Piers Morgan wife calls for 'help' as she raises concern about the GMB star

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Piers Morgan
Piers Morgan's wife called for help
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Piers Morgan's wife Celia Walden must have the patience of a saint to live with the controversial Good Morning Britain star. 

But, his wife-of-11-years appeared to finally reach the end of her tether on Friday night, when she issued a "help me" notice on Instagram. 

Like many couples in the depth of lockdown, Piers and Celia were partaking in "Salon Morgan" - where Celia let her husband loose on her brown locks.

Alongside a picture of Piers prepped with the scissors, she wrote, "What could possibly go wrong at Salon Morgan? #lockdownlocksoff #helpme."

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One of Piers' A-list pals, Philip Schofield, playfully suggested "just about everything" could go wrong. 

Laughs aside, Piers and Celia's Friday night antics prove they're just like any other couple, months after they were left "devastated" by a terrible incident on holiday.

While many people might assume that Piers, 55, is like that at home too, he recently admitted it's a "persona" he plays up to on-air.

Susannah Reid and Piers Morgan pose at the TV choice awards

Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid often clash on Good Morning Britain 

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Speaking on Gabby Logan's The Mid.Point podcast, he confessed, "There’s a persona that I certainly play up to… I think all television is a performance in a way, and I certainly think there’s a sort of theatrical element to it."

Piers often sparks controversy whilst co-anchoring Good Morning Britain with Susanna Reid - most recently with his strong opinions on Meghan Markle. 

But he has no plans to change his ways. "I don’t chase around trying to be beloved. It would be a very lonely journey if I did, I prefer to be divisive and polarising and get everybody going and wake everybody up."

You certainly do that, Piers! 

Georgia Farquharson
Georgia Farquharson

Georgia studied Print Journalism at university in Nottingham, England before going on to work on several leading celebrity magazines, as well as freelance writing for international magazine Grazia Middle East. An enthusiastic, hard-working and ambitious writer, Georgia recently launched her own communications consultancy, farq media. As Director and Founder, Georgia helps businesses with their Public Relations strategy, as well as influencer and celebrity marketing. She also represents several influencers of her own. She lives with this motto in mind; "if your dreams don't scare you, they aren't big enough."