Susanna Reid denies smashing Piers Morgan’s £150,000 Aston Martin in Good Morning Britain car park

Susanna Reid has denied smashing Piers Morgan's £150,000 Aston Martin after it was left damaged in the Good Morning Britain car park.

Piers, 55, immediately jumped to accuse Susanna of causing the damages as she parks close to his vehicle outside the studios of their breakfast show.

But 49 year old Susan has now hit back at the claims, stating that she prides herself on her driving skills.

Susanna said: "He claims it happened when it was outside our studio and, as I park my car close by, the finger of suspicion points heavily at me.

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"I plead not guilty, your honour. Although we have to do a tight three-point turn when leaving work, I pride myself on my driving skills.

"'I’m not intimidated by a tight spot of parallel parking, passed my driving test first time and was always the designated driver in my group of friends."

She continued to write in her Daily Mail column: "My bumpers are flawless, with no telltale scratches or remnants of embedded plastic.

"And I have the ultimate defence. I can't have gone near his pride and joy because, even when it comes to cars, I am religiously adhering to the two-metre social distancing rule."

Piers informed viewers of their ITV show that his car had been damaged on Wednesday when Dr Hilary Jones asked him on air: "Have you found the vandal that vandalised your rear light yet?"

The controversial presenter replied: "No. the rear light got smashed, and I have no idea how it happened other than I park my car next to somebody else's car here.

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"It's only one other person's car, and it didn't happen at home because I park it next to the pavement."

Susanna then glanced guiltily, adding: "I'm very good at three point turns, thank you very much indeed."

In better news for Piers, earlier this week he reunited with his son Spencer for the first time in three months as they enjoyed a socially distanced walk in the park together.

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On Wednesday, the pair enjoyed a stroll in the sunshine together from two metres apart, as Piers took to social media to share a photo of their reunion.

The host is seen giving a thumbs up with his son seen in the distance doing the same.

"Nice to see you again son, albeit from 2 metres. #3MonthReunion," Piers captioned the image, with several parents relating to the agony of not being able to see their children for months on end in the post's comments section.

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Piers Morgan 'looks like Trump' in make-up nightmare: 'I've over-tangerined'

Piers Morgan has had as much of an adjustment period as the rest of us during the coronavirus crisis – mainly trying to figure out how to do his own make-up for Good Morning Britain.

Unfortunately for him, while most of us grow out of our learning phase in the peace and quiet of our bedroom, his make-up education is being played out on TV.

Today he admitted he might have ‘out-tangerined himself’ after he slapped on foundation a bit too thick and didn’t blend it out, leaving him with a noticeable line around his next and a slightly darker complexion than usual.

Honestly, at this moment in time, it’s quite nice to have a giggle, and Piers even joined in on the joke by calling out the moment.

He said: ‘I don’t care. In the general scheme of things, I come in, I’m slapping this stuff on, I’ve no idea what I’m putting on or how to apply it. 

‘In the general scheme of what’s going on in the world right now, my blending issues with my make up are not that important people!’

Susanna couldn’t stop laughing though, and said: ‘You’re turning into your friend, President Trump.’

‘I’ve over-tangerined the tangerine dream,’ Piers clapped back. ‘I can only apologise for anyone who’s offended by my orange head.

‘Other people might quite like the orange look. It works for Trump.’


He was later compared to Ross from Friends after that awkward episode where he encountered a tanning salon.

‘I’m selfishly making sure that our make-up department, who are wonderful, are not put out of work because we all get too good at their jobs,’ Piers added.

‘As you can see by my poorly blended head, that is unlikely to happen. I’ve kept them in work, it’s a selfless act on my part.’

We’re with Susanna – we’re pretty sure their job is safe for the time being!

A for the effort though, we’ve all been there.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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