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Piers Morgan reveals lavish breakfast in LA and steaming hot tub by his pool after Beverly Hills is hit with rain storms

Dec 30, 2021

PIERS Morgan and his family have shared some snaps from their Los Angeles holiday – as the US city is battered by record rainfall.

The 56-year-old owns an incredible £4.2m property in Beverly Hills and his son Spencer shared a glimpse at the back garden on Instagram.


Showing off the pool with a steaming hot tub, Spencer's video showed the rain is still falling in LA.

He jokingly captioned the clip: "Winter sun."

Piers also posted a clip of the weather, writing: "Another lovely day in paradise. What the **** is going on, LA?"

Despite the bad weather Piers and his family have been making the best of things, enjoying some very fancy meals out.

Spencer also posted a snap of their lavish breakfast at The Maybourne Beverly Hills.

Earlier on in the holiday the TV star and Spencer shared a series of snaps as they dined out at The Palm – a famous eatery known for it’s seafood and steak.

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Piers couldn’t resist posting a picture of his dinner, declaring: “No finer shellfish than crab, fact.”

Spencer tucked into a huge steak and fries, all washed down with some expensive plonk.

Piers is no doubt making the most of his break before heading back to the UK for an exciting year of work.

Earlier this year it was reveal he's joining The Sun and News Corp in a global deal that’s a 'bigger comeback than Cristiano Ronaldo'.

Britain's powerhouse journalist is returning to his roots, coming back to where he started his brilliant career, to present a new global TV show and be a columnist for The Sun.

He will bring his vast experience and bold opinions to The Sun to tackle the big issues in his new regular column for our website and newspaper.

And he will host a brand spanking new TV show to air weeknights in the UK, US and Australia.  He will also present a series of True Crime documentaries. 


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