Piers Morgan 'ends feud' with 'halo boy' Dan Walker as they play golf – and says they're plotting new BBC breakfast show

TV frenemies Piers Morgan and Dan Walker have bumped into each other – on the golf course.

The screen rivals came face-to-face and club-to-club while enjoying a spot of calming golf.

The 56-year-old posted the picture of the pair on social media and joked: "Planning our new show… ‘Good Morning BBC Breakfast Britain’ #DreamTeam #Wentworth."

While Dan told his followers: "Can’t believe it… turn up at Wentworth and guess who is in the group in front???? Yep…"

He jokingly replied back to the former Good Morning Britain host about presenting the BBC show together: "If you pass your medical it could happen."

The unlikely duo smiled for the picture together as Piers gave the thumbs up and Dan took the selfie. He later revealed he was watching Piers from the sidelines as he "delivered the goods".

Twitter users commented in their droves: "Battle of the Breakfast shows. Whoever wins the round of golf should have to present the rivals show for one day… game on boys."

Another added: "Awww I love your little bromance! You love each other really. Enjoy your day fellas. Let us know who has the better round!"

A third mocked: "Is that a team boding session before he joins BBC Breakfast?"

Currently off screen after quitting Good Morning Britain – and with Louise Minchin’s shoes needing to be filled on the rival breakfast show – he took his chance to mock Dan.

Piers trolled Dan earlier in the week and told him to 'stop blubbing' after co-host Louise left the BBC breakfast show after 20 years.

Morgan later teased that he would only join BBC Breakfast if he was paid a lot of money and Dan Walker made his tea.

Discussing the prospect, he replied to a tweet, which read: “Could @piersmorgan be among those to replace Louise Minchin on BBC Breakfast?”

He wrote: “Definitely, if the BBC doesn’t mind smashing its pay structure & @mrdanwalker is ordered to make my tea.”

Earlier this year Dan mocked Piers for storming off Good Morning Britain and quitting the show in March.

But he later reached out to his enemy and said he’s a "decent man underneath the froth".

Speaking to The Times, Dan said: "Piers and I have had a friendly rivalry, but it has been good for BBC Breakfast and GMB.

"He likes to throw a few insults around, but underneath all the froth I think there is a decent bloke fighting to get out."

"They are very different programmes and I’ve always said GMB do a good job."

The pair, who insist they have a good relationship in person, regularly trade off on social media, with Piers usually calling out Dan for being "too soft" in his interviews with politicians.

Piers has warned his critics that his loss of employment status was just a "temporary hibernation".

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