Piers Morgan cuddles Kate Garraway as they reunite for first time since his GMB exit at The Sun's Who Cares Wins

PIERS Morgan has finally been able to hug his close pal Kate Garraway following his dramatic exit from Good Morning Britain.

The former co-stars reunited at The Sun's Who Cares Wins Awards and they were all smiles as they posed for a photograph together.

Looking dapper, Piers wore a sharp suit and tie to our glitzy event at the Roundhouse in Camden, while Kate was radiant in a beautiful black dress.

Posting a picture of their reunion on Instagram, Piers told his followers: "Reunited! First time we've seen each other since I left @gmb #whocareswins."

Fans were quick to react to the sweet photo, with one saying: "If anyone deserves a hug, it's Kate."

Another said: "Ahhh I love this!" And a third chimed in: "Such a great pic of you both."


In March, Piers dramatically stormed off the set of Good Morning Britain after he was slated by co-star Alex Beresford for his comments towards Meghan Markle.

Piers refused to apologise for his remarks and instead chose to quit the show.

Earlier this month, Ofcom confirmed Piers was entitled to give his opinions during the heated debate.

In a huge win for freedom of speech, the television watchdog stated that restricting Piers' strong views would be an "unwarranted and chilling restriction on freedom of expression".

Piers and Kate were in great company at the Who Cares Wins awards on Tuesday evening.

David Beckham fist-bumped Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he arrived with his mum Sandra, before also rubbing shoulders with Prince William.

The huge names attended our star-studded bash to honour our NHS heroes.

The Sun's very own columnists Dr Zoe Williams and Bowel Babe Deborah James also helped celebrate our amazing doctors, nurses, midwives, surgeons, volunteers, researchers and charity workers at the ceremony, which was hosted by Davina McCall.

Events like this one have only been made possible by the tireless NHS and its vaccines campaign, which has seen millions of Brits have jabs that protect them against severe Covid-19.

Two people who helped make that possible were also in attendance, Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Prof Andrew Pollard who helped spearhead the Oxford/AstraZenca vaccine.

After a hard year and a half battling through the pandemic, it’s never been more important to show our thanks to NHS workers and those who helped in the fight against the pandemic.

This year we have teamed up with The National Lottery and NHS Charities Together.

Last year, generous Sun readers raised over £1million for the charity in order to get vital support to staff in their hour of need.

  • The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm.

Who Cares Wins awards

The Who Cares Wins awards honour those who have helped take care of the nation.

Here are the categories:

  • 999 Hero
  • Best Charity
  • Best Doctor
  • Best Midwife
  • Best Nurse
  • Groundbreaking Pioneer
  • Mental Health Hero
  • National Lottery Award
  • Ultimate lifesaver
  • Unsung Hero
  • Young Hero

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