Piers Morgan shared a rare throwback snap with all three sons.
The 55-year-old GMB star used social media to share how he misses being able to hug her.
In front of his 1.3 million Instagram followers, he wrote: “Looking back at the days when we were allowed to hug our children.”
The fans rushed to share their sympathies, showing that they too miss being unable to hug their relatives.
Current COVID-19 guidelines discourage the public from hugging others, especially if they are outside of their own support bubbles.
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One user replied, “I also have trouble not hugging my kids Piers.”
While another user urged, “Let’s hope this isn’t that far away.”
And a third user wrote: “I haven’t hugged my 93 year old grandfather in 10 months. I have lovesickness.”
Others, however, vowed to keep hugging their children and relatives anyway.
One user claimed, “I still hug my boys and I will never stop for anyone.”
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A second user argued, “I caught COVID from my granddaughter (I’m in her foster bladder) and she got it from her teacher. Nothing will ever stop me from cuddling her. “
While a third urged: “Hug your children! Nobody knows how long we will be controlled … could take forever. “
How many children does Piers Morgan have?
Piers Morgan has three sons and a daughter.
Spencer (27), Stanley (23) and Albert (20) are from his first marriage to Marion Shalloe.
They were married from 1991 to 2008. She was working as a nurse when they met, and little else is known about her.
Piers now has a daughter, Eloise, nine, with his second wife, Celia Walden.
Celia is married in 2010, is a journalist and author.
Has Piers Morgan had COVID?
Piers Morgan did not have a coronavirus. However, he was already scared back in May when he took the time from GMB with COVID-like symptoms. Fortunately, the Good Morning Britain star tested negative.
However, he went on to say that seven of his family members suffered from COVID-19 – including his parents.
Back in December, Piers hit back a Twitter user who claimed he didn’t know anyone with the virus.
Piers replied and tweeted, “Three good friends of mine lost parents to COVID.
“My colleague Kate Garraway’s husband is in a coma.
“My parents had it easy. One of my sons just had it. One of my brothers, his wife, and their eldest daughter just had it. My niece just had it.
“Consider yourself lucky.”
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