Piers Morgan says 'that's what a real mum looks like' as Katy Perry shows off body in nursing bra

PIERS Morgan is a big fan of Katy Perry's nursing bra selfie, telling GMB viewers "that's what a real mum looks like".

The Roar singer, 35, took the candid mirror shot as she poked fun at her reality as other celebs got ready for the VMAs on Sunday night.

The shot came just five days after Katy gave birth to her daughter, Daisy Dove.

"Shout out to Katy Perry," said Piers. "Most celebrities, when they have a baby they lie and cheat about when they had the baby and they suddenly appear a week later looking absolutely body perfect.

"They play a game where they pretend they're pregnant before they are and the whole thing's a total scam.

"Katy Perry has come out having just given birth and she's got her breast pump bra, her big maternity pants – Garraway style – she looks fantastic, and that's what a real mum looks like."

For the first time ever, the annual awards ceremony took place virtually and although celebrities couldn't attend the VMAs in person, it didn't stop them from hitting the green screen step-and-repeat in style.

In the down-to-earth snap, Katy wore a flesh-colored nursing bra used with a breast pump, and a pair of comfy-looking grey knickers, which were pulled halfway over her tummy.

She decided to pair the photo with her single 'Not The End Of The World' and added a camera gif too.

Katy stood in her bathroom, make-up free and looks rather sleepy – no doubt due to the sleepless nights from having a newborn baby.

The Part Of Me singer even tagged her hair and make-up as being done by @exhaustion.

She wore her blonde hair in a low, messy ponytail as she apparently prepared to pump to feed her little girl.

Katy and her fiancé Orlando Bloom welcomed their daughter, Daisy Dove, last week and announced the birth on social media with an adorable photo.

In the black and white snap, Katy and 43-year-old Orlando can be seen clutching their little girl's tiny hand just hours after welcoming her into the world.

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