Piers Morgan’s house branded ‘messy’ by trolls as he relaxes with daughter Elise

Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan came up against horrid trolls who branded him "messy" after they'd caught a glimpse from inside his home on Instagram.

The 55-year-old, innocently shared a snap of himself and daughter Elise, enjoying their Saturday night in front of the telly but some fans couldn't seem to get passed the contents of his front room.

Taking to social media to showcase his eight-year-old daughter getting stuck in while enjoying the Arsenal game, Piers was beaming with pride and couldn't wait to upload the adorable image.

Elise, who Piers shares with his wife Celia Walden, 44, is clearly a huge football fan as she sported the iconic Gooner's top, with her favourite players name, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, written across the back of her shirt.

Piers who is also an avid Arsenal fan, wanted to share his daughters early pundit skills after she had commented on the first half of the match, adding her own insightful feedback.

He captioned: "Elise not happy with that first half performance. Wants @aubameyang97 to get more of the ball."

Despite the image clearly being about football, with the match showing in the background and his daughter standing close to the TV, fans were horrified at the "mess" shown in Piers' front room.

His wooden coffee table was brimming with goods, including; three stacked copies of his new book Wake Up, Arséne Wenger's autobiography, a number of newspapers, two half empty bottles of water and some loose cabled.

It wasn't just the coffee table that seemed to captivate eagle-eyed spectators.

Others found discomfort with the exposed wires that were on display surrounding the flat screen television that came into prime focus.

One fan penned: "Those cables like that give me the fear. Let’s get them sorted Piers please."

Another was eager to agree, adding: "Your TV/AV management is appalling!"

A third also not keen on his organisation, wrote: "Jaysis Piers, the wires from your television are giving me anxiety."

An unimpressed follower, commented: "Messy house."

While a fifth person quipped: "Why have you got three copies of your own book?"

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