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Piers Morgan sends fans wild with rare snap of handsome lookalike brother Rupert

Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan sent his followers into a frenzy as he shared a picture of his younger brother Rupert for a sweet birthday tribute.

Piers, 55, took to his Instagram account to wish his brother Rupert a happy a birthday, sharing a throwback snap of the pair together.

The snap, which was taken back in 2005, showed the brother posing in the crowd at The Oval with the pitch and crowd behind them, with Piers smiling at the camera.

Piers and Rupert would have been celebrating as England won The Ashes in the final match against Australia that year.

Rupert was seen placing his arm around his older brother, who was beaming at the camera, while holding a celebratory drink.

Piers captioned the snap: "Happy Birthday to my little bro @rpmorgan14, my partner-in-crime at many a sporting event.

"This was us at The Oval in '05 celebrating England winning the Ashes & enthralling the nation.

"Freddie Flintoff invited us to go drinking with the team at their hotel that night but I was committed to a book signing in Birmingham & felt compelled to honour it.

"So Rupert went instead and ended up on the lash with the whole team until 7am.

"Biggest regret of my life!"

Unsurprisingly, it didn't take long for Piers' fans to rush to the picture to swoon over Rupert's good looks.

One follower joked: "He's good looking, are you sure he is related to you?"

Another added: "Your brother's a bit of alright Piers. Happy birthday to him."

A third chipped in: "He's gorgeous."

Piers' snap comes as he and co-star Susanna Reid have taken a break from GMB for the October half-term holiday.

The presenter shared a snap of himself relaxing with his daughter Elise as they watched the Arsenal game together.

However, fans were left distracted from the sweet snap as they couldn't help noticing the messiness of the room, pointing out the tangled wires behind the TV and the items strewn around.

GMB continues tomorrow at 6am on ITV.

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