Pierce Morgan has finally managed to hug his close friend Kate Garaway after a dramatic exit from Good Morning Britain.
The former co-star reunited at The Sons Who Cares Awards and smiled as they posed for pictures together.
In search of the diaper, Pierce wore a sharp suit and tied it to our glittering event at Camden’s Round House, while Kate shone in a beautiful black dress.
Posting a photo of their reunion on Instagram, Pierce told his followers: “See you again! We saw each other for the first time since Igmb left #whocareswins.”
Fans reacted quickly to the sweet picture, with one saying: “If anyone deserves a hug, it’s Kate.”
Another said: “Ah I like it!” And a third said: “Such a good picture of you both.”
In March, Pierce dramatically stormed the set of Good Morning Britain when he was slated by co-star Alex Brifford for comments about Meghan Markle.
Pierce refused to apologize for his remarks and chose to leave the show instead.
Earlier this month, Off Com confirmed that Pierce was entitled to comment during the heated debate.
In a major victory for freedom of expression, the television watchdog said limiting Pierce’s strong views would be “an unnecessary and chilling restriction on freedom of expression.”
Pierce and Kate were in great company at the Carey Awards on Tuesday evening.
David Beckham hit Prime Minister Boris Johnson with his fist after rubbing his shoulder with Prince William before he arrived with his mother Sandra.
Big names took part in our star-studded celebration in honor of our NHS Heroes.
Sun’s own columnist Dr. Zoo Williams and Bowl Baby Deborah James also helped celebrate our amazing doctors, nurses, midwives, surgeons, volunteers, researchers and philanthropists at the event, hosted by Devina McCall.
Such incidents have only been made possible by the relentless NHS and its vaccine campaign, which has millions of jobs in the UK that protect them from severe Covid 19.
There were also two people who helped make it possible, Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Professor Andrew Pollard, who helped lead the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine.
After a year and a half of fighting the epidemic, it has never been more important to thank NHS workers and those who helped fight the epidemic.
This year we have worked with the National Lottery and NHS Charities.
Last year, Suraj’s generous readers raised more than 1 million m for charity to provide significant support to staff in times of need.
- The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards will air on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Who cares wins the award.
The Care Once Awards honors those who have helped take care of the nation.
Here are the categories:
- 999 heroes.
- The best charity.
- The best doctor.
- The best midwife.
- The best nurse.
- A cornerstone pioneer.
- Mental health hero.
- National Lottery Award.
- Ultimate Life Saver.
- Nameless hero.
- Young hero
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