Inside Piers Morgans living room at £4m London home as fans mock furniture

Piers Morgan has given a rare glimpse inside his living room at his £4million London townhouse but fans have questioned his furniture.

The 56 year old journalist and former Good Morning Britain presenter, who recently revealed that he is still battling coronavirus five months on and is on new medication, shared a peek inside his living room as he tuned into BBC One's The Andrew Marr Show on Sunday 19 December.

Piers sat with his Sunday newspaper, a plate of scrambled eggs and truffle, a chess board on the coffee table and his laptop open playing The Ashes.

Captioning the snap, he penned: "If Carlsberg did breakfast…. Scrambled eggs & truffle. Ashes. Final Andrew Marr show. Sunday papers."

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Piers, who lives at the gorgeous London home with his wife Celia Walden, 46, and 10 year old daughter Elise, has red Christmas stockings hanging from the mantlepiece embroidered with the names of 'Daddy' and 'Elise'.

We can also see a stack of Sunday newspapers on the coffee table along with a huge candle in the centre of the fireplace at the traditional home.

However, after posting the Sunday snap to his 1.8million Instagram fans, some followers could not help but comment on the black metal TV stand.

One penned: "No way do you have THAT telly stand, Piers. For shame."

Another added: "Perfect, although that TV stand is a shocker for that TV."

"I love the way you have the Argos tv stand we have all had at least once in our lives well done piers! Keeps it real," a third said.

It comes after Piers responded to a Twitter post by Sky News Technology Correspondent, Rowland Manthorpe, 39, who took to social media about his Covid battle.

Rowland wrote: “Don’t like putting personal things on Twitter, but I’ve just logged on after a while and found a load of DMs asking why I’ve disappeared, which is… a good question If you haven’t seen me recently it’s because I’ve got a nasty case of long Covid. Eight months and counting :(."

In response to this, Piers wrote: “DM me… I had same for 5 months but new meds seem to be cracking it.”

Piers shared a new Covid-19 symptom earlier this year that's cropped up as a result of how much he'd been coughing.

He caught the deadly bug while attending the Euro 2020 final match, where England lost during a penalty shoot out against Italy.

It was nearly a month since he started suffering from the symptoms, previously noting exhaustion, coughing, and headaches as prominent features of the virus.

"A new treat – aside from ongoing tedious fatigue & inability to taste wine, all the coughing’s caused a ‘posterior vitreous detachment’ in my left eye."

Explaining how it is presenting itself, he added: "I’m now seeing weird ghostly cobwebs swimming around. It really is the virus that keeps on giving."

Posterior vitreous detachment happens when the gel in your eye changes. It's usually harmless and causes people to see floaters and flashes.

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