The Good Morning Britain hosting duo seemed to get so fed up as MPs Iain Duncan Smith and Peter Kyle bickered with each other during a Brexit debate on the ITV breakfast show.
As the two politicians on either side of the debate spoke at each other, Piers, 51, and Susanna, 46, were seen getting up to leave from their desks.
Neither of the two MPs could be heard as they debated without listening to the others’ point.
“You know what, we’re just going to get up…” Piers was heard telling his co-host as he jabbed a thumb towards the studio door.
Susanna Reid also got up jokingly before she sat back down, but Piers took things one step further and actually walked off and out of shot.
As Susanna continued to try to moderate the fierce discussion, Piers was seen making his way towards the exit before making a U-turn.
His walk out left them all in hysterics as Piers made his way back to the news desk, however it appeared that the MPs had been oblivious to his departure and return.
Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid walk off Good Morning Britan
Piers Morgan walks off Good Morning Britan
You know what, we’re just going to get up…
“We’re going to have to leave it there!” Susanna was heard shouting over the two men but they continued regardless.
She added in an exasperated tone: “They’re going to carry this on in the House of Commons today. It’s great to hear that.”
Then turning to Piers, she quipped: “I’ve never heard you be so quiet!”
Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan make to walk off on Good Morning Britain
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Piers Morgan eventually returned to Good Morning Britain
But on and on the politicians went as Piers and Susanna looked at the camera and tried not to laugh.
At one point, Piers tried unsuccessfully to chip in: “Can I just say…” before stopping and trying again: “Gentlemen, one thing is crystal clear, there’s calming enmity amongst our parliamentarians. I think today is going to go swimmingly well!”
The incident between the two guests comes just a day after Piers and journalist Owen Jones disagreed over US President Donald Trump’s immigration ban.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.