PIERS Morgan kicked back in the sunshine by his incredible pool in Sussex as he prepared to return to GMB duties next week.
Piers, 55, couldn't resist bragging about his glorious surroundings after returning home from his Saint Tropez holiday last week.
When Piers, wife Celia and daughter Elise get bored of the city they can hop in their Aston Martin and drive out to their sprawling abode in Newick, East Sussex.
The £700,000 white property boasts ivy climbing up the walls and over the doors. It features a huge backyard with a swimming pool – plus a large gravel driveway for his car collection.
Piers showed off his pool in the sunshine yesterday and he could have been in Saint Tropez.
It features steps leading into it and four sun loungers, as well as bench and a table and chairs for sitting out and eating al fresco.
The Good Morning Britain star has been relaxing in Newick after avoiding quarantine rules by rushing home from France before it was taken off the list of air bridges from the UK.
Last week he raised a glass of his favourite beverage, Harvey's Best Bitter, outside The Royal Oak in Newick.
He wrote: "Celebrating my 40th year of drinking in this pub. That’s a LOT of Harvey’s…. ? ?."
Even though he's still on his summer holidays, Piers has still managed to engage in high-profile Twitter spats – and it looks to be thirsty work.
Over the weekend he taunted movie star Bette Midler- after she told him to "f**k off".
The pair, who have a history of social media rows, clashed after he demanded Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have their royal titles removed.
It came after Piers posted a Sun Online video showing Meghan appearing to take a dig at President Donald Trump ahead of the US election by saying: “We all know what’s at stake.”
She and Prince Harry are still known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, despite stepping down as senior members of the royal family this year.
But 55-year-old Good Morning Britain host Piers wrote: "Queen must strip the Sussexes of their titles.
"They can’t remain as royals & spout off about foreign elections in such a brazenly partisan way."
But Bette replied simply: "Oh, f**k off.
Piers decided the best reply was to taunt her with the advice, often quoted on Twitter: "#BeKind ?."
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