Piers Morgan has escaped to the country, leaving London behind him.
The TV star, 55, sent shockwaves through the showbiz circuit when he quit Good Morning Britain after refusing to apologise to Meghan Markle for saying he didn’t believe a word she said on Oprah.
Now Piers has fled the storm of headlines and travelled for some “chill” time to his sprawling home just outside Newick in East Sussex.
The idyllic country pile featured a pool and gorgeous surrounding natural landscape.
At his home, he enjoys time with his wife Celia Walden as well as their daughter and his three sons from his first marriage.
In his latest update, Piers captured the beauty of the landscape from his doorstep.
It showed the flourishing vegetation in his garden to the towering trees in the distance.
Alongside the post he tagged the location and he wrote: “Chill.”
Often Piers will share glimpses of his enviable country lifestyle with his followers on Instagram.
As lockdown has begun to finally ease, the TV presenter was delighted to be able to get his £125 hair cut at a designer salon in Kensington.
Piers has since left the bustling city scene for the quieter realm of Sussex.
The star has been at the centre of attention after he named Sarah Ferguson as one of the royals who reached out to support him amid the Meghan Markle row.
At the time, he said he wasn’t going to name drop the royals who had reached out to him.
Later, Piers unveiled Prince Andrew’s ex-wife Fergie was one of the royals who had supported him.
In his column for the Mail on Sunday, he wrote: “Not all Royal duchesses were as thrilled as Meghan ‘Pinocchio’ Markle to see me leave GMB.
“‘People have said how much they miss your morning joy and humour,’ texted Sarah, Duchess of York, ‘get back out there!'”
It comes after he made the revelation during his interview on US TV show Extra.
He told the show’s host Billy Bush: “I’ve had some messages communicated to me on behalf of several members of the royal family.
“I’m not going to go into who it was but [it was] gratitude that somebody was standing up.”
Prince Harry has flown into the UK this week ahead of his grandfather Philip’s funeral on Saturday.
Only 30 royal family members will be able to gather and mourn him at the funeral amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pregnant Meghan Markle was given a doctor’s note advising her not to fly so she has stayed at home with their son Archie, one, at their Los Angeles mansion.