Piers Morgan shared a fun snap while getting a socially-distanced haircut in London on Wednesday.
The Good Morning Britain presenter, 55, jetted back to the UK early to avoid the mandatory two-week quarantine that was introduced for those returning from France, and took to Instagram to post a picture of his grooming routine.
In the snap, Piers donned a blue face mask amid the Covid-19 crisis while two hairdressers stood behind him with face coverings and visors on.
Back to it! Piers Morgan shared a fun snap while getting a socially-distanced haircut in London on Wednesday
Adding a fun caption, the TV star penned: ‘Scissors. Razor. Scalpel.’ followed by a knife and embarrassed emoji.
This is Piers second haircut since lockdown restrictions were eased and he posted pictures of himself at a London hair salon in July.
The star has been making the most of his return to London and also shared a snap of himself in the pub on Monday having his first ‘pint in five months’.
It comes after Piers’ wife Celia revealed that they were burgled by thieves who invaded their bedroom while they stayed at their luxurious French villa.
Second haircut! This is the GMB star’s second haircut since lockdown restrictions were eased and he posted pictures of himself at a London hair salon in July
Just in time! Piers, 55, jetted back to the UK early to avoid the mandatory two-week quarantine for those returning from France and enjoyed his first ‘pint in five months’ on Monday
The broadcaster returned from the UK last week to avoid having to quarantine for 14 days before he could return to work on GMB in September.
On Monday, Piers’ wife Celia hit out at the ‘depraved and despicable’ culprits who targeted their holiday home in Côte d’Azur on Thursday.
She said the burglars managed to get within inches of her and Piers as they slept, taking a handbag from beside her bed which they raided for cash.
The thieves also took handfuls of jewellery from a box which they dumped in the living room, fleeing as they heard the couple’s 6am alarm sounding.
Shocked: It comes after Piers’ wife Celia revealed that they were burgled by thieves who invaded their bedroom while they stayed at their luxurious French villa (pictured in February)
Celia said she snoozed the alarm until 6.15 am when she got up and discovered what had happened, missing the thieves by just 15 minutes.
‘Knowing how much worse things could have been had we woken to find intruders in our bedroom put things into perspective when it came to working out what had been taken,’ she wrote in the Daily Telegraph.
‘They’d stolen all the cash they could find, right down to the few pounds I hadn’t spent at Heathrow on the way out, but left the credit cards, along with my driver’s licence.
‘I felt a stomach-plummeting sense of violation at the actions of these depraved and despicable inhuman beings.’
Intrusion: Celia hit out at the ‘depraved and despicable’ culprits who targeted their holiday home (pictured) in Côte d’Azur on Thursday – the last day of the family’s holiday
It is thought the thieves used a drone to scope out the property before the raid, with police revealing to the couple that it is now a common tactic.
Celia said husband Piers, who she has been married to for ten years, had spotted one hovering over their garden a week earlier.
Police also revealed to the couple that thieves no longer target cards and technology – such as the couple’s laptops and phones – because they are too easy to trace.
Instead they target cash and jewellery, in the hopes of snatching high-end watches and diamonds.
Security: The journalist, who has been married to Piers, 55, for ten years, said she woke up to discover the room (pictured before the break in) was in complete disarray
Celia joked that the burglars would have left disappointed, after taking jewellery that had sentimental value to her – but little monetary value.
She said they got away with a ring that Piers gifted her on their fifth wedding anniversary, a vintage Pucci cuff she bought at an LA market, and some earrings she bought in Edgware Road with her first book advance.
Officers said that the summer season sees a sharp uptick in burglaries on the French Riviera as criminals target wealthy holiday makers.
Other celebrities who have been burgled previously in the area include Trinny Woodall, Patrick Viera and Richard Hammond.
Meanwhile, The Morgan family made a last-minute dash home from the villa in St Tropez to avoid the UK’s new quarantine rules.
Piers had been holidaying with wife Celia and children Spencer, 27, Stanley, 23, Albert, 19, and Elise, eight.
The Good Morning Britain presenter cut short his break to ensure he returned to the UK before the government implemented a new two-week quarantine rule.
He tweeted on Monday evening that he would be returning to Good Morning Britain on September 1.
Increase: Officers said that the summer season sees a sharp uptick in burglaries on the French Riviera as criminals target wealthy holiday makers (Piers pictured alongside sons Spencer and Stanley at the luxury villa)