Piers Morgan has been spending his summer holiday in style in Beverly Hills and Antigua as he enjoys some time away from Good Morning Britain.
The controversial presenter spent some time in the States at the end of last month before jetting off to Caribbean island Antigua earlier this month.
The star, 52, has been soaking up the sun and spending some quality time with his three sons – Spencer, 24, Stanley, 20, and Albert, 16.
In the first of many snaps Piers enjoyed an evening with his boys enjoying food and drinks.
He captioned the shot: “Lads on tour… and Biggie. #antigua #notorious.”
And fans can’t get over how handsome his boys are!
One said: “Gorgeous looking boys and you’re not too bad I suppose!”
“Handsome chaps,” another said.
Another added: “The handsome Morgan boys!”
In another photo shared by Piers, his sons relaxed on a beach.
The trio showed off their toned bods as they walked across the sand.
The former BGT judge wrote: “Ocean’s Three.”
The star continued to upload envy inducing snaps with one showing him taking a dip in the sea while another showed the incredible view from their private villa.
Piers has been enjoying some time away before returning to our screens in September.
Piers and co-star Susanna Reid finished up their final stint before the summer break at the end of July.
And the show’s been taken over by a range of guest presenters.
First up was This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes, which proved a favourite with viewers.
For the past three weeks Jeremy Kyle has be fronting the early morning show with Kate Garraway but loyal viewers haven’t warmed to him and begged for Piers to come back.
Many branded the star too “loud and annoying” for 6am.
Speaking about his stint on the early morning show Jeremy, 52, said: “I’m really looking forward to being back on GMB this August to wake the nation up over the summer holidays.
“Now all I need to do is find my alarm clock!”
Richard Madeley, 61, hosted the show for the first time Thursday and viewers LOVED him.
The show’s viewers have praised Richard’s “relaxed” approach as he stepped into the studio as guest host.
The presenter, best-known as one half of TV duo Richard & Judy, with wife Judy Finnigan, seemed to love his new role.
Welcoming the change, one viewer commented on Twitter: “Best presenter by far-can’t you be permanent? Last time saw you was in a restaurant in St Paul, you look as relaxed on TV as you did then.”
Another wrote: “So lovely to have a much calmer voice this week instead of Jeremy Kyle constantly shouting your a joy!” while one added: “Nice to see you back maybe others can learn from your professional approach and stop shouting over guests and co presenters!”
Previously talking about the opportunitiy to take Piers’ spot Richard said: “I’ve known Piers for 30 years so sitting in for him on GMB is an excellent opportunity to gather some inside information on him which I will unhesitatingly use to wind him up afterwards.
“Seriously though, I’m looking forward to it immensely and after all those years on This Morning the early starts will seem like old times.”
But don’t worry the show will be back to its old ways soon as Piers will be making his comeback in September with Susanna.