Piers Morgan slams David Beckham on Good Morning Britain for chewing gum during Royal Wedding as he brands Victoria a 'sourpuss'

The TV star, 53, also laid into his wife Victoria who he branded "sourpuss" for her lack of a smile on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day.

Discussing the celebrities in attendance at the service, Piers criticised the football star.

He said: "He goes into church and sits down next to Nicholas Soames.

"The pillar of the establishment. A man related to Winston Churchill and what does old Golden Balls do? He chews gum."

Along with Susanna Reid, he then pretended to chew in an attempt to do an impression of David at the wedding.

The host then makes an attempt at David's accent: "What time you ya startin' then luv?"

He added: "You don't chew gum in church. If there's something that will stop him getting a knighthood."

However, the famous father-of-four wasn't the only Beckham to be slammed by Piers.

The journalist also called his wife Victoria: "Sourpuss."

Piers said: "You're at the sunniest, happiest wedding in the world and you turn up looking like…"

Then as a clip of the Spice Girl arriving at the service was shown, he added: "Go on. Give us your most severe pout."

Victoria was later caught smiling as the vicar gave a 'saucy' speech during the ceremony.

It comes after the TV star claimed yesterday the ceremony “smacked of ruthless social climbing” and had been "hijacked" by Hollywood stars.

He said it looked like the American actress had snubbed her own family in favour of A-lister guests she hardly knows.

He asked: "How can you justify having none of your family at your own marriage when you're filling the church with famous people whom you've known for a fraction of the time?".

But despite that, he also admitted that "Their marriage ceremony was the most enjoyable and unpredictable Royal Wedding I’ve ever experienced."

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