Piers Morgan's son Spencer jibes dad over GMB exit with hilarious Father's Day card

Piers Morgan’s son Spencer, 27, has proved that he has a sense of humour to rival his famous fathers after revealing the Father’s Day card he picked out for Piers, 56, this evening. Referencing his dad’s dramatic exit from ITV breakfast show Good Morning Britain earlier this year, Spencer boasted about having found the perfect card as he celebrated Fathers Day and his brother Stanley’s 24th birthday at a Spanish eatery with his famous father, brother, half-sister Elise and step-mum Celia Walden.

Happy Father’s Day. Thanks for never walking out on me

Spencer Morgan

Sitting down for a family dinner at a west London hot spot, Piers’ eldest son revealed that he couldn’t help but land a jibe at what has become his dad’s most famous on-screen moment to date.

Posting for his 38,700 followers to see, Spencer bragged about having “smashed” the celebratory card.

With one arm around his dad, Spencer smiled as Piers looked mildly amused with the cheeky jibe.

Spencer captioned the picture: “Little pre Father’s Day meal. I’ve completely smashed the card to be fair.”

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Piers Morgan's son Spencer jibes dad over GMB exit with hilarious Father's Day card

Spencer Morgan jibed his dad Piers Morgan over his dramatic GMB exit (Image: INSTAGRAM/ ITV)

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Spencer thanked dad piers Morgan for ‘never walking out on him’ with his Father’s Day card (Image: INSTAGRAM)


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The card read: “Happy Father’s Day. Thanks for never walking out on me”, above a cartoon image of Piers storming angrily off on the front.

Clearly amused by his offspring’s sense of humour, Piers reposted the snap to his stories, adding, “Thanks son”, along with a laughing face emoji.

Piers left popular ITV breakfast show back in March following controversial comments he had made about Meghan Markle.

The Duchess of Sussex sat down to give a tell-all interview to media mogul Oprah Winfrey where she claimed to have experienced suicidal thoughts while part of the Royal Family.

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Spencer Morgan defended dad Piers after his Good Morning Britain exit earlier this year (Image: INSTAGRAM)

Piers Morgan's son Spencer  aims jibe Good Morning

Piers Morgan stormed off the set of GMB after clashing with colleague Alex Beresford (Image: ITV)

Piers Morgan's son Spencer  aims jibe Good Morning

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Taking issue with what he heard, Piers said on GMB that he didn’t believe a world Meghan had said and wouldn’t believe her “if she read me a weather report”.

After butting heads over the subject with his co-star Alex Beresford, Piers stormed off the ITV set in what were to be his last moments on the breakfast show.

Following Piers’ exit, his son Spencer was one of the first to voice support for his dad following the event.

Taking to Instagram, he posted a sweet snap of him and his dad dressed smartly in black suits at a glitzy event.


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While Piers laughed and wore a smile for the camera, Spencer struck a more solemn pose.

The caption simply read: “Team Piers. Always, forever”, along with a flexed bicep emoji.

Following the debacle, Piers has since explained that he blames Meghan for his GMB exit after revealing that she had complained about his comments to ITV bosses.

Speaking on 60 Minutes Australia, the former newsreader revealed how the Royal had complained to his boss following his comments – which he hadn’t known at the time.

He went on to say that people “demanded” he apologise – or leave his position on the show.

However, the Surrey-born presenter said that he refused to apologise and branded the move “hypocritical”.

He continued: “I thought there was hypocrisy, I thought there were downright lies coming out in the interview.”

Talking to Australian reporter Karl Stefanovic, the star said that his stance on doing his job ultimately cost him his GMB presenting role.

“I saw my job to hold them to account like I would to a government minister and for doing that, within 36 hours I had to leave the job”, Piers added.

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