Piers Morgan shares tragic news that family dog Kezzy has died aged 14
Piers Morgan announced on Tuesday the devastating news that his beloved dog, Kezzy had died aged 14.
The former Good Morning Britain host paid tribute to his family’s four-legged friend in a sweet Instagram post to his 1.8 million followers.
Piers captioned the adorable photo of Kezzy snuggled up on a comfy chair, gazing puppy-eyed at the camera: "RIP Kezzy, 14.
"My parents’ wonderfully good-natured, intuitive, loyal, empathetic and lovable dog. She will be greatly missed by all of us”
The controversial star received an outpour of support and compassion from fellow animal owners in the UK all relating to how tough the loss of a pet and companion can be.
One comment read: "So hard when we lose a fur baby, they leave a huge hole when they go” as another added: “So hard, love to all.”
A fellow animal lover commented: "So hard to lose a beloved member of the family" along with hundreds of crying and prayer hands emojis.
The presenter famously quit Good Morning Britain in March after a dramatic final day that saw him storm off set half way through a live argument about Meghan Markle.
After months away from the small screen, Piers will return to our TV on News UK’s new channel, TalkTV.
The presenter has called for creatives such as producers, writers and editors to join the show’s brand new team, but he has specifically said he won’t work with “annoying woke snowflakes.”
The 56 year old previously stated on Good Morning Britain that “woke imbeciles” were destroying the world when it was announced that Mr Potato Head would become gender neutral and lose his title as ‘Mr’.
Earlier in October, Piers weighed in on his thoughts on who should replace James Bond to say if 007 becomes a woman, the next Wonder Woman should be a man.
Piers caught Covid earlier this year and has been suffering with long Covid symptoms for months.
He shares snaps from his daily walks as he builds back up his physical fitness, he captioned one of these outings: "The Physical Energy statue in Kensington Gardens… where ironically, I walk to most days to try to re-establish my physical energy after 12 weeks of very dreary long covid."
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