Piers Morgan jokes wife will be 'kept on her toes' after Vicky Pattison comment

Piers Morgan has joked that his wife Celia Walden will be ‘kept on her toes’ now Vicky Pattison has revealed her ‘obsession’ for him.

The Good Morning Britain presenter’s comments came after the former Geordie Shore star confessed her feelings for the journalist in a magazine interview, in which she admitted: ‘I’m obsessed with Piers Morgan.’

Taking to Twitter, Piers shared a picture of the story and responded: ‘This should keep Celia on her toes.’

In the interview, Vicky praised Piers for his handling of the coronavirus crisis and called for him to become the next Prime Minister.

She added: ‘He’s been the main champion for this from the get-go and I think he’s doing the most fantastic job of holding our politicians to account.

‘He’s not just hammering people for no reason, which is what he used to do,’ she said. ‘Now he’s got a real campaign and he’s like a dog with a bone, and I love it.’

Piers’s cheeky quip comes just hours after he admitted he has ‘probably’ taken his comments on Meghan Markle ‘too far’.

The no-nonsense host has made his feelings about the Duchess of Sussex more than clear in scathing rants on Good Morning Britain, just last month branding the Suits actress and Prince Harry ‘whiny little brats’ for their decision to adopt a ‘zero engagement’ policy with four UK newspaper groups.

However, it seems as though he’s had plenty of time for self-reflection during lockdown as he touched on his behaviour in a candid interview, explaining he might change how he discusses the Royal couple in the future.

When asked if he would have ‘dialed’ his criticisms against the 38-year-old ‘down’ in hindsight – after claiming she ghosted their former friendship – he replied: ‘Yeah, probably.

‘It’s probably not wise, if you’re a columnist, to make things too personal.

‘Have I taken things a bit too far? Probably,’ he added to the Sunday Times. ‘Do I think that will govern and temper how I talk about them going forward? Absolutely.’

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