Gogglebox's Ellie Warner and Stephen Webb return to work as hairdressers open up and Piers Morgan gets £125 hair cut

GOGGLEBOX's Ellie Warner and Stephen Webb returned to work as hairdressers – as Piers Morgan forked out £125 on his hair cut.

The former Good Morning Britain star booked in for a trim at his local salon as lockdown restrictions were further eased today.

A well-groomed Piers tagged his hairdressers Cheryl and Rachel in a celebratory snap on Instagram as well as the upmarket salon in Kensington, which opened especially on Monday to serve its VIP clients.

The 56-year-old star captioned the photo: "God it’s good to be back under the knife… thanks @cherylmunozhair @hairbyracheldg 👍👏👏👏"

And Good Morning Britain's Richard Arnold commented beneath: "A fine weave 🤩"

Another fan scoffed: "Now get back on the Telly. Missed"

Elsewhere, Gogglebox's Ellie Warner and Stephen Webb returned to work in their regular jobs as hairdressers and rejoiced on their first day back in months.

TV favourite Ellie looked delighted to be back in action after almost four months away from her clients.

She posed for a cute selfie photo wearing a floral blouse and high waisted jeans, with her pink hair in loose curls.

She said: "Back to work ✂️🎨 good luck to all my fellow hairdressers and everyone who’s back at it today 🌈"

And Stephen posed in Sussex wearing full face protection, including a mask and a visor.

He clicked his fingers as the doors to his salon Lustig & Webb opened for customers.

He wrote: ""#workb***h #salon #backtowork #bringbackmygirls"

Hairdressers and barbers in England reopened today as part of the second stage of easing lockdown restrictions.

The reopening of businesses on this date was assessed against four tests to allow restrictions to ease and the prime minister announced last week that the new measures could take place from today.

As long as the data allows, the PM aims to review and relax more rules every five weeks giving a week's notice of the update.

Hairdressers and barbers were forced to shut during the first lockdown in March 2020 and were among the last to reopen in July 2020.

It is likely that not every station in the salon will be used, with hairdressers working at every other station to maintain a two-metre distance between them.

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