But what do you do when you need a good mop chop and all the hairdressers are closed for the foreseeable future due to lockdown?
Piers needn’t worry, as his wife Cecilia made sure her hubby looked stylish and presentable for tomorrow morning.
Taking to his Instagram account, the ITV personality nervously shared a photo of him sitting in the make-shift barber’s chair while his better half took the scissors to the back of his head.
Captioning the post, he wrote: “The words ‘Don’t worry, I’ve watched a YouTube video….’ do not fill me with confidence.”
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His face was a picture, as Cecilia snipped away and it wasn’t long before fans took to the comment section to present their suspicions about the end result.
“Can’t wait to see you tomorrow Piers!” one viewer chuckled, suspecting it might be a bad job.
Another called for him to shave his hair altogether: “It needs to be a skinhead! Follow the trend Piers.”
“My grandma used to say there’s only a week between a good haircut and a bad one,” a third giggled.
Others called on the presenter to “show us the damage” as they awaited an after photo.
Yet to see the end result, in the meantime Cecelia also took to her social media to share her husband’s horror.
“I don’t know what’s funnier: that he believed me when I said I could cut hair – or that I just shaved my initials into the back of his head #homehairdressing #nofoollikeafurryfool,” she wrote.
It looks like fans will have to wait for Piers to take his seat on GMB tomorrow to see the extent of the damage.
Although the post was politically friendly, and away from anything coronavirus related, disgruntled viewers took to the comments section to shame the presenter for not abiding by social distancing rules.
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It was quickly pointed out that he is in isolation at his Kensington home with his family and social distancing, therefore, doesn’t apply.
Fans defended him against the trolls but it seems the host can’t escape criticism.
It comes as Piers has shot into the public eye for many different reasons for his opinions on coronavirus.
He’s never been one to shy away from speaking the truth and has proved this in his efforts to hold the government accountable for, what he argues, are mistakes during this crisis.
Alas, while many have applauded him for speaking up, he has also been branded a ‘scaremonger’ by others who believe he’s dramatising the situation.