Piers Morgan is known for his infamous rants on Good Morning Britain, his strong opinions on Twitter, and his fearless approach to interviewing guests. But behind his TV persona is a loving family man. Piers has been married to second wife Celia Walden since 2010, having started dating in 2006. The couple tend to keep their private life out of the spotlight, but Celia has made several appearances on GMB, even revealing that she's the one who wears the trousers in their marriage.
Who is Piers Morgan's wife, Celia Walden?
Celia Walden is a journalist, novelist and critic, who was born in Paris, but raised in London. The mother-of-one's dad is former Conservative MP George Walden. The 43-year-old went to Cambridge University, before finding work as a features writer. Celia was the last editor of The Daily Telegraph's Spy diary, and has written a novel called Harm's Way.
Piers Morgan and Celia Walden have been married since 2010
Celia Walden and Piers Morgan's child
Piers and Celia share one child together, five-year-old daughter Elise. Celia has previously opened up about how their daughter has her dad wrapped around her little finger. She told Lorraine Kelly during an appearance on Lorraine: "Elise definitely puts him in his place!" Celia is also a stepmother to Piers' three sons from his first marriage to Marion Shalloe – Spencer, 26, Stanley, 22, and Bertie, 18.
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The couple share a daughter together
Celia Walden and Piers Morgan's marriage
Celia and Piers started dating in 2006, before getting married in 2010 in Swinbrook, Oxfordshire. Celia previously opened up about her marriage while on Good Morning Britain in May 2018, revealing that she very much wears the trousers in their marriage. When asked if she does, she said: "Uhh yes, I think so! I think women are always quietly in charge, I just think it's best to let the men think that they are." Celia also gets on well with Piers' GMB co-host, Susanna Reid, and has shared a photo of the trio on social media in the past.
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