Piers Morgan mocks son Spencer’s hair as he celebrates his 27th birthday with throwback snaps

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PIERS Morgan couldn’t help but poke fun at his eldest son as he wished him a happy 27th birthday today.

The Good Morning Britain star, who is currently living the high life on holiday with his family in Saint Tropez, shared three throwback snaps with Spencer on Instagram.

In one, he puts an arm around his young son’s shoulders as they posed in front of a flashy orange Lamborghini.

In the second Spencer wore shades in between brothers Bertie and Stanley and remained stony faced.

While the most up to date one saw Spencer with much longer locks beside his famous dad.

Piers wrote: “Happy 27th Birthday @spencermorgan – it’s been an emotional journey for your shades & hair…. just a shame you forgot not to smile in the top pic. 😎 👌.”

And the TV star’s celeb pals were quick to send their well wishes with Lizzie Cundy commenting: “Happiest of birthdays to your boy !”

Footballer turned movie star Vinnie Jones wrote: “Happy birthday 🥳 Spencer !”

While former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen posted: “Family is everything! HBD.”

Piers’s sons rustled up a barbecue feast for him last week to cheer him up after he tore a tendon in his leg at the start of their summer break.

Sitting at the head of an outdoor table covered in a delicious spread, Piers, 55, smiled while clutching a glass of wine.

He wrote: “My sons thought I needed cheering up after my ankle injury (or rather, they wanted me to ‘stop sulking’) so they lit up the BBQ last night with this excellent result… 👌.”

His good friend Dame Joan Collins wrote underneath: “Get well soon so we can play!”

The star has been indulging in food and drink since his arrival in the south of France.

He recently enjoyed a beautiful sunset dinner with all four of his children and wife Celia after a nasty accident left him on crutches.

The dad-of-four looked in high spirits despite being on crutches on just the second day of their six-week holiday.

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