PIERS Morgan scowled in a sunny selfie while rocking a daisy headband and telling his "haters" he was done.
The journalist, 55, held back a smile as he posed for the selfie which saw his head adorned with the delicate headband made of fresh flowers.
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Wearing sunglasses and a green shirt, Piers looked up at the camera with a strong message to his critics.
"To my haters: peace out. ✌️☀️ 💐," he captioned the pic.
His fans loved the cute photo and joked that he passed the time since dramatically quitting Good Morning Britain to work on making daisy chains.
"Love to think that you just sit crossed legged in the garden making daisy chains these days 😂" wrote one Instagram user.
Another added: "Looking beautiful piers 👍🏻"
And a third said: "Flower power, c’mon man!"
Piers new blissful approach to life comes after he hit out at CBS for refusing to support Sharon Osbourne, 68, after she defended him against co-star Sheryl Underwood's accusations that his loathing of Meghan Markle has been racially motivated.
The Sun revealed last week that Sharon has told CBS they'll have to pay her tens of millions if they want to force her to quit.
Sharon is also alleged to have made racial slurs about Asian-American co-host Julie Chen.
Sharon, wed to rocker Ozzy, 72, has denied all the claims but The Talk was put on hiatus by network CBS while they are investigated.
And Sharon has insisted she will not step down, telling pals she will only leave if she gets an eight-figure pay-off.
Piers dramatically quit his hosting duties on Good Morning Britain earlier this month as tensions boiled over in light of Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The host clashed with colleague Alex Beresford on GMB about his views, which lead to Piers storming off set live on national television.
Piers received over 41,000 Ofcom complaints in just one day after Monday's episode of Good Morning Britain, where he accused Meghan Markle of lying about her mental health struggle in her and Prince Harry's bombshell Oprah interview.
That evening, ITV confirmed in a statement that Piers would not be returning to Good Morning Britain – with his comments on Monday's show also receiving criticism from lead mental health charity Mind.
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