Good Morning Britain
Even Piers Morgan didn’t see that one coming.
"I don’t think 130,000 deaths shows that you handled it well.”
"That's not freedom of speech. It's a criminal threat to kill," the Good Morning Britain presenter insisted.
The Good Morning Britain presenter has revealed that similar threats have also been made towards his son, Spencer.
Things got off to a rocky start when the foreign secretary accused Kate of having a "cynical" approach.
“Even I didn’t see that one coming!”
It was the Good Morning Britain presenter's first interview with the health secretary since her husband was hospitalised with Covid-19.
The Handforth Parish Council clerk had Piers and Susanna Reid howling after being grilled about her personal life.
“It just added a little bit more despair, misery and hurt onto what they were suffering as a family,” the Good Morning Britain host said.