PIERS Morgan's son Spencer has promised to buy his dad new trousers after he sported a pair of 'lockdown' joggers.
The 27-year-old took to social media to share a birthday tribute to the former Good Morning Britain star, calling him the "champ".
Piers, who turned 56 today, looked miles apart from his usual suited and booted appearance.
Spencer shared a pic of the pair casually strolling down the road together, with an unshaven Piers appearing exhausted.
The ex GMB host looked like he was embracing lockdown life, fashioning a pair of oversized grey joggers, a blue polo neck t-shirt and a pair of black and white Nike trainers.
Spencer wrote: "Happy birthday champ. Keep killing it. Some new trousers coming your way."
Piers' eldest son has been a vocal supporter of his dad’s decision to quit GMB amid backlash that met his remarks about Meghan Meghan.
Spencer has promised "the comeback will be greater than the setback" after the huge furore over his departure.
Sharing a photo of himself with his dad on Instagram, Spencer posted: "Team Piers. Always, forever."
He also took to Twitter to defend his dad as he wrote: "What you all actually mean is #bekind to people you like isn’t it. Fake a** dreamers. I see you."
He also tweeted: "Just a reminder that abusing one person in supposed defence of another person’s mental health is about as absurd as it gets."
Spencer also criticised people calling his dad "racist" after his comments about Meghan.
"This desperation to paint people as racist who clearly aren’t makes a mockery of the issue," he tweeted.
"These people thrive off racial division. They are a cancer on society."
Since leaving the ITV morning show, Piers have been enjoying his new found spare time helping around the house and soaking up the sunshine for a spot of sunbathing.
Piers dramatically quit his hosting duties on Good Morning Britain earlier this month as tensions boiled over in light of Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The host clashed with colleague Alex Beresford on GMB about his views, which lead to Piers storming off set live on national television.
Piers received over 41,000 Ofcom complaints in just one day after Monday's episode of Good Morning Britain, where he accused Meghan Markle of lying about her mental health struggle in her and Prince Harry's bombshell Oprah interview.
That evening, ITV confirmed in a statement that Piers would not be returning to Good Morning Britain – with his comments also receiving criticism from lead mental health charity Mind.
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