Piers Morgan has revealed he's been hit by awful nightmares, opening up on Good Morning Britain about the scary dreams.
He was concerned that they may not be normal, but telly doctor Hilary Jones explained what was causing him – though it might not have put his mind at ease.
The 55-year-old asked his co-stars: "Is anyone here getting weird dreams? Any weird dreams last night?"
Susanna Reid, 49, joked: "Yes, you were in it and I woke up in a cold sweat."
Piers opened up about his dreams, saying: "It was a nightmare, it was, definitely. It was very weird. Now the dreams are getting odd."
He went on: "Always when I feel like I'm under pressure. One where I'm on a beach where there's a tidal wave and it gets bigger and bigger, and you run up the beach but you can't get away.
"And another one is my teeth are falling out."
Piers noted: "That's a more common one when you look these up, but it's really weird."
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He asked Dr Hilary if his dreams were normal, and while they seem to be, the cause could be something to worry about.
Dr Hilary explained: "It's basically anxiety-driven fear, subconsciously you're thinking something's chasing me, and it's due to stress and fear."
While Susanna may have been joking about her most recent dream, she's no stranger to crippling nightmares.
She previously revealed that during the first lockdown she would wake up "screaming and crying" after "really vivd, terrifying nightmares" – but wouldn't remember what they were about.
Susanna explained to Stella magazine that the nightmares became even worse after her co-star Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper seriously suffered after testing positive for the virus.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV
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