Piers Morgan was spotted laughing to himself as he had breakfast on his own at a kerbside cafe in London this week.
The 56-year-old former Good Morning Britain presenter was wearing in-ear headphones but it remains unclear whether it was a phone call or perhaps even a podcast that was causing him to crease up with laughter.
The broadcaster has more time on his hands after sensationally leaving the ITV flagship news show last month, and has been enjoying leisurely breakfasts at his favourite restaurants when he’d normally be busy on GMB
Despite going through a time time over the last few weeks, it seems Piers has kept his sense of humour and is still able to have a good laugh.
Piers has also still found time to make jabs about potential job offers on social media – even joking he could be a potential replacement for Jon Snow on Channel 4 News.
Legendary broadcast Jon confirmed yesterday he’s stepping down from fronting the show, prompting Piers to tweet: “Shall I dust down my tie [email protected]?"
The banter was cut short as Channel 4 News editor Ben de Pear replied: “Don’t ring us, we'll ring you.”
Piers left GMB last month following his rants about the Duchess of Sussex which sparked ITV to receive more than 41,000 complaints to independent regulator Ofcom – the most in a decade.
Piers claimed he was “sickened” by Meghan for “trashing” the Royal Family during her interview with Oprah Winfrey and insisted he didn’t believe many of her claims.
He later revealed in his column he was forced to apologise to which he refused and it was agreed he would leave GMB with immediate effect.
ITV has been quick to recruit ex-spin doctor Alistair Campbell in a bid to boost ratings who will appear alongside Susanna Reid from May 10 to May 12.
But the ex-right hand man to Prime Minister Tony Blair insisted in a tweet: “I’m not the new Piers Morgan.’
Campbell will present the show to coincide with a Mental Health awareness Week, which he is championing after his own experiences.
After the news was revealed by ITV, he said: “I am flattered to be asked and delighted that my stint will coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week as Good Morning Britain has always championed good mental health.
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“I am also looking forward to getting stuck into the big political and social issues at such an important and difficult time for the country, as well as brushing up my knowledge on some of the subjects that will take me out of my comfort zone.
“In addition, there is an element of finishing unfinished business here… back in the mid 90s I was a regular presenter of the paper reviews on BBC Breakfast and during the week the former Labour Leader John Smith died, I was in discussions with the programme about becoming a presenter.
“John's sad death led to me working for Tony Blair and my life and career took a very different course…”
"I must admit I am slightly dreading – make that totally dreading – getting out of bed in the middle of the night to get ready to present the show. But I am really looking forward to it."
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