Piers Morgan shares snap of his “hot” older brother and fans go WILD!

Its no secret, Piers Morgan likes to be centre of attention on Good Morning Britain when hes hosting the show alongside the beautiful Susanna Reid, but the journalist turned presenter, has another rival much closer to home – his “hot” older brother!

The 54-year-old shared a rare insight into his family life – celebrating his mothers 75th birthday alongside his nearest and dearest and he sent fans wild with a snap uploaded to social media of him with his OLDER brother Rupert.

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Piers cheekily captioned the snap, Me & my much older brother @rpmorgan2014. Poor guy, I got all the looks and fans didnt wait to flood his Instagram with comments on how “hot” his older brother was.

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Me & my much older brother @rpmorgan2014. Poor guy, I got all the looks.

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One fan wrote, Much older? Much better looking, another said, Your bro is hot Piers and a third quipped, Mate your paper round must have been intense! suggesting Piers looks the older one.

Meanwhile some fans spotted that his brother has a resemblance of Frank Skinner, while another couldnt wait to suggest, Mmmm if hes single introduce him to Suzanna [sic].

Susanna is reportedly single after splitting from Steve Parish – a relationship which Piers was instrumental in getting Susanna to speak about live on air.

Piers also showed his love for his sister Charlotte and father by uploading similar snaps from the celebration.

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My lovely sister. @charlotte___tomlinson

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Raising a toast, Piers and his sister pose up a storm. One fan commented, Oh how nice what lovely siblings you have Piers and obviously having your family around you makes you so happy and relaxed.

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