Piers Morgan's wife Celia urges fans to keep quiet as she loses wedding ring

Piers Morgan’s wife Celia Walden urged fans to keep quiet after she lost her wedding ring.

The former Good Morning Britain presenter and author tied the knot in a swanky ceremony in 2010, and recently celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary.

However, after uploading a snap on her Instagram page – showing the moment she chowed down on a hotdog – eagle-eyed followers noticed that her bling was missing from her ring finger.

When asked where her wedding ring was, the 45-year-old confessed: ‘I can’t actually find it. But don’t tell him. Good spot…’

While Piers also commented on the upload, he was more concerned about the size of his wife’s hotdog, penning a NSFW message about the size of her hot dog.

Sliding into the comments, he penned: ‘Why go for an XXL Pier Mr Sizzles when you’ve got an XXXL Piers Mr Sizzles at home??!’

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Yes, seriously.

As well as their milestone wedding anniversary, Piers recently celebrated his 56th birthday, surrounded by all of his loved ones.

The ITV star was thrilled to have his children by his side on his big day, as lockdown restrictions were eased.

He also got a cheeky gift from pal Amanda Holden to ring the big day in in style…

Writing in a recent Mail On Sunday diary, Piers discussed how he spent the day, explaining: ‘I’m 56 today, and due to Rule of Six being reintroduced, I was able to celebrate my second lockdown birthday with a lovely family barbecue in the garden, on the hottest March day since I was three, with all of my four children.’ 

‘It was a lot more fun than the very quiet affair last year at the height of the first coronavirus wave, not least because Amanda Holden sent me a Hugh Hefner smoking jacket and sailing cap with a bunny girl outfit for Celia.’

Good to know.

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