BBC Breakfast’s Dan Walker says his frenemy Piers Morgan is a ‘respectable bloke’ following his shock departure from GMB over feedback he made about Meghan Markle.
The 44-year-old journalist has made no secret of his competitors with Piers, 55, previously, over viewing figures for his or her rival daytime reveals – which they often feud about on social media.
Regardless of this, Dan reached out to Piers when he heard the presenter stop the ITV present after he acquired backlash from viewers when he stated he ‘did not consider’ the Duchess of Sussex beforehand suffered from suicidal ideas.
On the time, Dan reached out to Piers on Twitter and provided him an opportunity to discuss his departure on the BBC Breakfast couch.
Now, he has spoke out about what Piers is admittedly like as an individual and the way he thinks there’s a good man buried beneath his fiery entrance.
He instructed The Occasions: “Piers and I’ve had a pleasant rivalry, however it has been good for BBC Breakfast and GMB.
“He likes to throw just a few insults round, however beneath all of the froth I believe there’s a respectable bloke preventing to get out.”
Dan added how his breakfast present is ‘very completely different’ to GMB, however he thinks they do a ‘good job’.
He added: “Our types are very completely different, however the concept you’ve got not achieved an excellent job except you demand resignations and rant on the interviewee is laughable.”
The TV star then added he has no drawback with being seen because the ‘extra measured presenter’.
Earlier this month, Dan tweeted Piers asking him to make an look on his daytime present to discuss his resolution to stop GMB, writing: “Sorry to listen to the information about your departure from GMB @piersmorgan. If you would like to come back on the UK’s #1 breakfast present to speak about it… we may make some area for you within the morning.”
For the primary time ever, Good Morning Britain managed to beat BBC Breakfast’s scores on the day of Piers’ closing showdown.
He stormed off air after having a conflict with Alex Beresford.
Talking about his victory in beating the BBC, he stated: “I had one purpose after I joined GMB – beat BBC Breakfast within the scores. On my final day, we did it. That was right down to the exhausting work and dedication of the entire staff.
“They do not all agree with me, some do not even like me, however we had been a staff… and we gained.”
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