Piers Morgan sends his former GMB co-star Charlotte Hawkins a special message with cheeky snap

PIERS Morgan has celebrated Charlotte Hawkins’ birthday in his own classic style – by sharing a photo where it looks like she’s swearing at him.

Charlotte is marking her 46th birthday today, and after years of sitting alongside her on Good Morning Britain, Piers wanted to make sure he sent something to remember him by.


Piers shared the cheeky image of Charlotte seemingly swearing at him back in 2019[/caption]

Posting to Instagram, Piers – who sensationally quit the show back in March in a row over Meghan Markle – shared a photo of the pair on the newsdesk, with him smirking as she stuck to fingers up at him.

Next to the picture, he wrote: “Happy Birthday [Charlotte], hope you’re not missing me too much. X”

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Charlotte appeared alongside Piers during his run as GMB anchor[/caption]

Piers, pictured with Charlotte and Susanna Reid, quit the show back in March.

Charlotte has been on Good Morning Britain since 2014, and during that time wasn’t afraid to stand up to Piers during his many on-air rants.

She has since stepped up to be a co-anchor on the show at different points of the week, often starring alongside Ben Shephard to give updates on current events.

The mother-of-one has yet to post herself about her birthday.

Meanwhile Piers has been continuing to watch GMB, and has reigniting a long-standing feud with his current replacement, Alastair Campbell, for accidentally saying the Queen had died live on air.

Walking away from the series after stating that he didn’t believe Meghan Markle’s claims against the Royal family in her interview with Oprah Winfrey, he has since doubled down on his criticism of her, and Prince Harry.

After Harry’s interview with podcast Armchair Expert last week, he declared he wanted the Prince to ‘stop yapping about his private life’ after he compared life as a Royal to film The Truman Show.

The blockbuster, which stars Jim Carrey, sees a man discover his entire life has been tracked by cameras in an elaborate set made just for him – and his entire life is actually a must-watch TV show with producers pulling the strings.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.


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