Piers Morgan, 55, returns to the ITV Good Morning Britain line-up this week, alongside co-host Susanna Reid. But, the controversial journalist took a break from holding the government to account on Sunday afternoon, explaining that his hay fever is worse than ever.
Piers started his career in journalism as a writer for a number of newspapers, including the Daily Mirror.
He has since featured as judges on both America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent, as well as the US Celebrity Apprentice.
Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, Piers has been very vocal about the government’s disappointing response to the crisis.
But, he took a break from the topic of coronavirus on Sunday afternoon, claiming that his hay fever has been significantly worse this year.
The GMB host later responded to Deborah: “I genuinely thought I had it several weeks ago, now I’m sure it was bad hay fever.
“Lot of similar symptoms apart from the fever, ironically.”
Hay fever is usually worse between April and September, especially on warmer days.
The most common hay fever symptoms include sneezing, runny noses, and having itchy, watery eyes.
Published at Mon, 01 Jun 2020 03:00:00 +0000