PIERS Morgan couldn’t stop grinning as his sons cheered him up with a barbecue feast after he ripped a tendon in his leg.
The Morgan family are enjoying a luxury holiday in Saint Tropez, and the nasty injury hasn’t ruined Piers’s mood.
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!”
While a fan commented: “U just love life, good to see👍.”
Another posted: “I’m not a fan of bbq but that looks delicious. Wishing you a speedy recovery.”
Piers has been indulging in food and drink since his arrival in the south of France.
Earlier this week he enjoyed a beautiful sunset dinner with all four of his children and wife Celia after a nasty accident left him on crutches.
Piers’s eldest, Spencer, 27, took to his Instagram Story to share a glimpse of their amazing feast.
The dad-of-four looked in high spirits despite being on crutches on just the second day of their six week holiday.
Piers previously shared a snap of him on crutches surrounded by his three sons, Spencer, Stanley and Bertie.
He told fans: “Peg-leg. (nothing like tearing a tendon on Day 2 of a 6-week holiday).”
Last week Piers enjoyed a boozy lunch with his sons and Hollywood legend Joan Collins during his luxury holiday.
Since jetting off to France, Piers has shared envy-inducing snaps with his followers.
In the first, the presenter tagged swanky restaurant Club 55, and sat with his arm around oldest son Spencer.
In turn, Spencer had his own arm around younger brother Stanley, 23, with all three men wearing sunglasses as they smile at the camera while holding a glass of wine.
They appeared to make the most of the food on offer, with toasted sandwiches also in view.
Piers had previously been vocal about lockdown regulations banning him from spending time with his older sons, with the star also dad to 19-year-old Bertie, and eight-year-old Elise who still lives with him.
He even joked that he’d hire them as his cleaners when government guidelines allowed house staff to return to work, but prevented families in separate households from meeting together.
Clearly enjoying the long-awaited reunion with his boys, Piers captioned the sweet snap: “First lunch with my sons (2/3 of them anyway) in 120 days – and can’t think of a better place to have it.”
Spencer shared the same photo to his own page, adding: “We’re back in the game.”
Despite not breaking any rules to travel abroad, and wearing a face mask on his short flight to France, Piers has been branded a “hypocrite” for taking the holiday by some critics.
The GMB presenter had been particularly vocal about the importance of being cautious during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and fans have claimed that he isn’t practicing what he preaches by going abroad.
Piers will be back on our screens alongside his co-host Susanna Reid in September, with the divisive star also announcing that he has a book coming out later this year.