PIERS Morgan was one of the many Brits joining in on Super Saturday as he headed for a meal with Kevin Pietersen.
The 55-year-old Good Morning Britain host made the most of new Government guidelines yesterday for a slap up meal with the cricket star.
The two joined Brits across the country heading out to bars and restaurant for the first time since March as they were pictured at Cambio de Tercio in Kensington.
Piers was joined by his wife Clelia Walden, while Kevin was also accompanied by his partner Jessica Taylor.
At one point, the two men posed within two metres of eachother as Piers jokingly pointed at his pal.
The TV star later documented the night on Instagram with a snap of himself and Kevin outside the fancy Spanish restaurant.
Alongside the snap, he wrote: “So nice to be back at London’s best restaurant Cambio de Tercio. Still fabulous food, delicious wine & exceptional service.
“Shame about Kevin but you can’t have everything in life. Thanks to Abel & the brilliant staff. Great to be back.”
Meanwhile Kevin made fun of Piers on his own profile, calling him an “embarrassment” as he was photographed during their outing.
The night out comes hours after Kevin’s Twitter was temporarily locked after he jokingly threatened to “slap” his pal.
The pair were involved in a social media spat as they discussed the reopening of pubs in England on Saturday morning.
Piers was astonished the Government decided to allow pubs to start serving again despite the threat of coronavirus remaining.
He was even more appalled by the fact that they could pull pints from 6am on a warm Saturday in July.
But former England cricket captain Kevin supported the move, citing a low death rate before labelling the presenter “fat boy”.
As things escalated, though, the South African-born batsman quipped he would take a swipe at the ITV host – but the apparent joke was not well received by the social media platform.
It’s certainly been a busy weekend for Piers, who started his super Saturday at Cafe Phillies London in Kensington.
He took to Instagram to snap a shot of him enjoying coffee with the morning papers.
In his caption, Piers, who was supporting the venue in the coronavirus pandemic, wrote: “Finally back in my second office!
“It’s been a long four months … never has a coffee tasted better.”
However, fans were quick to brand the host a “hypocrite” for doing so.