Famous faces have shared heartfelt tributes to "hero" Captain Tom Moore following his passing.
The 'Good Morning Britain' presenter says she prefers to stay at home.
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Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid celebrated their five-year 'Good Morning Britain' anniversary on Monday as some famous faces congratulated them.
The presenter was upset over the story of a mother who able to see her autistic 26-year-old son.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host said he would receive the vaccine live on television if one is approved.
The ITV breakfast show was thrown into upheaval by the arrival of the tiny rodent, which Piers Morgan agreed should be named after Boris Johnson.
Susanna Reid has admitted anxiety caused by the coronavirus has made her have nightmares which see her 'wake up screaming'
The 'GMB' host has said she's sad to see her eldest go while reflecting on how the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the event.
Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid have defended Diversity star Ashley Banjo over the Black Lives Matter-inspired dance routine performed on Britain's Got Talent
Piers Morgan is on a new diet after celebrity pals such as Susanna Reid and Kevin Pieterson brand him 'seven chins', 'chubster' and 'fatso'
Morgan questioned why people would queue for hours to go to the Swedish furniture store, while Reid admitted she loved a day out at Ikea.
Former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull has revealed he is 'calm' about the prospect of death and knows it is 'waiting' for him