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Piers Morgan fans thought he was ‘much older’ as he celebrates his birthday in New York

Some of Piers Morgan’s followers were surprised to find out how old he is after he posted about early birthday parties he had at a restaurant in New York

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Piers Morgan surprised some of his followers on social media yesterday after revealing his age after celebrating his birthday by being ‘pampered royally’ at a restaurant.

For this reason, the journalist visited the Polo Bar in New York on Tuesday evening, where he reported on his experience on Instagram last night.

The post was uploaded on his birthday (March 30) and included a photo of the presenter holding a bowl of ice cream accompanied by a single candle.

He wrote alongside, “My 57th birthday celebrations got off to a flying start last night with dinner at New York’s premier restaurant [The Polo Bar] where I was royally spoiled.”







Piers Morgan recently celebrated his birthday at the Polo Bar in New York
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He teased that on his birthday he “gets better with age.”
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The former Good Morning Britain host said he was looked after by the country’s “most fabulous” Maître d’ – Nelly Moudime – at “such a great place” to eat.

Piers said his recent visit had an added bonus as the restaurant’s “legendary owner” – fashion designer Ralph Lauren, 82 – had been seated at a table nearby

And he closed the post by saying, “Ps my face got burned by the wind yesterday in the freezing cold of Manhattan if you’re wondering why my head looks like a giant tomato.”







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The social media post received more than 10,000 likes and attracted hundreds of comments, with many of his followers wishing him a happy birthday in response.

However, there were a number of people who were surprised to find out how old the journalist is – some suspected he was actually “much older”.

“You’re only 57?” wrote one follower in response to his post, while another said in the comments, “I honestly thought you were a lot older. Happy birthday anyway.”







However, some fans were surprised to discover his age
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Another said he looked “oddly 70”, with a fourth agreeing with the feeling that he looked “older” than his age. Another follower wrote: “Sorry to say you look 67.”

“You must be joking with Piers? I thought you were at least 60,” one person replied. Another didn’t reveal how old he thought he was: “57? Could have been sure you um… didn’t care.”






The post drew numerous comments

However, there were some followers who teased that he looked younger than his age, with one of them writing, “You don’t look a day over 40” alongside a winking emoji.

Another said he looked “really young” – in the range of 35 to 37 – and asked: “What’s your secret?” A third wrote in the comments: “Wow you’re 57? Thought much younger.”

Piers had actually shared a photo of himself and his wife Celia Walden, 46, to his Instagram Story on his birthday and teased that they both “get better with age”.

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