Loose Women star Denise Welch breaks silence on spat with Piers Morgan 'I’ve ...

DENISE WELCH - who is a panellist on Loose Women - has broken her silence on her public argument with Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan over the coronavirus pandemic, as the presenter admitted she's "had enough".

PUBLISHED: 12:49, Thu, Oct 8, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:49, Thu, Oct 8, 2020

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Denise Welch, 62, has spoken out about her spat with Piers Morgan, 55, after he branded her a “COVID-denier”. The Loose Women presenter and the Good Morning Britain host argued over Twitter after the former spoke about coronavirus “scaremongering” and how it impacts mental health on This Morning.


However, Denise has now insisted she’s “had enough” of her online debate with Piers.

She admitted: “I’ve just backed off now. I’ve had enough of it. 

“I’ve said my piece and I tried to do what I could for the mental health of the people that follow me. 

“Now I’m just keeping my head down and looking after myself and my family.”

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Denise WelchDenise Welch breaks silence on spat with Piers Morgan (Image: ITV•WENN)

Denise WelchDenise Welch was branded a 'COVID-denier' by Piers Morgan (Image: GETTY)

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The television personality went on to address her decision to quit Twitter following the situation.

Denise explained to OK! Magazine when quizzed on why she stepped away from the social media platform: “For personal reasons and I’m not commenting on the state of the nation any more. 

“I did what I could to allay the fearmongering.”(sic)

Denise wrote when informing her 487,000 followers about her departure last month: “Guys I’ve decided to take a break from here. 


Piers MorganPiers Morgan and Denise Welch argued on Twitter (Image: GETTY)

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