Piers Morgan surprised his Good Morning Britain co-star Susanna Reid and their guest Pamela Anderson when he made a revelation about his sex life live on air.
Former Baywatch icon Pamela, who was on the early morning programme to speak about her new book Lust For Love, said that she feels that “the sexual revolution just gave us a lot of really bad sex, don’t you think?”
Presenter Piers quipped back: “I’ve never had bad sex. I wouldn’t know.”
Pamela, laughing, replied: “You don’t need the book then, give it back.”
As the Canadian model and actress giggled along with Piers, his co-host Susanna – who had been stunned into silence for a few moments – said: “The things you never thought you’d hear on a network television programme at seven minutes past eight in the morning!”
Susanna added: “Thank goodness some viewers are watching on plus one.”
Pamela joked, to viewers, to “enjoy your Cheerios”.
Following an ad break, the discussion continued, with Pamela telling Piers: “You think you’ve had good sex, but you don’t know if something better is out there.”
Susanna said: “I feel a little bit like a third wheel.”
After the show went off-air, Piers took to Instagram to post a series of screengrabs from the programme, joking: “I think Susanna really enjoyed our sex chat with Pamela today.”
Piers returned to Good Morning Britain on Monday, after being absent from screens while he took his Easter holidays.
And Susanna had a treat for him!
She treated Piers to a belated birthday present of a nearly £30 bottle of red wine – wrapped in paper emblazoned with Morgan’s face.
Piers, whose 53rd birthday was at the end of March, revealed his birthday gift with a post on Instagram.
Alongside a photograph of the wine, wrapping paper and a card with his picture on it, he wrote: “A perfectly personalised belated birthday gift/card from @susannareid100. She knows the way to my heart.”
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The bottle of French wine, with a label on it saying it is a Chateau Siaurac 2009, Bordeaux, France, appears to cost £28.26 on a fine wine merchants website, Richard Granger.
The Highbury Vintners website also listed what appears to be the same bottle as costing £31.
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