Piers Morgan boasts he’s drinking £1,300 bottle of wine made during first World World War on ‘London pandemic soiree’

PIERS Morgan has boasted about drinking a £1,300 bottle of wine as he enjoyed a night out in London.

The 56-year-old shared a snap of a bottle of 1916 Montrose, made during the First World War, as he relaxed during his "pandemic soiree".

Not having to get up in the early hours for Good Morning Britain has allowed the former TV host to enjoy an evening tipple.

Piers shared a snap of him at a London private members club as he drank the 104-year-old bottle of the French red wine.

The star spent his Wednesday evening smoking cigars while tucking into a bowl of salted nuts at the celebrity hot spot, Mark's Club.

"Not sure early evening London pandemic soirees get much more refined than this," he wrote in the caption.

It comes days after Piers and his wife Celia Waldren were pictured leaving posh London restaurant The River Café.

The broadcaster sported a black face mask as he made his way to his waiting taxi after a swanky date night out at the Michelin starred eatery.

Piers' date night comes hours after he admitted he still watches Good Morning Britain after dramatically quitting the show as he praised his ex co-star Hilary Jones.

Doctor Hilary was involved in a fiery exchange with landlord Rod Humphris, who threw Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer out of his pub.

Since his dramatic departure from Good Morning Britain last month, speculation has been rife as to where he will end up next.

Many believe it will be forthcoming telly channel GB News, which has hired numerous well-known media players ahead of its launch, but whoever wants him is going to have to break the bank to do it.

Journalist Alex Webb wrote on Twitter today: "Maybe @piersmorgan would help GB News reach a massive audience, but his £2 million paycheque would take a huge chunk out of the station's tightly managed budget."

It prompted Piers to reply: "It would take a much bigger chunk than that…. (said ‘sources close to Morgan’)."

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