Love Island’s Lucie Donlan sends Piers Morgan cheeky message from her bed
Love Island babe Lucie Donlan sent Piers Morgan a rather flirty message as she enjoyed his new book on Wednesday morning.
Lucie, 22, took to Instagram to share a snap of herself tucking into Piers' latest release – which is entitled 'Wake Up: Why the world has gone nuts'.
Wearing a pair of silk pink pyjamas, Lucie clutches a mug emblazoned with the words ‘WAKE UP’ and also has some Marmite on toast with her very own personalised Piers jar of the food spread.
The blonde TV star captioned the snap: "Trying to regenerate my one Love Island brain cell and immerse myself in @piersmorgan’s straight talking new book "Wake Up" .
"Well known for saying it as it is and unafraid of the "woke generation" Piers is a true "marmite" character.
"Fortunately I love marmite! Thanks so much Piers for the book and goodies think I’m really going to enjoy reading this #gift," Lucie added.
Piers, 55, also shared the photo on his own Instagram profile and captioned it: "BREAKING: Brain-dead zombie Love Islanders finally Wake Up! (only kidding @lucierosedonlan – thanks for the post & enjoy the book)."
Proving it's purely banter between them, Lucie later commented on his post: "Hopefully it helps, I’m sure it will."
Lucie's boyfriend, Luke Mabbott, also commented and wrote: "Brains and the beauty."
The couple accidentally confirmed their romance in the summer after posting the same photos and videos on their Instagram Stories.
They have been gushing about one another on social media ever since and are currently living together in Cornwall.
Lucie and Luke, who are keen surfers, recently revealed that they saved a family with four young children from the "dangerous" River Gannel in Cornwall.
They ended up having to wade then swim into the waters with their surfboards so the family could get safely ashore by sitting upon them.
Lucie told followers – in a now deleted post – on Instagram: "Now the Lifeguards have gone please be careful out there on the beaches if you're not familiar with it please. Luke Mabbott and I had to help a family today from being cut off by the tide that had four young kids and one was only a few months old.
"The tide was rushing in and if we weren't there they would of been on big trouble. We had to wade/ swim across and get the kids on my surfboard then help the mother and her baby across safely.
"We were so glad everyone was safe but I worry of this happening to another family that are not sure about how dangerous the ocean can be," she added.
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