Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid has some strong words about co-host Piers Morgan.

Controversial Piers has become widely recognised for his views on Meghan Markle, being overweight, political correctness and veganism, among many others.

This means Susanna is often left to provide an opposing, balancing viewpoint amid his scathing tirades.

Laughing that he's able to get into a fight in an empty room, as he does so clashing with strangers on Twitter, she adds that they often bring their own disagreements to work with them.

Writing for The Daily Mail, calming presence Susanna says that their backstage verbal scraps often make it into the GMB line-up - and aren't just for show.

Susanna revealed she and Piers often fight backstage - and bring their scraps to work

Of her "TV husband", she writes: "We're one of those couples who fight, and it's not just for the cameras.

"We often have rows in the editorial meeting that we continue on air."

Susanna continues that, despite locking horns, their "dynamite dynamic" makes for great watching because she always gives the opposing viewpoint to what he's arguing.

Susanna said she has to provide an opposing viewpoint to Piers'
His rants have become legendary

She's stunned, however, that Piers hardly ever argues with actual wife Celia Walden.

"I spend all day shouting at people, so I get home and can't be bothered," Susanna reported him saying.

Piers' most recent crusade has arisen amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

His clash with Ms Whately flooded Ofcom with complaints
He clashed with Health Secretary Matt Hancock

His grillings of government ministers over the care home crisis, Dominic Cummings ' alleged breach of lockdown rules and the lack of Personal Protective equipment at the top of the agenda.

In fact, his interviews have been so brutal that Ofcom has been flooded with complaints, including accusations of "bullying" levelled against Piers.

"What's the matter with you?!" he fumed at Tory care minister Helen Whately as he alleged she was smiling during a debate on the care home crisis.

Ofcom received over 3000 complaints for that one segment , and a further 600 over his interview with Health Secretary Matt Hancock.

The regulator cleared Piers, saying his interviews have been "in the public interest."