PIERS Morgan has insisted “you’re never too old” as he enjoyed a ride on a tiny steam engine with wife Celia Walden.
Earlier this week, we revealed that the 56-year-old star was returning to The Sun and News Corp in a historic deal.
Piers and his wife Celia enjoyed a ride on a tiny steam engine[/caption]
It comes after we revealed that Piers is returning to The Sun[/caption]
And he appeared to be celebrating in unusual style this weekend, hopping on the miniature train for a quick ride.
Sharing a photo of himself and Celia sat behind the driver, the TV favourite looked almost comically big on the ride.
But Piers defended being in touch with his inner child in the post’s caption, writing: “Never too old, or too big, for a steam train. ”
Taking to his Story, he added a video from the ride as they went backwards, sharing: “Reverse mini steam engine-ing… Highly recommend.”
Celia also shared a video to her own social media page, with the steam engine slowing before coming to a stop as the driver re-fuelled.
She wrote: “The moment Piers brought a miniature steam train to a halt, then said: ‘I think it might need a bit more coal’. #Awkward.”
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Piers’ fans found the entire anecdote hilarious, with one commenting on his post: “Absolutely love this – it made me lol you two make me giggle”.
Another chuckled: “So childish Piers…..I love it ”
A third wrote: “The inner child is always there. ”
Piers’ return to Britain’s No1 newspaper — where he first found fame — will see him writing no-holds-barred columns for us as well as the New York Post.
He will also host a daily global TV show as part of a huge ground-breaking deal with The Sun’s parent company News Corporation.
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