Piers Morgan is heartbroken after sharing a family tragedy. ‘She will be sorely missed by all of us.’


PIERS MORGAN has taken to Instagram to share his heartbreak following the sad news that his family dog has died at the age of 14.

Former Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, 56, has paid tribute to his parents’ beloved dog Kezzy today. The journalist took to Instagram to share the sad news of his family pet’s death, at the age of 14, with his 1.8 million followers.

Sharing a photo of Kezzy, Piers admitted “she will be missed by all of us”.

In the adorable picture, Kezzy could be seen sitting on a comfortable chair in the kitchen, while gazing up at the camera.

The star penned: “RIP Kezzy, 14. My parents’ wonderfully good-natured, intuitive, loyal, empathetic and lovable dog.

“She will be greatly missed by all of us.”

Piers was inundated with comments from his followers, who sent him and his family their condolences following the tragic announcement.

GB News presenter Kirsty Gallacher replied with a crying face emoji.

Fan janimalmad added: “So hard to lose a beloved member of the family.”

jayne.gregory.505 commented: “Poor baby, so sad, what a beautiful dog.”

samanthadraycott wrote: “Ah I’m so sorry to hear your news. RIP beautiful girl x.”

deborah.hales penned: “Oh so so sorry to see this post – what a lovely sweet face – huge hugs to all of you – xx.”

falcondasilva replied: “My condolences to you all.”

sam_lev006 responded: “Sorry for your loss, they really are part of the family.”

Piers also bid an emotional farewell to his ITV colleague Fred Dinenage, who recently announced his departure from ITV Meridian.


Taking to Twitter, the former GMB host took the opportunity to offer his well wishes to Fred.

The journalist penned: “A true TV news legend. Congrats on a brilliant career @FDinenage.”

In a statement to ITV News, Fred admitted it was a “tough decision” to step down from ITV Meridian.

He said: “After almost 38 years co-presenting the ITV six o’clock show in the south and south east I’ve finally decided to hang up my microphone.

“It’s been a really tough decision but I now want to spend a few years with my wife, Beverley, and our three dogs ‘smelling the roses’ in my garden and spending time in the mountains of Austria.”

“I will be continuing with my crime programmes and ITV’s ‘How?’ and writing books, including one recently commissioned. But now I feel it. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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