Piers Morgan admitted he had reached his “apocalypse” when he was forced to let his wife cut his hair.
Morgan, 55, said on the ITV breakfast show: “I genuinely reached the apocalypse last night when I had to ask my wife to cut my hair.
“She kept saying ‘Oops’ and ‘Oh dear’. But the worst moment was when she said, ‘Don’t worry, I’ve watched a YouTube video.’
“It was disconcerting, but we just have to muddle on through.”
The TV presenter married his second wife, journalist Celia Walden, 44, in 2010. They have an eight-year-old daughter Elise.
Walden joked on social media, “I don’t know what’s funnier: that he believed me when I said I could cut hair - or that I just shaved my initials into the back of his head.”
But Morgan insisted on GMB that she was only joking.
His co-host Susanna Reid suggested he just shave all his hair off, to which he retorted she should do the same.
Morgan told Reid, 49: “I think you’d look hot with no hair.”
Last month Morgan celebrated his 55th birthday in lockdown.
He shared a picture of himself at home with a birthday cake and bottle of red wine on Monday night.
Morgan said: “My wife and daughter made me that cake.”
All kicking off at my socially-distanced birthday party! pic.twitter.com/AEdpQDXoDN— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 30, 2020
The former tabloid editor has three sons from a previous marriage.
His youngest son Albert, 19, has showed symptoms of COVID-19.
Morgan revealed on the ITV show: “One of my sons had it. He lost his taste and smell and still hasn't got it back... That taste and smell thing that I think now most people are associating with the virus. It’s a very unnerving thing to get.”