GOOD Morning Britain weatherman Alex Beresford hit headlines this week when he confronted Piers Morgan on air over his comments on Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah.
The altercation led to Piers storming off set and he resigned shortly afterwards, while many praised Alex for calling him out and standing his ground.
Away from the chaos of live TV, Alex relaxes in his stunning home in Bristol which he shares with his son Cruz, 10, estranged wife Natalia and dog Peaches.
And it seems when he's not rowing with Piers or presenting the weather, he's busy in his impressive pad getting his body in gear at his home gym or posing for selfies in his stunning home.
The star can be seen posing looking smart in a grey suit jacket standing alongside a grey-themed corridor and interior.
On the wall are black, white and grey framed pictures complementing the grey hues entering the kitchen area, with a modern lamp fitting hanging from the ceiling.
The bedroom area where he is seen relaxing with son Cruz features a grey velvet bedhead, with a dark grey and silver lamp with beige and neutral bed linen in the minimalistic area with a blue velvet bed base.
Floor to ceiling mirrors feature in the room creating more visual space.
The Bristol garden is surrounded by greenery and trees overlooking the outer area.
It features a hanging swing chair, a perfect Astro turf lawn with white plant beds surrounding the grass with planted palms and blue slouchy chairs for catching some rays and relaxing in.
The bedroom features a grey carpet, with a white chest of drawers, a small pink wooden stall, white shutters and more modern plants.
Modern fixtures and fittings are seen in the grey and white chic kitchen with a huge clock on the wall in gold and black.
The spotless area is the perfect place for one of his buff selfies.
The handsome weatherman can also be seen snuggling up to his pooch on the brown leather sofa wearing a cosy dressing gown.
The former Dancing On Ice star can often be seen posing in the mirror in his tight jeans, showing off his honed physique.
He's been working out with his 10-year-old son Cruz while in lockdown and keeping his mental health in check by training.
He says: "A strong body can fuel a healthy mind" and he's sharing his journey on Instagram with fans.
His lookalike son and Cavapoo dog called Peaches are often by his side, joining in his workouts and family fun.
The TV favourite has secretly split from his wife Natalia.
The 39-year-old weather presenter admitted that he felt "really lonely" after the split in an interview for the Britain Get Talking podcast.
Alex said he "never imagined" he'd be single as he approached 40 years old.
In the chat, the star spoke to newsreader Kylie Pentelow, who asked if he was looking for love.
The GMB favourite replied: "It's been a massive learning curve, I didn't think at the age of 20 that when I was approaching 40, I would be in this situation.
"The age of 40, you'll be married, you'll be a grown up, you'll have a kid or two, your life is going to be set. I'm not old, I don't feel old, it's a bit daunting.
"But we've been in lockdown, so even if I wanted to go on a date, I couldn't go on a date.
"I don't want to grow old on my own, life is for sharing and it'd be great to meet someone in the future but they have to be right for me, right for Cruz."
Alex explained they decided to part ways last summer but lived together until the start of 2020.
"I'm not a quitter, and I hate quitting things," he added.
"We tried to work through things, but at some point you realise the best thing to do for everybody is walk away, but walking away is never easy."
He shared: "We were in the same house up until the beginning of this year, knowing that we were parting ways, it takes a while to figure things out. One thing I didn't want to do is rush things.
"By being in that house, knowing we weren't together, we started to get on better – it removed a lot of the stress and expectation that a relationship can bring.
The TV star has addressed the Black Lives Matter movement.
He said of his mixed race heritage: "We also need to stop clapping back with #alllivesmatter when we see the hashtag #blacklivesmatter.
"As a mixed-race man, my white mother’s life matters just as much to me as my black father’s.
"Please don’t misinterpret the slogan as “ONLY black lives matter”.
"It’s exhausting having to find new ways of communicating the same message, each time hoping that this time, you’ll get it. It’s disheartening when you don’t."
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