Morgan had sparked yet another controversy earlier this week by ridiculing fathers who wear their babies in papooses.
Harry Hill struck a blow for progressive parents everywhere by hurling a cream pie into Piers Morgan’s face live on air, after the controversial presenter had mocked fathers who wear their babies in papooses earlier this week.
Wednesday morning’s edition of ‘Good Morning Britain’ (October 17th) had seen comedian Hill use the closing moments of his interview to put his shaving foam pie straight into Morgan’s face, after the presenter had earlier ridiculed men who carry their kids in slings.
In particular, he had made fun of James Bond actor Daniel Craig for doing so, after the actor was spotted walking his newborn child around in a papoose in New York, describing it as “emasculating”.
It's going to be an emotional few weeks.
This year marks the end of an era for 'EastEnders', as we see the leading matriarch Peggy Mitchell - played by Dame Barbara Windsor - make her final appearance following her re-diagnosis of cancer. Plus, Ross Kemp will bring her son Grant back after ten years for one final Mitchell reunion.
Ross Kemp is back again in Albert Square
Kemp appeared in almost a thousand episodes of the East London soup, playing Albert Square's hard-man Grant Mitchell alongside on-screen brother Steve McFadden as Phil Mitchell. He made a dramatic departure in 2006, while Peggy herself left the Square in 2010 and only made brief returns in the following years.
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Ross Kemp will not be returning to Eastenders as Grant Mitchell.
Ross Kemp, the British actor who rose to fame on Eastenders before going on to become a BAFTA award-winning investigative journalist, says he is not returning to the soap for its 30th anniversary episode. Kemp, 50, says he cannot join his on-screen mother Peggy (Barbara Windsor) because of prior filming commitments.
Ross Kemp is now a BAFTA winning journalist
"I can't join her [Windsor]. It's just about space in my diary," Kemp - who played hard-man Grant Mitchell - told the Gloucester Citizen.
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