Piers Morgan's wife Celia Walden has shared a sweet snap cuddling up with her husband following his tough month which saw him leave Good Morning Britain.
Celia, who is also a journalist and author, took to her Instagram account to share the snap with her 37,000 followers.
In the picture, the blonde bombshell can be laying on the green grass as the sun glared down on her and Piers – who was there in pillow form.
The comical snap showed her kissing the side of the cushion as she wrapped her other hand around it in a loving fashion.
Wearing a white t-shirt and a pair of sunglasses, Celia kept it casual as she kicked back in her garden.
The cushion of Piers' face showed him smiling while flashing his teeth and looking a little orange.
Taking to the caption, Celia wrote: "Nice little spot of sunbathing with my favourite pillow."
The post gained hundreds of likes and comments.
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One wrote: "Brilliant, our loss is your gain, he will be missed in the mornings, not the same without him. Hope he can give us tips after reading mrs hunch."
A second commented: "Apply the cream. He's burning."
"I miss your husband monday to wednesday celia," gushed another.
"Love it everyone should have one," said one followed by the laughing emoji.
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It comes after Piers said in his latest column for the Daily Mail that he has "lost his job" after giving his "opinion" on Meghan Markle.
ITV confirmed Piers would not return to GMB on March 9, announcing Piers had "decided now is the time to leave Good Morning Britain".
It has caused quite the debate. His supporters have argued he has been an advocate of free speech, with Piers now claiming his own right to free speech has been taken away from him.
Piers also slammed people who targeted his friend Sharon Osbourne after she stood up for him on her Twitter.
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He wrote: "Sharon Osbourne was entitled to defend me without being deemed a racist.
"Just as I was entitled not to believe Meghan Markle without being deemed a racist.
"The fact we've both lost our jobs is not just an appalling attack on free speech, but it's also a terrible indictment of woke cancel culture b*****t and the stinking hypocrisy that lies at the heart of it."
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