Piers Morgan ‘can’t imagine Britain without the Queen’ amid health concerns

TalkTV journalist and broadcaster Piers Morgan has paid a touching tribute to Her Majesty the Queen after the news broke of her ill-health earlier today (September 8).

The former Good Morning Britain anchor has said that he "can't imagine Britain" without Her Majesty in a sweet message, which comes after it was revealed that the Queen is receiving medical supervision as her family flock to her.

Piers has also changed his profile picture to a throwback snap of himself with the Queen – where the duo look much younger.

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Taking to Twitter Piers penned a touching note which read: "I can’t even imagine Britain without this Queen. Very unsettling day."

Fans and followers of the broadcaster were quick to comment on his message, with many agreeing with his words.

"True of the entire Commonwealth I'm sure Piers, as I sit here in Canada with tears leaking," penned one.

Another then added: "Whether you’re a royalist or not, she is someone’s mum, granny and great grandmother. She is the heart of a family who’s coming towards the end of her life and this is sad news."

While a third went on to say: "She's the only constant most of us have known in our lives, I don't want to think about her not being there."

Piers' tweet and the subsequent outpouring of emotion came soon after the news broke that the Queen was under medical supervision after her health had deteriorated.

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A Royal spokesman said: "Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen's doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision.

"The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral."

Her Majesty’s four children have all travelled to Balmoral, with the Duke of Cambridge flying to Aberdeenshire as well as his brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.

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