Piers Morgan shares rare photo of his three dashing sons: 'Imagine the debates!'

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan may not be afraid to share his opinions on Good Morning Britain, but it's less often that we see or hear much about his personal life.

The 53-year-old tends to keep talk about his wife and children a bit more quiet. But on a recent episode of Loose Women, Piers shared a rare photo of him and his three sons, Albert, Spencer and Stanley, together.

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When the panellists asked Piers whether he and his boys ever have their own debates, a photo of the four of them popped up on the screen.

After seeing the photo, Piers joked, "Well, they've all got their father's looks."

The GMB host went on, revealing that he relishes in a healthy debate with his sons.

When asked if they always have to agree with him, he said, "Not at all. They are perfectly entitled to disagree with me and they do often vehemently disagree with me."

He went on, to reveal that while he encourages discussion, he doesn't take it easy on them just because they're his children.

Piers confessed, "I encourage them to speak their own minds, to argue with me. But if they are going to argue with me over dinner, they better come armed, as I am going to take them down. Why wouldn't you want your kids to be opinionated?"

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Hilariously, Piers 21-year-old son Stanley then responded to his comments on social media, revealing the reality of debates with his father.

He joked, 'They get chewed alive...' Oh dear!

Piers' sons are from his first marriage, and his wife Celia Walden and he have another child, daughter Elise, who is seven years old.

Last year whilst appearing on Lorraine, Celia admitted that having a daughter has certainly changed Piers.

She confessed, "She [Elise] definitely puts him in his place!"

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