By Kaela • 05 November 2020 • 11:14
Piers Morgan has discussed his parents are getting better, slowly but surely after catching coronavirus and his stepfather finally has his taste back.
Covid struck parents of Piers Morgan recovering. The 55-year-old controversial TV presenter disclosed his relief and humour on Good Morning Britain by saying his stepdad could finally taste the salt in his food and his wine, of course. Piers Morgan’s parents are both in their late seventies and caught the virus from someone in their ‘support bubble’ no matter how careful they were as well.
The whole ordeal was extremely scary as they are older and still is as they are recovering, but slowly. Piers’ biological father died in a road accident, his name was Eamonn Vincent O’Meara and he devastatingly passed when Piers was 11 months old. When his mother and stepfather married, Piers took the surname of his step-father.
Along with Piers’ parents, Kate Garraway’s husband has been fighting the horrible virus since March. He has been in a coma for a long time; however, she recently told the viewers of Good Morning Britain that he has said his first word since waking from the coma. Her husband, Derek Draper was obviously in deep pain, but the word he muttered showed progress.
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