Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, 54, has been married to Celia Walden, 43, since 2010. At the moment, his pal Emily Maitlis, 49, stated she is aware of what the presenter’s spouse actually thinks about him and insisted it wasn’t applicable to say aloud.
Talking to Chris Evans right now, she stated: “I do know Celia fairly effectively, and I do know precisely what she thinks of him. And it’s fairly humorous.
“I mean, I wouldn’t put that in print in an interview, but yeah, it’s very funny.”
She added: “He says one thing like, ‘Oh, she gets really annoyed with me because I leave the print in the newspaper print all over on my fingertips,’ or one thing.
“I’m thinking, ‘No, that doesn’t even touch the sides. It doesn’t even touch the surface’.”
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The BBC journalist was additionally requested if Piers actually does have thick pores and skin like he insists he does.
She added: “I don’t assume, Piers, is an enigma in any respect. I believe he mainly, you realize, amazingly does what he says on the tin, type of factor.
“He just blurts it all out. But what I’m always interested in is whether somebody who seems to have… a thick skin. Are they really like that?”
The presenter went on to say that she discovered among the matters he expresses his opinion on “addictive” to acknowledge.
Earlier this 12 months, Celia spoke out about being married to the controversial journalist.
The mother-of-one joked that Piers has aged her all through their nine-year marriage.
Talking on Lorraine as she trialed Victoria Beckham’s LED masks, she stated: “As anybody who hits 40 is aware of that’s when life actually begins displaying up in your face and if you’re married to Piers Morgan there’s a very excessive danger of PPA.
“That’s premature Piers related ageing. There’s a lot of laughing going on but also a lot of frowning.”