earlier this week his children took to social media after the host celebrated his 55th birthday.
His wife Celia shared an image of her husband blowing out the one candle on his small cake on Instagram.
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Posting the upload to her 15,000 followers on the social media platform, she wrote: "The best baking I could manage under lockdown – or any circumstances. Happy birthday Mr Morgan!
"Oh, and when we hit ten years am I allowed to call you Piers?," she jokingly added.
Spencer took to his own Instagram account to share an image of his famous father holding his as a newborn.
He captioned the cute snap: "Happy birthday to this troublemaker, we've come a long way."
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