ITV has finally decided on Piers Morgan’s replacement on Good Morning Britain.

Morgan, 56, quit the breakfast show in March 2021 after making dismissive comments during the show about Meghan Markle's claims to have had issues with her mental health.

In his final appearance on the ITV breakfast show, Mr Morgan walked off the Good Morning Britain set after facing criticism from colleague Alex Beresford for his comments regarding Meghan Markle.

Piers Morgan’s Good Morning Britain replacement

Now, ITV bosses have finally decided on a permanent replacement for the controversial TV host.

Richard Madeley, who has presented the show alongside Susanna Reid in recent months, has reportedly been offered the role on a full time basis in a deal worth £300,000.

The presenter is also rumoured to be taking part in this year’s instalment of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.

Madeley has impressed ITV bosses since taking over from Piers and will now be offered the role permanently, according to The Sun.

A source said: “Richard has always maintained he would never do GMB full-time, as he loves his life as it is.

“But as the weeks have gone by, and he’s proven a constant hit with viewers, he’s really got into his stride and has been enjoying it more and more."

The source added that ratings have steadily improved since Madeley has been presenting the show.